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Poland Festivals 2018 - 2019 Calendar

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A State of Trance Festival Gliwice, Poland
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Noc Kultury Lublin, Poland
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Life Festival Oświęcim Oświęcim, Poland
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Instytut Festival Warsaw, Poland
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Impact Fest Kraków, Poland
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East of Culture - Different Sounds Art'n'Music Festival Lublin, Poland
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Tauron Nowa Muzyka Katowice, Poland
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Open'er Festival Gdynia, Poland
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Międzynarodowy Harcerski Festiwal Kultury Młodzieży Szkolnej Kielce, Poland
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Carnaval Sztukmistrzów Lublin, Poland
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Sunrise Festival Poland Kołobrzeg, Poland
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Woodstock Festival Poland Kostrzyn nad Odrą, Poland
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The Jagiellonian Fair Lublin, Poland
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Trails In Motion Film Festival Szczyrk, Poland

The Poland Festival Scene

Fun fact: Polski is one of the hardest languages to learn. They have 17 ways to say “two”. 17. Fun fact number two: Poland loves music festivals! Woodstock, Wianki, Audioriver, Sunrise and Open’er are all festivals where Pols enjoy all genres of music. Though the music spectrum spans from a Chopin festival to bass-heavy EDM, there are also more general, celebratory festivals. New Year’s Eve, of course, brings thousands to the streets of Krakow to ring in the new year. Just be sure that when you visit, you know all 17 ways to say “two”. Just kidding.