The main theme of this year's edition of Greenpeace Eco Village will be 'wild at heart'. It stands for wilderness, freedom, bravery, and untamed nature. This year the activists will focus on how important it is to protect this natural wilderness so that it could remain unchanged and free.
The guests of the village will have a chance to meet and talk to activists, scientist, environmentalists and brave people who have sacrificed their time to protect the last remaining primordial forest in Europe - our own Puszcza Białowieska. Learn why it is important to make sure that this beating, green heart of Europe is protected against violent felling of ancient trees. Another aspect that will be the focus of attention of Greenpeace volunteers, is that of protection of bees. Due to pollution and common use of dangerous pesticides the population of wild bees are endangered and soon enough if we don't take up action they might be gone forever.
Greenpeace activists invite you to take part in:
The Second Stage of Woodstock Festival Poland has channelled amazing amounts of positive vibes and the music that sounded across the festival field was a testament of how fantastic the concerts were. With a vibrant variety of different music genres represented on the Second Stage, we invited you on a journey through music styles, continents, and decades.
Woodstock Festival Poland relies on its sponsors and partners. We not only rely on them for supporting this massive undertaking financially. Often our partners are present at the festival field and, like Bank Pekao provide vital services for the crowds of festival-goers.
To be the first act of the day on the Main Stage - is a huge challenge, especially for a new band. Aarch-A caught our eye at the Preliminaries concert in Łódź and they have won a spot in our line-up this year!