Packing can be a daunting task, especially when you are planning to camp out for a fun-filled weekend. When deciding what to pack for the festival, you should make sure to plan for different weather conditions and consider the fact that you will be camping outdoors for a couple of days. Think carefully about what you are planning to take with you, but don't overpack. Double-check the weather, but don't rely on weather forecast entirely, because it can turn quite quickly. Plan ahead, and remember to take all necessary camping equipment, non-perishable food, medicine, and cosmetic products with you. As important as what you take to the festival is what you leave behind - we do not allow festival-goers to bring dangerous objects, glass containers, flammable materials and pieces of furniture to the festival grounds.
This year we are putting special emphasis on the environmental matters and we want to seriously cut the amount of waste the festival-goers leave in Kostrzyn nad Odrą this summer. Therefore, we ask you to bring bin liners and keep your campsite tidy and bring your rubbish to designated recycling points, located across the festival grounds. We also ask you not to bring any furniture to the festival, as removing it from the grounds puts on additional costs on to the festival budget.
The competition allows you - the audience - to shape the line-up of this year's Woodstock Festival Poland. Let's see who is on their way to the top and who clearly will not make the cut... Is your favourite safe?
The band has played at the festival when it was still held in Żary and their first performance took place in 2003. They are making their return to the Second Stage of the festival this year!
Woodstock Festival Poland promotes emerging artists and gives them their big break by inviting young bands to perform at one of the stages at the massive music festival. We can now reveal 30 emerging bands, which qualified for the live concert stage of the competition.