7 Tips for Your Route Home

2019-08-04 11:30:00

After over 100 concerts, over 200 workshops, and three of the most beautiful days of the year, the 25th Pol’and’Rock Festival has come to an end. Time for some tips for the route home!


Photo: Łukasz Widziszowski

It takes a village to organise an event of this magnitude, but it takes all of us to make sure we disassemble our festival city of over 750,000 people and get home in good time—and to leave the space in at least as good a state as how we found it! We wanted to help, so we have put together a list of travel tips and updates.


Photo: Lucyna Lewandowska


Clean up when you clear out

Pack up your entire campsite and leave any trash in one of our 138 trash collection points and recycling bins. And remember to post a photo of your cleaned up space in our #TrashTag on Facebook!


Get your lost property back

Open until 12pmMissing something? Our lost & found tent located to the right of the Main Stage. Once it closes, all unclaimed items will be moved to the district authority office in Gorzów Wielkopolski (starostwo powiatowe in Polish).


Photo: Edyta Kurycka


Check if you’re safe to drive 

Open until 1pmTest your alcohol levels at one of our breathalyzer checkpoints to know if you can get behind the wheel or if you should give yourself another couple of hours.


Buy tickets in advance

Get your ticket for both regional trains and long-distance trains online—but make sure that your phone and power bank are charged so that you do not run into trouble with ticket control.


Rations for the road

Open until 2pmIt's going to be a warm day. Don't forget to bring enough water for the trip back! The Coca-Cola stand in our Shopping Alley is open until 2pm today. 


Photo: Igor Kohutnicki


Find fellow travelers

You don't need to head back on your lonesome! Find others who are headed in the same direction in our online Travel Bank or through our festival radio station—send a text to 4330 or bring a note to the radio tent located to the left of the Main Stage!


Don’t miss your train

Aim to arrive at the station in Kostrzyn between 40 and 60 minutes before your train’s departure. Use the Polish train provider PKP's status portal to double-check for delays.


Thank you to all of you who were here—and good vibes from Kostrzyn to those who did not make it this year! Don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more festival throwbacks and future announcements!




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