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OFF Festival 2019

  • Katowice, Poland
  • 2-4 August 2019
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Continually boasting an eclectic lineup

OFF Festival is Poland's most prestigious multi-genre music festival, held amongst the scenic flora and fauna of Dolina Trzech Stawów to the south of Katowice.

Set up by founder Artur Rojek in response to the lack of diversity within the contemporary Polish music landscape, OFF Festival continually boasts an eclectic lineup, merging together lesser-known domestic talent with illustrious artists of international calibre. 

Previous editions have seen the likes of Patti Smith, M.I.A, and Run The Jewels headline the three-day festival, with Britpop innovators Suede and indie giants Foals appearing at the summit of this year's bill.

Away from its impressively crafted lineup, OFF Festival has won numerous awards; a commitment to green initiatives and its beautiful lakeside woodland locale has seen the festival steadily grow into one of Europe's most prized and personable gatherings on the festival calendar.


  • Foals
  • Suede
  • Stereolab
  • Neneh Cherry
  • The Comet Is Coming


  • Foals
  • Suede
  • Stereolab
  • Neneh Cherry
  • The Comet Is Coming
  • Aldous Harding
  • Superorganism
  • Electric Wizard
  • Lebanon Hanover
  • The Gaslamp Killer
  • Daughters
  • Loyle Carner
  • OM
  • Zespół Pieśni i Tańca "Ślask"
  • Durand Jones & the Indications
  • Dezerter gra "Underground Out of Poland"
  • Perfect Son
  • Octavian
  • Tirzah
  • Lotic: Endless Power
  • The Body
  • slowthai
  • Black Midi
  • SAMA'
  • Jakuzi
  • Phum Viphurit
  • Emerald
  • Ammar 808
  • Boogarins
  • Bamba Pana & Makaveli
  • Wczasy
  • Entropia

+ more to be announced.

South of Katowice, Dolina Trzech Stawów translates as the Valley of the Three Ponds. Lush green forest and meadows, interspersed with the three small lakes that give the area its name – it all makes for a stunning festival location.


Dolina Trzech Stawów, Katowice, Poland


Katowice Airport is north of the city, with bus Line PKM Katowice being the way to make the journey by public transport. Buses depart every 2 hours, taking 50 minutes to arrive at Katowice station.

Katowice is easily accessible via bus or train from the rest of Poland.

Once in the city, tram lines 35, 40 and 7 will take you to Zawodzie Paderewskiego, which is just a few minutes walk from the festival site. 

Yes, children 10 and younger can attend for free, while those aged 15 and younger must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or older.

Yes, the festival site has disabled access, as well as two viewing platforms for fans with disabilities – in front of the Main Stage and Forest Stage.

Carers of fans with disabilities may enter the festival for free, after verification. Full details can be found on the OFF Festival website.

OFF Festival 2019

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