MAYDAY Poland is an electronic music festival set within the iconic Spodek Arena in Katowice, Poland. With editions across central Europe, the renowned techno brand ensures a festival packed with some of the hottest names on the electronic scene.
Coupled with an abundance of top tier laser displays and light shows, the stunning production value is the ideal compliment to a techno-driven lineup.
Previous artists to have played here include the likes of Adam Beyer, Chris Liebing, Len Faki, Rødhåd, Jonas Kopp, Pfirter and many more.
Spodek is a large arena in Katowice, Poland. It's large sauce shape has cemented it as an iconic piece of global architecture.
The nearest airport is Krakow (KRK). From here you can take a bus to Katowice (1 hour). The festival site is a short walk from the bus stop (9 minutes).
Berlin - Krakow (1 hour 25 minutes)
Amsterdam - Krakow (1 hour 50 minutes)
Paris - Krakow (2 hours 10 minutes)
London - Krakow (2 hours 25 minutes)
Madrid - Krakow (4 hours 55 minutes)
The best station to head to is Katowice. This is well connected to most of Poland and central Europe.
Ostrava - Katowice (1 hour 45 minutes)
Warsaw - Katowice (2 hours 32 minutes)
Bratislava - Katowice (4 hours 22 minutes) irregular times 3 times a week
Prague - Katowice (4 hours 36 minutes) irregular times 3 times a week
The festival is 16+.
Yes, a cloakroom will be available on-site.
Yes, there will be everything from snacks and drinks to a restaurant.