Edyta Bartosiewicz

If you remember the 90s in Poland, you likely know the albums Sen, Szok’n’Show, and Dziecko by heart and will rush the front row to sing along. For anyone else who missed the reign of Edyta Bartosiewicz, this is your chance to make up for lost time. One of Poland’s most outstanding singer-songwriters skyrocketed to fame with her debut LP Love, but her first Polish-language record — 1994’s Sen — was a cultural phenomenon, selling upwards of half a million copies. Her subsequent albums only cemented her status. Bartosiewicz disappeared from the music scene in the late nineties, only to reemerge in 2013 with the LP Renovatio. The world — and with it the music scene — has changed, but her songs remains as great as they ever were.

Day: Saturday Stage: T Tent


545 PLN,
3-day + camping site
681,50 PLN,
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