Panie: 18+ lat
Poland, Gdynia Kosakowo, Airport
Poland, Gdynia Kosakowo, Airport
Jimmy Eat World
Prophets of Rage
Tyler the Creator
Wacław Zimpel / Kuba Ziołek
Florence & The Machine, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pharrell Williams: that line-up looked great not only on the poster. It has also turned out great on stage. Florence, the queen of baroque pop, Red Hot Chili Peppers happy and in great shape, the exquisitely optimistic Pharrell Williams. Each of them have delivered a set of both their hits and surprises: Red Hot Chili Peppers with David Bowie’s “Warszawa”, Florence, with fan favourite “Third Eye”, played especially for the Polish audience. Wiz Khalifa had a unique way to mark his presence. The American rapper would surely find plenty potential members for the so-called Taylor Gang.
Open'er 2015 brought us unforgettable musical sensations and a four-day adventure, that is being recollected for the next 12 months. The festival lasted from 1st till 4th July and was headlined by: Drake, The Libertines, Mumford & Sons and Kasabian. These were the first concerts ever in Poland for the two first artists. Modest Mouse, D'Angelo and Alabama Shakes have also scored their debut in Gdynia. Traditionally the local music scene has provided a strong representation. We can mention some great concerst like the one of Natalia Przybysz, Fisz Emade Tworzywo and a true sensation of the festival - raper Taco Hemingway, who performed at Open'er at crowded Tent Stage, although it was one of his first concerts ever.
An exhibition organised in cooperation with the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw was also very succesfull. "NO ONE CAN TAKE OUR YOUTH AWAY!” was a story about the art and music of the 80's that constituted to a part of the alternative Thri-city, for fourteen years a home place of Open'er. Open'er participants had the occasion to watch two legendary spectacles of Warsaw TR in Open’er theatres - "4.48 Psychosis" and "Whatever Happens, I Love You", that were performed for the last time. The curtain in ALTERKINO also didn't go down, mainly because of film spectacles that have been followed by hundreds of spectators, watching as well music documentaries as those, which have important social purpose to fulfill. There were also difficult topics undertaken in discussions with writers such as: Magdalena Grzebałkowska, Ziemowit Szczerk and Zygmunt Miłoszewski.
In 2014, from legends Pearl Jam and Faith No More, throughout the highlights of recent years: The Black Keys or Jack White, to bands still writing their musical history: Haim, Bastille, Banks or Royal Blood – that was the sound of this year's Open’er Festival. Once again, Open’er provided a full spectrum of musical- and artistic genres, and kept its status as one of Europe's key festivals.
2013 was the year of "Kings and Queens”. It's the audience that made Queens Of The Stone Age frontman Josh Homme drop the security and party with the fans backstage. Kings of Leon played for 60,000 fans, including Rihanna and her crew, who spent the entire concert dancing in the pit. The Open'er stages also included the magnetic Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Arctic Monkeys, The National and Tame Impala. The audience could watch as many as four theatre plays: a premiere of Nowy Teatr's "Kabaret Warszawski", directed by Krzysztof Warlikowski, "Nancy. Interview" from the same "Courtney Love" by Teatr Polski in Wrocław, as well as "Paw Królowej" from Teatr Stary in Krakow. The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw also had its place at the festival with the "Projection Propaganda Machine" and the plane-inspired installation "Antek" by Paweł Althamer and Grupa Nowolipie. In addition, Open’er fans could enjoy all activities Open'er offered to date: Fashion Stage, Silent Disco, Kids Zone, Signing Tent, the Ferris Wheel and many more. The festival audience counted over 85,000 festival goers.
In 2012, the Main Stage featured what could have been the most eclectic line-up in the Open’er history: penderecki//greenwood, The Kills, Björk, New Order, Bon Iver, Justice. For the first time, arts became a part of the festival on such a large scale with the extremely popular theatre play "Angels in America" by Nowy Teatr in Warsaw, directed by Krzysztof Warlikowski, an exhibition by the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw and the large-format installation "Totem" by Maury Gomulicki.
During the 2011 edition, Babie Doły was the place for fun for 85,000 festival goers, of which 1/4 lived in the camping field, and the event was reviewed by ca. 500 journalists.
2010 witnessed the performances from, among others, Pearl Jam and Kasabian, and the appearance of even more new activities, e.g. Kids Zone.
In 2009, the programme was enhanced by the addition of Alter Space – the place for novelty projects.
In 2008, as many as seven stages were set: Main Stage, Tent Stage, World Stage, Young Talent Stage, Alter Space and two electronic spaces. 50K audience witnessed performances from, among others, The Chemical Brothers, Jay – Z, Roisin Murphy and Editors.
2007 brought an even more impressive line-up, with concerts from Sonic Youth, Groove Armada, Beastie Boys, Muse and Björk.
Skwer Kościuszki became too crammed for the crowd, so in 2006, the festival moved to Gdynia, Babie Doły – Kosakowo airfield. The promoters stretched the festival to three days. Gdynia was invaded by world’s finest music stars, including Placebo, Pharrell Williams, Franz Ferdinand, Sigur Rós, Scissor Sisters, The Streets, Kanye West, Basement Jaxx.
In 2005, the promoters brought the biggest names to date. 25,000 festival goers got their chance to watch Snoop Dogg, Faithless, Fatboy Slim, Lauryn Hill, The White Stripes and Underworld. On the 1st day, all one-day tickets were sold out.
In 2004, all music lovers could enjoy the festival for as much as two days, to the music of Cypress Hill, Pink, Goldfrapp or Massive Attack, and fulfilled all of the Skwer.
In 2003, the festival moved to Gdynia. Cassius, Kosheen and Layo & Bushwacka! rocked the crowd at Skwer Kościuszki.
It all began in 2002 r., as a one-day event in Warsaw, featuring, for the first time in Poland, the Chemical Brothers.
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