3rd – 6th July
Boasting a stellar lineup, whose headliners (Arctic Monkeys, Blur, Kings of Leon, QOTSA) probably best those of any other festival happening this year, Open’er has become a major player on the international festival circuit in recent years. This is due in no small part to the price of attending. 4-day tickets are available with 7-day camping and a free pass to see Rihanna the day after the festival’s culmination, should you so wish.
The price of the trip often tallies at significantly less than the total of attending a large UK festival which is fantastic when you consider that you also get a complete cultural experience, many beautiful beaches and three cosmopolitan cities to explore nearby. Flights to Poland and accommodation are also dirt cheap. Of the 120 artists confirmed, Crystal Fighters, Editors, Alt-J and the excellent Tame Impala will certainly absorb audiences in the hot Baltic sun. Finally, when you can describe acts with the magnitude of Nick Cave, Animal Collective and Kendrick Lamar as being part of the alternative section of the bill this year’s Open’er looks to be a fantastic experience all-round.
Tickets are £110, that includes camping for the week – see website for more details.
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