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Events are never ending in Poland whether it be dance, music or film. Poland holds the best Festivals & Events for all.

Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa : Bielsko-Biala - February

The Festival, according to its name (Zadymka means “blizzard”) takes place in the Winter season, when tourists from the country and from abroad visit the Beskidy region. For five days you have an opportunity to take part in about a dozen of concerts held in various venues – from the stylish interiors of Polski Theatre (where the Festival Gala takes place), to the modern Klimat Club in Sfera Shopping gallery & to the mountain lodge on the Szyndzielnia mountain.​

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Coke Live Music Festival : Krakow - August

Regular festival held in Krakow since 2006 always at the end of August. The main sponsor of the festival – The Coca-Cola Company. This festival is a great success and every year more and more celebrities come to visit, as well as audiences from all walks of life. The festival has been nominated for the prestigious UK Festival Awards 2009 in the category of Best Overseas Festival, which is the best festival held outside the UK – on the European continent.

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Cracovia Marathon : Krakow - April

It is an annual marathon held in the city of Kraków, Poland, usually in May. It was established in 2002 and has been run every year since. The competition features professional athletes and amateur runners. A total of 3200 people finished the race in 2011.​

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International Dance Theatres Festival : Lublin - November

International Dance Theatres Festival in Lublin belongs to the biggest cultural events in Lublin. Over the last few years it has become one of the most important dance festivals in Europe. The Festival aims to present the most interesting artistic proposals prepared by professional dance theaters around the world, as well as promotes Polish artists and the promotion of amateur artistic groups.

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Jazz at the Old Town Square Festival : Warsaw - July

This event is one of Poland’s most praised and most attended jazz festivals. Last year three to four thousand people gathered in the Old Town Square to listen to some of the most famous jazz stars in the world. It is also one of the longest European jazz festivals ever, and presents various jazz styles such as mainstream, swing, fusion, modern jazz, Klezmer jazz, Latin, “third set” and world jazz. Its undeniable advantage is the fact that it’s open to the public who can enjoy their favorite jazz musicians for free.

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Open'er Festival : Gdynia - July

Open’er is Poland’s largest music and performing arts festival, the total area of the festival in Babie Doly airfield is 75 hectares of space with seven stages, around 120 artists, merchandising area, gastronomic zones, camp sites, beach, sea and sun, space for sport activities and multimedia, NGO’s, films, theatres and performances.

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Sacrum Profanum : Krakow – August

Sacrum Profanum is a festival presenting music from the 20th century, which has obtained the status of one of the most interesting music events in Europe. It’s rank is built by the participation of the most valued groups performing modern music. Amongst others there are: Ensemble Modern, Ensemble Intercontemporain, Klangforum Wien, Theatre of Voices, Tomasz Stańko, Leszek Możdżer, stars like Aphex Twin and the group Kraftwerk, etc.

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Warsaw International Film Festival : Warsaw - October

Also known as the Warsaw Film Fest, it is a major film festival held every October in Warsaw, Poland. The festival has been held every year since 1985. The festival is host to the International Federation of Film Critics awards for enterprising film making in Central and Eastern Europe. The 27th festival took place between 12 October & 21 October 2012.

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