The biggest non-commercial festival in Europe is three days of music and culture extravaganza.
Photo credit: Anna Migda, Marcin Michon, Igor Kochutnicki
This home is for everyone, don’t let anyone feel less than welcome! Our doors are open to everyone! You are our strength, you built this Festival. Give us your positive energy and we will do all in our power to be the roof over your heads that saves you from harm
Jurek Owsiak to the crowd gathered at the opening of the festival
Another festival-wide initiative is creating a more inclusive and open space for disabled guests of the festival. The motto of the initiative is: when music unites us, nothing stands between us! The promoters strive to build a truly inclusive and open festival, where everyone is welcome. For the first time, we invite disabled guests of the festival to watch concerts at the Main Stage from a viewing platform. Other disabled facilities at the festival site include disabled ramp access to AFA tents, medical points and food stalls, disabled facilities and sing language translation of all AFA meetings.
Press Office at The Great Orchestra of Christmas Charity