The Golden Spinning Top allows you - the audience - to influence the line-up of Woodstock Festival Poland. 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 Woodstock and will be awarded a beautiful brass statuette.
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||48|
Main Stage - international bands
|1.||Nothing But Thieves||920|
|5.||House of Pain||254|
|6.||The Bloody Beetroots||253|
|7.||The Dead Daisies||224|
|11.||The Kyle Glass Band||90|
|12.||Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls||74|
|14.||New Model Army||31|
Second Stage - Polish bands
|16.||Roan & Da Shu||4|
Second Stage - international bands
|5.||Cox & Vox||70|
The first stage of the competition will end in the beginning of May 2018, the second stage will last until the end of May, and the final stage will end in the second part of June. The winners will be revealed at Woodstock Festival Poland.
You can vote once at each stage of the competition, choosing your favourite in 4 different categories. Having voted in a given stage, you can vote again in the following poll. Each time, the bands which did the worst at a given stage of the competition are removed from the running for the award, so that only 3 competitors will battle it out in the final stage.
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