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6apr'18 22apr'18

With 2018 marking one hundred years of Polish independence, Poland will be the main focus of the upcoming jazzahead! festival in Bremen, Germany. The festival, which will run from 6th to 22nd April 2018, will partner with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute’s own Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland project to showcase Polish jazz and culture. Read more about: Poland the Partner Country at jazzahead! 2018

20sep'17 23sep'17

Three Polish bands will perform during the Reeperbahn Festival this September in Hamburg. The Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland showcase at Sommersalon on 21st September will feature BAASCH, BeMy and Hatti Vatti. Read more about: Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland at the Reeperbahn Festival 2017

OFF Festival, photo: Adam Burakowski

Seattle’s KEXP — a radio station that lives and breathes music — are coming back to the Three Pond Valley for the third time. Tune in on Friday, 4th August 2017 for several hours of live coverage straight from the OFF Festival. The whole world’s going to be listening!

Aukso Orchestra and Vołosi; photo: press material

From 25th to 29th October 2017, Katowice will host one of the most prestigious musical events in Europe – the WOMEX World Music Expo. Four Polish groups will perform at the opening concert: Aukso, Vołosi, Kapela Maliszów and Lautari.

Now in its twelfth year, OFF Festival in Katowice continues to cement its position as one of the best festivals in Europe for eclectic music lovers. Culture.pl presents some recommendations for a festival where the audience is spoilt for choice.

31may'17 4jun'17

Entropia, Hańba! and JAAA! are slated to play two shows each at the famous Barcelona festival. Read more about: Three Polish Bands to Perform at Primavera Sound Music Festival

jazzahead! 2016, press materials

We proudly announce that Poland was chosen to be next year's jazzahead! partner country. Messe Bremen has invited Poland to be its partner country at the trade fair as well as the 2018 edition of the festival.

27mar'17 2apr'17

Tallin Music Week is one of the most important music festivals in the Baltic region. Since its foundation in 2009, the festival has grown to include conferences such as Creativity For Change and even a Songwriters Camp. This year, six bands from Poland will perform at TMW: Coals, Janusz Prusinowski Kompania, Moo Latte, Rhythm Baboon, RAT and Sutari. Read more about: Polish Bands at Tallinn Music Week

27mar'17 8apr'17

Polish musician Buslav will take part in an artistic residency during Westway Lab, the contemporary music festival in Guimarães, Portugal, which is part of the European Talent Exchange Programme network. Read more about: Buslav at the Westway Lab Festival

Stara Rzeka, photo: Desi Estevez

From Estonia through Spain and back to Poland: Find out where well-known and up-and-coming Polish bands and musicians will perform this year.