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Enea Spring Break Showcase Festival & Conference – a pioneering event in Polish music industry!

At Enea Spring Break shows of young, aspiring groups are accompanied by workshops and panels for both the industry people and participants.

The goal of the event is to present young, Polish bands to influential people from the music industry as well as give those bands an opportunity to perform for audience craving for new music. The presence of delegates from the biggest Polish record labels, festivals, streaming services, cultural institutions and bands’ managers makes it the best place to launch a career. Many bands that played during first edition of Spring Break ended up playing at biggest Polish festivals such as Open’er, OFF or Jarocin during the summer. Between 24th and 26th April 2014 for the first time in Poland viewers had a possibility to enjoy an event, which is a very important part of the cultural life in other countries. It was the first showcase festival in Poland and it definitely showed that this country really needed it!

More than 100 concerts took place in thirteen venues in the centre of Poznan at Spring Break 2015!

Almost 200 industry delegates appeared and many international guests came to Spring Break to become acquainted with the young Polish music scene!

Third edition of Enea Spring Break took place in April 2016. It was the biggest edition with few thousands tickets sold and a big stage in the city centre at Plac Wolności.

Fourth edition will take place between 20th and 22nd of April 2017.

Enea Spring Break 2017 Aftermovie!

25/05/2017

Check out this year’s aftermovie:

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Enea Spring Break schedule announced!

10/04/2017

This year’s schedule has been announced!

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Daily schedule of the festival announced! MaJLo will perform at Enea Spring Break!

27/03/2017

MaJLo wil perform at Enea Spring Break! He will replace a band The Hove.

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Organizator: Współorganizatorzy: Sponsor Partner muzyczny
Dofinansowano ze środków
budżetu miasta
Projekt współfinansowany
przez Samorząd Województwa Wielkopolskiego
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