Music festivals are a fantastic occasion to get together with your friends and move to your favorite musicians and bands. Live music thrives at these festivals which attract large multinational crowds. If you have ever been part of a music festival, then you know that the atmosphere can be electric. Poland provides a treat to all music lovers who love to experiment by hosting a variety of festivals each year. You will love attending them whether you are someone who just enjoys the festive ambiance or someone who loves music.
Top Polish Musical Festivals
Jazz on the Odra
Featuring some of the best local and international jazz musicians on the playlist, this festival is an absolute classic that has persisted through the ages.
Orange Warsaw Festival
The Orange Warsaw Festival is held annually in Poland since its inception back in 2008. 2018 had some big names like Florence + The Machine, LCD Soundsystem and Sam Smith who delivered power-packed performances.
Tauron New Music Festival
If you want to be a part of this festival, then visit Katowice which is commonly referred to as the UNESCO Capital of Music. Last year saw popular names like Mura Masa and Nightmares on Wax.
Hosted in the city of Gdynia, 2018 hosted a stellar line up including Bruno Mars, Massive Attack, Fleet Foxesa and David Byrne at the Gdynia-Kosakowo Airfield.
Regarded as one of the most important world music events, this gem of a festival is held in Poznań, Poland every year. Held at the ZAMEK Cultural Centre. You will be treated to a music genre that combines a diverse range of styles with some ethnic components.
If you are into rock, music, then you cannot afford to miss this one for the world. Considered to be one of the best rock festivals in Poland, its previous editions have featured artists like Linkin Park, Aerosmith, Black Sabbath and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Last year the festival was held in Kraków and the line-up included big names like Ozzy Osbourne, Galactic Empire and Bullet for My Valentine.
If you have a taste for alternative music and the electronic style in particular, then this is the festival you need to attend. Held in Płock in central Poland, last year included Bonobo, Macbeat and Honey Dijon live on stage.
Thinking what to do after you have returned from one of these festivals? If you are in Poland, and want to get more fun out of it all, don’t worry. You don’t even need to go out of your home for that. Just log on to Sterlingslots.co.uk and relax. There is plenty of stuff to do here on the site! So, which festival are you planning to attend?