Offering festival goers some top international musicians along with a host of Polish music and theatre acts, the 10th Heineken Open'er Festival takes place in Babie Doly Airfield, Gdynia, Poland for four days between Wednesday 3rd and Saturday 6th July 2013.
The latest additions are Miguel, Everything Everything, Rykarda Parasol, Stroon, Kim Nowak, L.U.C & Motion Trio, Vienio, LAki Lan, Ballady i Romanse/Igor Boxx, Sorry Boys, Fismoll, hipiersoniK, and Lilly Hates Roses.
They join headliners Blur, Arctic Monkeys, Queens Of The Stone Age, and Kings Of Leon, as well as The National, Savages, Palma Violets, Jonny Greenwood, Nas, Junip, Kaliber 44, Vavamuffin, Ras Luta, Novika, Oszibarack, Rebeka, Magnificent Muttley, The &, Peter J.Birch, Editors, Crystal Castles, Skunk Anansie,
Modest Mouse, Alt- J, Animal Collective, Tame Impala, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kendrick Lamar, Devendra Banhart, Hey, Crystal Fighters, Matisyahu, Steve Reich, PaweÅÂÂ Althamer, Pianohooligan, Plum, Fuka Lata, Ifi Ude, Semantik Punksemantik, Please The Trees, Hot Casandra, Transmisja, UL/KR, Skubas, Domowe Melodie, Mikromusic, Kixnare, Maria Peszek, and Disclosure, who are confirmed for the six stages of music
The early bird offer has ended. Tickets are on sale, at the following prices:-
- 4-day ticket with camping: 550 PLN (approx. £100)
- 4-day ticket without camping: 470 PLN (approx. £90)
Day tickets are not yet on sale.
To buy tickets, click here.
Rihanna will perform a special show in Gdynia, the day after Open'er Festival, and the show is free if you have a full 4-day festival ticket.
Easily accessible via low-cost airlines, it's a great alternative if you fail to get your hands on the UK festival ticket you wanted!
Open'er is Poland's largest music and performing arts festival, the total area of festival in Babie Doly airfield is 75 hectares of space with seven stages, around 120 artists, festival town with merchandising area, gastronomic zones, camp site, beach, sea and sun, space for sport activities and multimedia, NGO's, films, theatres and performances.
There are increased camping facilities (10 acres) on-site with showers, more toilets, 24-hour food points and even places to charge up your mobile phone. A bus service (around £2) will connect the festival with Gdynia city centre.
The festival is committed to a 100% PET plastic policy, even recently purchasing a state-of-the-art press to crush all the waste at the festival.
There is also a Festival Guide, which can be purchase for 1 coupon (3 PLN) in cash points at the festival area, where a lot of information about artists, maps of the festival with the description of gastronomic area (menu) and more other essential information can be found.
More information will be here when available.
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