Apr 102014
 

The first edition of the XpARTy Festival took place in autumn 2013 – an event that brought diverse elements of Krakow’s wildly varied expat community together for concerts, films, exhibitions and sing-alongs.

Now, it’s back for a Spring edition with a distinctly Latin feel. Two days of concerts and dance, and even an opportunity to try out your karaoke skills in Spanish!

The headline acts for this weekend (April 11-12):

Dikanda – A Polish band with a passion for traditional folk music, re-imagined for a modern audience

Dikanda
Gravity – Purveyors of energetic, melodic rock this Spanish-Polish trio has earned its rep on Krakow’s gig scene over the past few years.

gravity

Quilombo – Highly skilled and experienced musicians to guide us through the delights of Brazilian, African and Caribbean rhythms.

quilombo

Visit the XpARTy website to learn more and book tickets.

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