Dawid Podsiadło, Brodka and Tymek will headline the AmfiTunes festival. The event will take place in the recently opened Summer Theatre in Szczecin. Along with the three artists, concerts will also be given by Ralph Kaminski, Szczyl and rock band WaluśKraksaKryzys.
The AmfiTunes festival, highlighting the opening of the Helena Majdaniec Summer Theatre in Szczecin, will take place on 6 – 7 August 2022.
The event will provide an opportunity to listen to concerts given by top Polish singers in this new venue on the cultural map of the city.
The first day of the festival, 6 August, will feature performances by Dawid Podsiadło ‒ one of the top Polish pop singers, returning with a new album and selling out tickets to stadium-based concerts; Ralph Kaminski ‒ an artist delivering exceptional performances; and WaluśKraksaKryzys ‒ an uncompromising rock band.
On the second day, 7 August, concerts will be given by other renowned and popular artists, including Brodka whose artistic achievements need no introduction; Tymek whose music is not confined to any particular genre; and Szczyl ‒ a young artist with a well-received debut album.
The festival will form part of the Floating Garden project. Within its framework, Szczecin makes investments and takes actions aimed at becoming a more eco-friendly city, such as revitalising old buildings and launching the Eco Generator waste incineration plant.
Ticket sales will be launched on Tuesday, 19 April 2022, at 12.00 on: https://www.ebilet.pl/muzyka/festiwale/amfitunes/.
The event will be organised jointly by Szczecińska Agencja Artystyczna [Szczecin Art Agency] and the MUZK agency, with the Szczecin Amphitheatre and the City of Szczecin acting as the event partners.
6-7 August 2022
The Helena Majdaniec Summer Theatre in Szczecin
The Helena Majdaniec Summer Theatre in Szczecin is one of the most beautiful outdoor art facilities in Poland
It is the summer cultural centre of Szczecin and an architectural icon of the Floating Garden brand. The identity of the theatre is made up of its rich cultural achievements, a spectacular visual character, harmony with nature and lofty aspirations of Szczecin residents.
The theatre is integrated into the green axis of Szczecin, leading from the vast area of Jasne Błonia to the extensive Wkrzańska Forest, with the surrounding Kasprowicza Park that has been the most popular recreational area in Szczecin for over a century.
The theatre building is harmoniously blended into the steep slope of the Niemierzyńska Valley, surrounded by an impressive stand of park trees and the charming Lake Rusałka. Just behind the theatre, other green spaces stretch out to the north, including the Rose Garden, the Słowackiego Park, the Syrenie Stawy lake complex, the Arkoński Forest and the Głębokie housing estate. All these jointly create an urban greenery complex that is unique on the national scale.
In 2015, a decision was made to reconstruct the building so that it would match the Floating Garden project, while retaining its characteristic features. The modernisation design was developed by the Flanagan Lawrence architectural office from London, which was selected in a competition. The theatre can now accommodate up to 2600 visitors in a fully roofed auditorium.
The Summer Theatre reflects the essence of Szczecin’s identity, combining a sense of freedom, stunning architecture, natural beauty and the tradition of the place. By participating in the events held at this venue, the audience can spend some really unforgettable moments, and the artists can experience performing in a truly unique space.