Festival organizers have found themselves in an entirely new reality. With all music events - big and small - cancelled this year, our Festival has been moved online. We are keeping the ideals of Pol'and'Rock Festival alive and inviting our friends to take part in a unique, online edition of our event. The new formula of the Festival required the introduction of innovative solutions while staying true to the ideals, tradition, and vibe of the Most Beautiful Festival in the World.
Audience at the Most Beautiful House Party in World
Festival-goers. photo by Marcin Michon
House Party Map - Local Events on the Virtual Map
Festival campsite. photo by Łukasz Widziszowski
The Most Beautiful House Party on YouTube
Our online Festival is a unique undertaking. We moved it to the internet, but we did not sacrifice any of its atmosphere or vibe. When we found our that we can team up with YouTube to bring festival experience to a massive audience through their platform, we knew that we could reach out to each one of you! Our friends can join us for the awesome experience of The Most Beautiful House Party - the 26th edition of Pol'and'Rock Festival!
Jurek Owsiak, promotor of Pol'and'Rock Festival.
Revellers at the festival. photo Paweł Krupka
Pol'and'Rock Festival, known formerly as Woodstock Festival Poland, is considered to be the biggest non-commercial Festival in Europe. The event attracts hundreds of thousands of revellers annually and has the status of a cult event for music fans from Poland. Fans flock to Kostrzyn nad Odrą to experience three days ruled by the ideals of Friendship, Love, and Music. The Festival, which offers the public an opportunity to take in top international and Polish music acts such as Judas Priest, Parkway Drive, Ziggy Marley, Arch Enemy, Amon Amarth and hundreds of other bands. Even though the Festival will be entirely digital this year, the organizers of the event, the biggest charity in Poland, strive to keep its atmosphere intact. There are 30 bands confirmed to play live from a festival TV studio in Warsaw as well as esteemed guests, including film-makers, actors, activists, and artists who will answer questions from the audience. The entire online Festival will mimic the usual line-up of the real event and will be streamed for an uninterrupted 70 hours on Facebook, YouTube, and twitch.
Press Office at The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity