Our carefully picked recommendations for the coming week in Warsaw:
WEDNESDAY, 19 April #SIGHTSEEING 74. Anniversary of the Ghetto Uprising Daffodils symbolize memory, respect, and hope. They are linked to the story of Marek Edelman, the last commander of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. 19 April is the 74. Anniversary of the Uprising. The official celebrations will take place at the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes at noon, but you can visit the site anytime.
Where: POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews (click to open map) When: Wednesday, 19 April, 12:00 How much: free
WEDNESDAY, 19 April #CONCERT Coma The best Polish rock band live! Coma was founded in June 1998 in Łódź. It is one of the most successful rock bands on the Polish music scene of the last decade. As of 2013, the band has released four Polish-language studio albums, two English-language studio albums, and two live albums.
THURSDAY, 20 April #CONCERT Liar Thief Bandit Liar Thief Bandit is a trio with one foot in the 70's rock sensation and the other deep in the late '90s punk/garage/hard rock revival. Despite the influencial homage to the history of rock and roll, the main ambition is to move forward. Enlighten those who are yet to be enlightened, amaze those who are yet to be amazed. To inspire and most importantly keep the music very much alive.
WEDNESDAY, 19 April #CONCERT Bass Astral x Igo x Miłość Producer Kuba Tracz and vocalist Igor Walaszek are members of a rock band Clock Machine. They side project is far from rock music. They are experimenting with electronica looking for new solutions and creating they very own, unique style.
THURSDAY, 20 April #CONCERT Bednarek: reggae and dancehall Kamil Bednarek is a Polish reggae and dancehall vocalist, songwriter, composer and musician. He is best known as the runner-up in the third series of Polish „Got Talent!”. Since 2012, he's been the lead vocalist of a band named Bednarek, which released a number-one album „Jestem...” in November 2012.