Poland's colossal music festival
Open'er Festival is a multi-genre music festival held each year in the north of Poland.
Unrivalled in size anywhere in the country, the colossal festival repeatedly curates an extensive lineup ranging from the world's most reputable music stars to budding domestic talent.
Establishing its credos as Poland's, if not one of Europe's major festivals over nearly two decades, Open'er has welcomed an illustrious list of artists throughout its history; Radiohead, Arctic Monkeys, Snoop Dogg, Nick Cave, Drake, and Rihanna have all bestowed their presence on the military airfield it calls home.
This year, a diverse lineup including Travis Scott, Vampire Weekend, Robyn, Rosalía, and Swedish House Mafia land in Gdynia-Kosakowo Airport, adding to the festival's ever-increasing prestige.
The festival takes place in the north of Poland, on a military airport close to Gdynia (a city located around 20km to the north of Gdansk).
Gdynia-Kosakowo Airport, Gdynia, Poland
BY PLANE: Gdansk Airport is the closest to the festival. From here, you can either take a taxi directly to the festival site (around a 30 minute journey, costing around £25), or take a train to Gdynia and then a shuttle to the festival.
BY TRAIN: Gdynia Główna station is well connected across Poland and into neighbouring Germany. The festival will run shuttles from here to the site.
BY FERRY: You can reach Gdynia by ferry from Karlskrona in Denmark. Nearby Gdansk is also connected by ferry to Nynashamn in Sweden.
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