Our carefully picked recommendations for the coming weekend in Warsaw:

FRIDAY, 7 April
#CONCERT
Kamp!

This Polish trio is one of the modern electronic bands we can be proudest of. They started gaining local popularity already back in 2008 but it was not until 2011 when their smash hit Cairo (released by Discotexas and remixed by Moullinex) hit the dancefloors across Europe that they really got an almost-cult-status. Do you already feel you want to see them live?:) Don’t miss this gig and put your dancing shoes on!

Where: Palladium, ul. Złota 9 (click to open map)
When: Friday, 7 April, 7pm
How much: 50pln
Details: click here
SATURDAY, 8 April
#SHOPPING
Grand Bazar

How about a visit to a pre-war department store which, at least for a day, will turn into a bazaar selling clothes, accessories, jewellery and shoes from around 100 young Polish brands and independent designers? Polish clothes start becoming more and more appreciated in Europe so don’t miss your chance to hunt for something really cool as a souvenir from Warsaw!

Where: Dom Towarowy Bracia Jabłkowscy, ul. Bracka (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 8 April, 11am-7pm
How much: free admission
Details: click here
FRIDAY, 7 April
#CONCERT
Folk magic

Words turned into a chant have a magical power to transform reality - bring back the one you love, cure you, make you wealthy...well, at least you may try to use some of the folk songs of Polish and not only Polish folklore and check if it works ! Old tales, old songs and young voices in the venue which is a XIXth century military fort in surounded with a park. Leave the tourist spots and expierence some off beaten track Warsaw!

Where: Nowy Fort, ul.Stefana Czarnieckiego 51 (click to open map)
When: Friday, 7 April, 8pm - sharp
How much: pay-as-you-wish
Details: click here
SATURDAY, 8 April
#DRINKING
Beer deserves its own festival!

Especially if it's Polish beer. If you poked your nose out of the Old Town already, you must have seen the dozens of craft beer bars all around the city (admittedly, two very nice ones are in the Old Town itself, on Nowomiejska street). If you want to explore the wonders of Polish brewmaking, don't miss this event. You'll get the chance to try the craziest combinations - here's what the organizers have to say: "We present all faces of the Polish craft beer movement – we're inviting brewers and homebrewers, bloggers, beer aficionados and hopheads. With no bullshit, we'll show you the new school of brewing." Convinced? 😉 You have time to decide if you're attending until Saturday, as the festival is a 3-day affair.

Where: Legia Stadium, ul.Łazienkowska 3 (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 8 April, 4 PM-midnight
How much: 10 PLN
Details: click here
SATURDAY, 8 April
#PARTY
De Cumbia Madre

Global Bass / Cumbia / BaileFunk / Kuduro / Moombahton / Trap / Soca / Brega / Balkan Beats and who knows what else! All these exotic rhythms will take you directly from Warsaw to the warm beaches of the Caribbean, South America and Africa, which is exactly the aim of the organizers of the Global Diggers Party. They are a collective of djs who are promoters fascinated with global bass and dancy ethno music from all over the world. With today’s globalization, everything is possible! Tonight they will be joined by Cumbia Mać!-a Chilian-Spanish-Polish 10 members band. The venue is worth a visit itself - it's a beautiful pre-war villa.

Where: Dzik, ul.Belwederska 44a (click to open map)
When: Saturday, 8 April, 10pm
How much: 15pln until 11 pm, 20 pln after
Details: click here