Now in its 14th year, Poland’s premier music spectacle Open’er Festival continues its time honoured tradition of attracting the world’s finest music talent to the coastal resort of Gdynia and its four stages.

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Open’er Festival 2015 is delighted to announce rapper Drake, cult indie rockers The Libertines, Kasabian and folk superstars Mumford & Sons as its summer headline acts. Open’er Festival will return to its stunning home of Gdynia-Kosakowo Airport from 1st – 4th July.


Playing in only two European cities this year: London and Gdynia, Drake, one of the most exciting global stars to have emerged in the past few years, will take to the stage as Wednesday’s headline act for his first time in Poland. Expect Drake’s ‘Energy’ to kick-start the festival atmosphere.

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Bringing a mix of electronica, pop, hip-hop and musical experiments galore Alt J, Alabama Shakes and A$AP Rocky are also announced as part of the line-up that will keep Friday night revellers dancing into the early hours of the morning. Wednesday will see other unmissable appearances from Chet Faker, Die Antwood, Modest Mouse, Father John Misty, Kodaline and many more.

The Libertines

Thursday sees Pete Doherty and Carl Barât perform once again as The Libertines in Poland for the first time ever. Faithless return as Faithless 2.0, playing Open’er as one of a series of exclusive gigs celebrating their 20th anniversary, with their set of bass-bashing beats to warm the crowd into a frenzy before ‘The Likely Lads’ hit the stage.

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Major Lazer’s truly astonishing live presence at Open’er will be a one-of-a-kind mixture of low bass, Jamaican dancehall beats; baile funk, rap excursions and EDM thump that guarantee to make it the party of the year. Also on the line up for Thursday are Enter Shikari, Django Django, Refused, Eagles of Death Metal and Tom Odell.


Friday’s line-up is a cacophony of music for all tastes with headliners Mumford & Sons on the same bill as dance and soul legends The Prodigy and D’Angelo. The Prodigy return to Open’er after six years, with D’Angelo and The Vanguard returning from his three year exodus to ensure revellers are treated to a taut, upbeat set of polemic funk.

THE GUARDIAN Originally shot for The Guardian, April 2014. Pictured here are English rock band Kasabian. These photographs were published in an interview where the group talk about their upcoming 5th album and headlining set at Glastonbury 2014. Kasabian (Band). Linda Nylind/The Guardian. 24/04/2014.

On the final day, Saturday’s crowd will be treated to the finest in indie rock from Kasabian who are set to return to the festival after 5 years. With Disclosure closing the day on the Main Stage, following one of the hottest names in dance music, Flume, chart-topping Hozier and young producer Kaytranada ensuring the vibe is kept alive into the early hours of Sunday morning.

Tickets to Open’er Festival are available now at ALTERSHOP.