National Polish Song Festival (KFPP)
There is one scene in Poland where every artist wants to perform. Where the careers of the greatest Polish performers began. A scene where tens of now-prominent artists and hundreds of hit songs were first seen and heard. The popular Polish classics which ring from there every year mark the beginning of summer.
That scene is of course the legendary Millennium Amphitheatre, which has hosted the Polish Song Festival since 1963 – one of the oldest European festivals and the largest popular music event in Poland. It is there that artists such as Maryla Rodowicz, Marek Grechuta, Zbigniew Wodecki, Wojciech Młynarski, Seweryn Krajewski, Andrzej Piaseczny, Justyna Steczkowska, Ewa Demarczyk, Irena Santor, Skaldowie, Wilki and Budka Suflera made their first steps and presented their greatest hits.
Every year artists compete for the Anna Jantar Award for the best debut and the Karol Musioł Award for the best premiere. The ambitious Alternative Scene project incorporated several years ago extends the festival’s running time to four days. The event takes place every year in June.
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