European Music Fair
European Music Fair Co Jest Grane 24 is a one big social (networking) platform - a place where plenty of fruitful connections and relationships come to life.
What is more important, it is the event which strives to generate a thriving change on the Polish music scene (but not only). During our fair, fans can meet with the artists, musicians with publishers, professionals with apprentices, composers with receivers, Poles with international guests and other experts from the music industry. Shortly speaking, our event is devoted to anyone who loves everything about the widely understood field of music and wishes to explore it to a great extent.
Thus, our music fair is about networking, valuable exchange of insights, experiences, but also vibrant discussions about the latest trends, fast-paced technological changes and all other new phenomena concerning the music industry in Poland and beyond. All of this can be found during three days in the heart of Warsaw, capital city of Poland.
In the course of our event there will be a lot of concerts where the mission is to promote Polish artists (but also their collaborations with international acts) who perform music ranging from genres such as alternative, rock, jazz, metal, folk, electronic to widely perceived pop. This shows that European Music Fair Co Jest Grane 24 is the place with no musical boundaries or restraints. It is the place of intimate encounters, full of critically acclaimed acts but also young promising bands who want to break through into the bigger picture of music scene.
Furthermore, European Music Fair Co Jest Grane 24 delivers a wide range of interesting panel discussions, debates, workshops, lectures – a big international conference presenting over 50 topics that are important, both to the music industry itself and the whole field of culture and entertainment.
Around 80 artists will perform in various venues in the strict city centre including The Palace of Culture and Science, ‘Dramatyczny’ Theatre, ‘Studio’ Theatre, ‘Kulturalna’ Café, ‘Bar Studio’. Concerts of famous artists and almost intimate conversations with them, presentations of everything what is new and mind-boggling in the music industry (and perhaps in the future also crucial for the native music scene), official and behind the scenes encounters of music business representatives – all of this will take place in Warsaw as part of 6th edition of European Music Fair Co Jest Grane. During the last weekend of November (10th-12th), it will be the place where the pounding sound of Polish music industry’ heartbeat can be heard and felt.