"Never Again" Association will hold football championships with an aim to show that racism has no place in the beautiful game of football! The activists will also be distributing educational materials, holding workshops and lectures as well as meetings with artists. The activists will educate young people on the importance of tolerance and how essential it is to create a multicultural society free of prejudice and racism.
Everyone is invited to take part in the in the antiracist championships. We will be playing in the field located by the Main Stage. The game will begin at 11 am and we will be playing until 4 pm. Teams of 5 are welcome to join in the fun! In order to apply to take part in the championships, the participants should come by our stall on Wednesday, August 2nd between the hours of 7 and 8 PM. We will need you to tell us the name of your team, name and surname of players, your team colours, contact details for the team captain and his or her e-mail.
Remember to take comfortable sports shoes!
Come by the "Never Again" stall to take part in meetings with some of the bands which will be performing at Woodstock Festival Poland stages this year! Musicians take stand against racism too.
- Prawda - Wednesday, 2nd August @ 3 pm
- Nocny Kochanek - Friday, 4th Agust @ 3 pm
- Tabu - Saturday, 5th August @ 1 pm
- Leniwiec - Saturday, 5th August @ 2 pm
- Koniec Świata - Saturday, 5th August @ 4 pm
Sweet memories... we invite you to listen to the bands, which performed at the Second Stage at Woodstock Festival Poland 2016. Re-live the brilliant performances and hopefully the music will get you into the right mood before the weekend!
The festival's organizers are working close with the police forces, who are responsible for securing the event as well as making sure that everyone in the region gets to the festival and back home safely. Police Officers always emphasise how well the festival is managed and run, and we are grateful for the support we receive from the police each year.
On August the first Poland remembers those who have sacrificed their lives in an act of unconditional bravery and patriotism. If it was not for the change of the date of the festival we would have been commemorating the beginning of the uprising together with the people gathered in front of the stage.