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HERE I AM! – the inauguration event at the National Stadium in Warsaw

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HERE I AM! is the Stadium’s festival and celebration, and it’s for everyone. This event, which will be held at the National Stadium in Warsaw on 29th January 2012, is free-of-charge and open to everybody, young and old.

The Music Festival

On 29th January 2012, between 3 and 8 PM, you will have the opportunity of seeing Polish bands performing within a festival formula in the largest stadium in Poland. The line-up includes VooVoo and Haydamaky, Zakopower, Coma, T. Love, and Lady Pank.

The artists will play their greatest hits during the concert at the National Stadium and perform new compositions. Thanks to the variety of the performers and their musical styles they represent, everybody will be sure to enjoy the show. This will be a terrific festival!

The Light Show

The event will be crowned by a spectacular fireworks display from two places around the Stadium. This exceptional show will be accompanied by specially selected music and the fireworks will be easily visible in the Stadium’s surroundings, and on the west side of the Vistula River.

The light show will be performed in an area of 800m2 and at a height ranging from 75 to 200m.

The first 40 thousand participants in HERE I AM! will receive special commemorative tickets.

Event schedule:

14.00 - gates opened at the National Stadium in Warsaw
15.00 - VooVoo and Haydamaki concert
16.00 - Zakopower concert
17.00 - Coma concert
18.00 - T.Love concert
19.00 - Lady Pank concert
20.00 - fireworks display
20.30 - end of the event

The organizer of the opening event at the National Stadium in Warsaw is the National Sports Center and ARS Communication.

Patrons of the event are Telewizja Polska, Radio Zet, Ströer, and Onet.pl.

Sponsoring partners are: Hydrobudowa Polska S.A., Alpine, and PBG S.A.

Entry to the Stadium on the 29th of January is free and does not require prior reservation for any particular date.

 

 

Source: Ntional Stadium website

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