Lost & found tent will be located on the right-hand side of the Main Stage, and it is clearly visible from afar. Staffed by the Peace Patrol volunteers, who will be tasked with cataloguing all of the lost property found at the massive festival site, this tent should be the first place you visit when you try to locate your lost property. Please bear in mind that they won't always be able to help you find your lost items. In order to make their work easier and to increase your chances of finding your stuff make sure to memorize discerning features of your equipment. For example, make a note of serial numbers of your mobile phone or other devices and be able to describe your lost jewellery or wallet precisely.
All unclaimed valuables (i.e wallets, documents, mobile devices) will be taken to Gorzów Wielkopolski located at the District Authority Office (Starostwo Powiatowe).
There will be 61 additional train services running to and from Kostrzyn nad Odrą. 46 trains will be provided by the voivodeship marshals and 15 provided by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.
A meeting between a journalist and a judge will focus on the influence of free journalism on the judicial system and on the importance of well-written reportage in creating a truthful picture of society. Igor Tuleya and Justyna Kopińska will
Often named one of the most influential novelists of her generation, Olga Tokarczuk will meet with the audience during an open panel held during Pol'and'Rock Festival.