Our carefully picked recommendations for the coming weekend in Warsaw:

SATURDAY, 15 April
#SIGHTSEEING
Holy Saturday

“Święconka” means "the blessing of the Easter baskets," is one of the most beloved Polish traditions possibly originated from a pagan ritual. Baskets containing a selection of food, from which the most important are the decorated eggs, are brought to church to be blessed on Holy Saturday. Enjoy a morning walk in the Old City area and drop in a church to see all the beautiful Easter baskets.

Where: Old City area (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 15 April, 08:00 - 12:00
How much: free
SATURDAY, 15 April
#MUSEUM
"The Beguiling Siren is Thy Crest"

GUIDED TOUR IN ENGLISH!The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw opens in its new premises on the banks of the Vistula with an exhibition entitled “The Beguiling Siren is Thy Crest”. It delves into the cultural connotations of Warsaw’s symbol, and its universality in the context of creating a modern urban identity.

Where: MUSEUM on the Vistula (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 15 April, 14:00
How much: free
Details: click here
FRIDAY, 14 April
#CONCERT
Kingsdown

Kingsdown is a high energy American Rock n Roll band from Arkansas. Hope and Love make way for 3 words to describe this band...Life, Love, Rock n Roll. They exist for the hope of making you feel beautiful, loved, and alive through our music and performance ... The second band to perform on the stage will be Eo Ipso from Warsaw.

Where: Chmury Club (click to open map)
When: Friday, 14 April, 20:00
How much: 10 pln
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FRIDAY, 14 April
#CONCERT
V/A #16 Wilhelm Bras / Jung An Tagen / Nachtbote

A concert series of experimental music, improvisation, electronic sound.This time performing: Jung An Tagen and Wilhelm Bras. It’s not always easy to keep track, yet every part of the puzzle follows a distinct aesthetic idea about subconscious states, body & time!

Where: Mózg Club (click to open map)
When: Friday, 14 April, 20:00
How much: 15 pln
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SATURDAY, 15 April
#CONCERT
PAIN

PAIN is a musical project from Sweden that mixes heavy metal with influences from electronic music and techno. The project started out as a hobby project for front man Peter Tägtgren, whose idea was to fuse heavy metal with 1980s-inspired electro-industrial and techno influences..

Where: Progresja Music Club (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 15 April, 18:30
How much: 80 pln
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