Brining children to Pol'and'Rock Festival

Our festival is a welcoming space for all family members! You can bring your children to enjoy the festival atmosphere with you; however, you must bear in mind that Pol'and'Rock is a massive, crowded event taking place on a vast site. You are responsible for your welfare and the welfare of your child.

Prepare in advance to be sure you can enjoy the festival to the fullest and introduce your child to the unique atmosphere of the Most Beautiful Festival in the World. 

Family-friendly event
Tips for those with kids

On arrival make sure to get a free wristband for your child. Free wristbands are available at: 


  • Entry gates 
  • Info point at the Shopping Alley 
  • Lost & Found tent 
  • Academy of the Finest of Arts 

Use the wristband to write your contact number and make sure it is clearly visible and legible at all times. 

Pack reasonably: 

  • bring changes of clothes and prepare for changing weather conditions - pack both sunscreen, sunhat and waterproofs; 
  • pack sensible walking shoes 
  • take a first aid kit with all necessary medicines (plasters, band-aids, bug repellent, salves and others) 

Never leave your child unattended! Under no circumstances can children be left alone in tents. 

Make sure to explain whom your child can ask for help - tell them about Peace Patrol members. 


fot. Dominika Rutkowska


Activities for Kids

All parents and children are welcome at the Academy of the Finest of Arts. There is plenty of activities for families at the festival. 

Please bear in mind that the safety and welfare of your child remain your responsibility and the Academy of the Finest of Arts workshops are not daycare! 


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Lost children

To avoid separating from your children give them the same advice as you would in any other crowded place: never to leave your side, never to follow strangers, and tell them whom to ask for help in case they get lost. Children can approach any member of the festival staff: members of Peace Patrol, Medical and Blue Patrol will be able to help. Explain who members of Peace Patrol are and that they should be children's first point of contact. 

Show your child the location of the Lost & Found tent and arrange to meet there in case you get separated from each other. 


fot. Dominika Rutkowska

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