Six years after their last big performance at our festival, the well-loved Polish band will be making its long-awaited return to the Most Beautiful Festival in the World. Each of their shows is an instant hit with the fans and each their music releases are always making to the top of charts. Happysad are a staple on Polish indie rock scene. Their music is extremely popular as they manage to keep it relevant, fresh and touching upon important issues. Established in the early noughties, the band's debut and sophomore albums quickly went golden. Going from strength to strength, Happysad established their fanbase and won over music critics and journalists.
Their live DVDs, even though they are extremely popular releases do not give justice to the atmosphere and vibe of their live shows. There is both raw emotion and technical prowess, which, when combined with the energy and the rapport they establish with the audience are a recipe for an unforgettable gig. They play a vibrant mixture of rock music imbued with rebellious punk-rock elements as well as sunny reggae vibe.
Six years on, the festival is ready to welcome the band home!
Just three days left until the kickoff of this year's Pol’and’Rock Festival—time to bring you a post packed with packing pointers!
Dub FX is the epitome of independent music. He is making his return to the Most Beautiful Festival in the World. Can 10 years make a difference? If you like positive vibes, looped hypnotic sounds, and honest lyrics, you should be there to see him play at the Main Stage on August 3rd!
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