We encourage you to take responsibility for your safety and for the safety of those that will be travelling with you - that's why along with the festival's partner, Lech, we invite you to check your blood alcohol level before heading home. You will be able to do it in four designated tents located in the festival field. The test is quick, completely free and requires very little effort on your side. After a few moments you would know if you are fit to drive or if you need to take your time and wait before you take the wheel. The breathalyser tents will be open Thursday - Saturday from 10 am till 8 pm and on Sunday from 10 am till 2 pm.
For those interested in sober thinking Lech prepared Alcogoggles experience - after putting on especially designed glasses you will be able to see how the world looks like to an inebriated person. Try to go through an easy obstacle course while wearing them, and you will quickly understand how your depth and distance perception is influenced by alcohol.
Soberbus is a mobile information point where you will be able to learn about alcohol abuse and responsible drinking - hop on and take a ride with us!
After their night-time performance at AFA, the wonderful cast of 'My Friend Miss Flint' visited the Big AFA tent to talk about their craft. We even got to see an impromptu performance inspired by the unforgettable experience of... using a portable toilet at a festival!
One man's trash is another man's ... recycling! Eco Zone run within Lech Village reports that they have managed to collect almost 3 tonnes of recyclable materials, what actually amounts to a sum of 6 000 PLN.
We think that festivals are really liminal spaces - on the threshold between the real world and the dreamland of music and adventure. This year, thanks to the charity auctions platform provided by Allegro, we were able to invite you to bid for great experience packs and memorabilia connected with the festival.