First Polish headliner of the Festival announced!

Performing at the festival for the 8th time, Acid Drinkers will be giving our international audiences an insight into the history of thrash in Poland. 
Avatar joins Pol'and'Rock line-up

We have a real treat for all fans of the Swedish brand fo metal music! Avatar is an avant-garde metal band established in Gothenburg in 2001. The band is known for their spectacular live shows and captivating stage persona which sets them apart in the highly competitive ...
Skunk Anansie at Pol'and'Rock Festival 

A band unlike any other at a festival which breaks with all conventions seems like a match made in rock'n'roll heaven. It seems poetically fitting that the British alternative quartet will celebrate its 25th anniversary on the Main Stage of Pol'and'Rock Festival. 
Ziggy Marley to perform in Poland for the first time

Music supplies the soundtrack to the real revolution. Ziggy Marley is the first star to be announced to play at the anniversary Pol'and'Rock Festival which will see its 25th edition in August 2019!
Vote for Pol'and'Rock Festival!

We are delighted to be nominated in the Best Major Festival category of European Festival Awards for the second year running! It's great that our festival, which is so much different from commercial festivals, has been included on the list.
Best Overseas Festival 

Our festival has been nominated in UK Festival Awards in the Best Overseas Festival Category. This poll is decided by a public vote, and that's why our festival appeals to its 500 000 strong audience for support! 
Pol'and'Rock Festival 2018 begins

The biggest non-commercial festival in Europe is three days of music and culture extravaganza. 
Judas Priest completes Pol'and'Rock Festival line-up

Fresh after their well-deserved win at the Golden God awards for Best British Band, Judas Priest is confirmed to play at the non-commercial Pol'and'Rock Festival. 
In Flames joins Pol'and'Rock line-up

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Black Stone Cherry at Pol'and'Rock Festival 

A real treat for all fans of Southern rock vibes! Black Stone Cherry is a band flawlessly blending rock and blues in a unique mixture to create an authentic, yet innovative Southern rock sound. They will be performing on the Main Stage on August the 1st. 
First Polish headliner of the Festival announced!

Performing at the festival for the 8th time, Acid Drinkers will be giving our international audiences an insight into the history of thrash in Poland. 
Avatar joins Pol'and'Rock line-up

We have a real treat for all fans of the Swedish brand fo metal music! Avatar is an avant-garde metal band established in Gothenburg in 2001. The band is known for their spectacular live shows and captivating stage persona which sets them apart in the highly competitive ...
Skunk Anansie at Pol'and'Rock Festival 

A band unlike any other at a festival which breaks with all conventions seems like a match made in rock'n'roll heaven. It seems poetically fitting that the British alternative quartet will celebrate its 25th anniversary on the Main Stage of Pol'and'Rock Festival. 
Ziggy Marley to perform in Poland for the first time

Music supplies the soundtrack to the real revolution. Ziggy Marley is the first star to be announced to play at the anniversary Pol'and'Rock Festival which will see its 25th edition in August 2019!
Vote for Pol'and'Rock Festival!

We are delighted to be nominated in the Best Major Festival category of European Festival Awards for the second year running! It's great that our festival, which is so much different from commercial festivals, has been included on the list.
Best Overseas Festival 

Our festival has been nominated in UK Festival Awards in the Best Overseas Festival Category. This poll is decided by a public vote, and that's why our festival appeals to its 500 000 strong audience for support! 
Pol'and'Rock Festival 2018 begins

The biggest non-commercial festival in Europe is three days of music and culture extravaganza. 
Judas Priest completes Pol'and'Rock Festival line-up

Fresh after their well-deserved win at the Golden God awards for Best British Band, Judas Priest is confirmed to play at the non-commercial Pol'and'Rock Festival. 
In Flames joins Pol'and'Rock line-up

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