You can make an online list of all your valuables you plan to bring to Woodstock Festival Poland at otagio.com/Woodstock (website is in Polish). You can describe your property by adding brand, colour, or make of it and it would make it easier for you to look for it or to prove that you are its owner when the item will be found. The site also caters towards people who happen to find lost items - they can enter the description into the database and see if the item can be reunited with its owner.
On that note, please take the time to think what necessities you need to take with you to the festival and make sure to limit the number of valuable things you intend to bring to Woodstock Festival Poland.
It's easy, free, and fast way of keeping track of your property or to make sure it returns to its rightful owner in record time!
Police officers are working to secure the massive 3-day event. Even though the festival draws to an end, the work of the police officers will involve making sure that the guests of the festival are going to make their way home safely.
We have received a letter from the ambassador of France in Poland thanking everyone for the gesture of solidarity with our grieving friends in France. In this time of turmoil and uncertainty we feel it is important to show that we are not indifferent and we stand united against hate, intolerance, and violence.
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.