The Golden Spinning Top allows you - the audience - to influence the line-up of Pol'and'Rock Festival. You can choose your favourite band from the last edition of the festival and vote for them in order to invite them to perform at Woodstock again! The winning bands will receive the invitation to reprise their performance at the Main Stage at Pol'and'Rock and will be awarded a beautiful brass statuette. This time, we bid farewell to bands which received the least amount of votes, and now you can vote for the 5 remaining contestants.
You can vote online, using a designated app provided by Fanpoint. Just log into your Facebook account and open the Golden Spinning Top tab on our Facebook profile!
Main Stage - Polish bands
|5.||Michał Urbaniak & Urbanator||68|
Main Stage - international bands
|2.||Nothing But Thieves||1421|
|5.||House of Pain||396|
Second Stage - Polish bands
Second Stage - international bands
|5.||Cox & Vox||107|
If you have voted in the first stage of the competition, now you can do it again to support your favourite! So hands on keyboards...
You can vote via Facebook app, which is powered by Fanpoint. It's as easy as logging into your account and selecting your favourite! Anyone can cast only one vote in one round of votes, so you should make your decision carefully. You can vote again after the end of each round.
The competition allows you - the audience - to shape the line-up of this year's PolAndRock Festival. Let's see who is on their way to the top and who clearly will not make the cut... Is your favourite safe?
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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?