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Eric Shoves Them In His Pockets, photo: Sophie Thun

This year, three Polish bands will perform at one of the most important showcase and networking events in the region – MENT Ljubljana. Niemoc, Maniucha & Ksawery and Eric Shoves Them in His Pockets will take the stage in Ljubljana.

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Hatti Vatti, photo: Krystian Bielatowicz

Three Polish bands will perform during the Reeperbahn Festival this September in Hamburg. The Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland showcase at Sommersalon on 21st September will feature BAASCH, BeMy and Hatti Vatti.

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OFF Festival, photo: Adam Burakowski

Seattle’s KEXP — a radio station that lives and breathes music — are coming back to the Three Pond Valley for the third time. Tune in on Friday, 4th August 2017 for several hours of live coverage straight from the OFF Festival. The whole world’s going to be listening!

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jazzahead! 2016, press materials

We proudly announce that Poland was chosen to be next year's jazzahead! partner country. Messe Bremen has invited Poland to be its partner country at the trade fair as well as the 2018 edition of the festival.

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Stara Rzeka, photo: Desi Estevez

From Estonia through Spain and back to Poland: Find out where well-known and up-and-coming Polish bands and musicians will perform this year.

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zespół Hańba!, fot. V. Krol

Four artists – Hańba, Better Person, Rosa Vertov and Mateusz Franczak – specially selected by the Adam Mickiewicz Institute and Enea Spring Break, will perform on Thursday April 20th at Scena na Piętrze.

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Songwriting camp in Tallinn, photo: press materials.

Tallinn Music Week (TMW), Music Estonia, Estonian song contest Eesti Laul and Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland have joined their forces again to organise another professional song-writing camp in the Baltics from 27 - 30 March 2017. The writing and recording period will last for two days (March 28 and 29).

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Coals, photo: Monika Bernacka/kronikimoniki.tumblr.com, courtesy of the artist

MENT Ljubljana (1-3 February 2017) is hosting three Polish acts this year: Coals, Sotei and Teielte. Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland will host a reception at Kino Šiška and a large number of Polish delegates will take part in the conference panels.

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Trupa Trupa, photo: promotional materials

Two Polish bands are playing this year at Eurosonic Noorderslag – Buslav and Trupa Trupa! The event, which takes place in Groningen, Netherlands is highly opinion-forming and the biggest European music showcase festival. The 31st edition will happen between January 11th – 14th.

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Dagadana & friends, photo: press materials

In the World Music Charts Europe, a prestigeous ranking of the 150 best albums of 2016, prepared by the members of the Worldmusic Workshop of the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), DAGADANA’s album Meridian 68 was ranked 48th.

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Coals, photo: Monika Bernacka/kronikimoniki.tumblr.com, courtesy of the artist

Between 16-18 November comes the Budapest Showcase Festival. It will feature upcoming musicians from all over Eastern-Europe and showcase their music for the international and regional professional public and music fans. Polish artists Brodka, Buslav, Coals will perform and Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland is a partner of the event.

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Buslav, photo: promotional materials

Four Polish bands will perform during Reeperbahn Festival 2016. The Don`t Panic! We`re from Poland showcase will take place at Häkken on September 22nd. The Don`t Panic! We`re from Poland showcase will take place at Häkken on September 22nd.

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Monika Brodka, photo: Przemysław Szyszka / SE / East News

The Poznań-based Spring Break Festival in April 2016 will feature established stars as well as debutants from the Polish independent music scene. Together with Culture.pl, the Don't Panic! We're from Poland project is a partner of the conference accompanying the festival

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The Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland project has made sure Polish artists are represented in the second edition of MENT Ljubljana, the Slovenian music festival.

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Klaudia Szafrańska and Michał Wasilewski.Photo: Sonia Szóstak

Four young bands will perform during the second day of the 2015 Reeperbahn Festival in Hamburg, considered the biggest music showcase in Europe.

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Iga Zawadzińska, Michał Hajduk, Królik, Krzysztof Halicz, Barbara Feliga, photo: IAM

They’re the ones sending out music with a blue-and-pink bunny to Primavera, The Great Escape, and the Jazzahead festivals. Culture.pl talks to Iga Zawadzińska, Michał Hajduk, Krzysztof Halicz, and Barbara Feliga from the Don't Panic We're from Poland project of the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.

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Mister D., photo: press materials

Mister D. is to invade London on January 28th. The most controversial and kitschiest Polish musical project of 2014 will be played live at Hoxton Square Bar. Who is Mister D., and why should you attend?

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The second part of the Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland compilation premièred on 17th November, 2014.

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Don't Panic! We're from Poland

Artists, promoters and managers associated with ethno and folk music are to present themselves at WOMEX, the biggest music fair in Europe, which takes place in Santiago de Compostella.

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