Warsaw Cross Culture Festival (Festiwal Warszawski Skrzyżowanie Kultur)

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Country and Region PolandMazowieckie
Type of Festival Music
Location of Festival Warsaw, Mazowieckie, Poland
Festival Contact Information

Warsaw Cross-Cultur Festival Office
ul. Marszałkowska 77/79
00-683 Warsaw, Poland
Phone/fax: (48) 22 849 32 86, or
(48) 22 646 49 39
Email: biuro@festival.warszawa.pl

Festival Description

The Cross-Culture Warsaw Festival, initiated by the capital city’s authorities in 2005, is a presentation of the most interesting phenomena within the field of world culture and music. It is one of the biggest  events of such kind in Poland, as well as in Central and Eastern Europe. During the past seven years of its existence, the Festival permanently fitted into the multi-cultural landscape of Warsaw, building its character and prestige and gathering its own loyal audience. Over 150 individual artists and groups from over 50 countries have presented their art within the Festival so far. Since the very beginning, the Festival has been organised by Stołeczna Estrada.

The main idea and mission of the Festival is to make Warsaw citizens and visitors open to the cultural variety of modern world. The Festival wants to be like Warsaw itself and like today’s world - more and more open and sensitive to cultural and artistic variety, interested in the others and interesting for the others. It wants to be an event that is continuously developing and searching. 

Journey into the most interesting musical regions will be accompanied by music workshops with world-class masters, documentary screenings, exhibition and a special programmes for children.

Festival Dates September 25 - 29, 2013
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  • Warsaw’s Cross-Culture Music Festival Making Waves, by Tom Ozimek (The Epoch Times, September 27, 2010)


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  • In order of appearance
    • Concha Buika. Photo by A. Oleksiak
    • Corvus Corax. Photo by Witkowski JK
    • Daisuke Yoshimoto. Photo by A. Oleksiak
    • Femi Kuti & Positive Force. Photo by Witkowski JK
    • Gypsy Queens & King


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