Punk’s not dead! - Włochaty will play at the 29th Pol’and’Rock Festival!

Music that connects, moves, and inspires. We are pleased to announce that Włochaty will perform on the Second Stage of the 29th edition of the Pol'and'Rock Festival. This is not just a regular concert, it is an event that no punk fan can miss!

Włochaty is a band that has been playing with passion for years, advocating for values of equality and tolerance for all. Created in the mid-1980s in Szczecin by two school friends: Fagas and Jeż, the band quickly gained audience recognition. Their debut concert took place on May 1, 1987, nearly 36 years ago, and now they are ready to light up the stage at the 29th Pol'and'Rock Festival.

Their creativity is primarily music that draws attention to what is important: political and social issues. They have released 10 studio albums, 2 live albums, 2 singles, and even a book Dopisać swój wers... (2007) to their name. The band is currently promoting this year's release Miłość, Pokój, Zamieszki.

But Włochaty is not just music, it is also activism. They collaborated with organizations such as Amnesty International, Greenpeace, "Nigdy Więcej" Association, Open Cages, and "Inna Przestrzeń" Foundation for Free Tibet. For more than three decades, they have been steadfast in their message, supporting various initiatives, speaking on important issues, and inspiring others.

Punk’s not dead, on the contrary, it's alive and well. Join us and see for yourself!

29th Pol'and'Rock Festival

29th Most Beautiful Festival in the World will be held between 3-5 August 2023 at the former Czaplinek-Broczyno Airfield. Czaplinek is located in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland, between the Drawsko and Czaplino Lakes, ca. 125 km from Szczecin. The Pol'and'Rock Festival is a free, unticketed event. The first announced stars of this year's Most Beautiful Festival in the World are Apollo 440, Spin Doctors, Biohazard, Carpenter Brut, Brodka, Napalm Death, DRAIN, While She Sleeps, Zalewski, Saint City Orchestra, Bullet for My Valentine, Royal Republic, Get The Shot, LemON, Rise Of The Northstar and Hoffmaestro, among others.

Adam Kościelniak