NewsRecall with us Wianki - Fête de la Musique 2016!
Added: Wednesday, 26 April 2017
All of Krakow sang with the stars during the event, beloved by locals and tourists! Wianki – A Celebration of Music gave the city a rhythm on the 25th of June 2016. Take a look at a quick recap!
Added: Tuesday, 25 April 2017
Already on 24 June Krakow will throw a party to the rhythm of music live. Kortez, Taco Hemingway, Wacław Zimpel, Włodek Pawlik, Sorry Boys, Agnieszka Chrzanowska, Pod Budą, Atom String Quartet, Szymon Nehring and for the first time in the history of the event – finalists of Megafon competition organised by Radio Krakow and other musicians will be playing all day long for residents and visitors on at least four stages. There will also be a lot of accompanying events, a pyrotechnic show and the traditional competition for the finest wreath. And these are only some of attractions that the City of Krakow and the Krakow festival Office prepared for you on Wianki – Fête de la Musique.read more
Added: Friday, 8 July 2016read more
Added: Monday, 27 June 2016
Thanks to favourable weather and sports circumstances, Wianki 2016 has passed into history as by far the most joyous Krakow celebration of music so far. After the blood-chilling but ultimately victorious Poland–Switzerland match in the Round of 16 in the Euro 2016 Championships, the happy people of Krakow took to the streets with song on their lips. And there were plenty of people to sing with – six stages were set up in Krakow where dozens of artists performed, all of this guaranteeing the public more than 24 hours of good music.
Added: Sunday, 26 June 2016
Six stages, dozens of concerts and numerous additional attractions drew nearly 160 thousand participants to Wianki – A Celebration of Music. All of Krakow sang with the stars during the event, beloved by locals and tourists! Wianki – A Celebration of Music gave the city a rhythm on the 25th of June. Exceptional concerts attracted crowds of music lovers to all locations where Wianki activities were focused. Participants could see, and most importantly hear, all the artists they loved.read more