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Application Form Price: 125 € Date: 28 - 1 October, 2025
Location: KRAKOW, Poland
Director: K.A.H..& WOFA
Application Deadline: 15 July, 2024
Groups pay in advance a 10% guarantee fee, which is to be deducted at the final payment.

                                          I N V I T A T I O N

  With pleasure we INVITE you (Folk ensembles, Choral groups, Ballroom dance teams, art schools, Music theatre, modern dance teams, orchestras and majorette teams), (children and youth  groups) to participate on  XI KRAKOW DANCE ANDMUSIC FESTIVAL from 28 Septembar 01 October 

KRAKOW The capital of Poland until the end of the sixteenth century, Krakow has been superseded by Warsaw, and is now the fourth largest city in the country, but is often still referred to as the country's cultural capital. The world-renowned Jagellonian University, Wawel Castle and one of Europe's largest market squares are all contained in one of the best-preserved medieval city centers in Europe. The largely unspoilt Old Town has now been declared a World Heritage Site. Laid out in 1257, the RynekGlowny (Main Market Square) is one of the largest medieval market squares in Europe - the centerpiece of a town plan which was, and remains, a remarkable piece of town planning. The grid-like pattern of streets surrounded by a treelined pedestrian avenue (once the limit of the city walls) makes it easy even today to walk around the city. To the south, and connected to the Market Square by the long, straight Grodzkastreet, lies Wawel Castle, the seat of Polish kings from the eleventh to the early seventeenth century.


Folklore groups, orchestras, majorettes, modern dance groups, choirs, music bands from all over the world

The number of the participants are not limited

No age limits

Participation fee:

125 euro per person - Youth Hostel

132 euro per person - 1* Hotel, Apartment

142 euro per person - 2** Hotel

159 euro per person - 3*** Hotel

Additional days can be booked on demand (the price depends on the type of accommodation)

Participation fee includes:

Participation in the festival concerts (2 performances)



City tax

Diplomas, gifts

Participation fee does not include:


Optional programs (only recommendations, not arranged by the organizers)



28 September

Afternoon arrival in Krakow.

Occupying the accommodation, meeting with group leaders

Dinner, free program – walking in the Vistula River

29 September

Breakfast, optional sightseeing in Krakow

(Main Square, Church of St. Adalbert, Town Hall Tower,

Wawel Castle, Basilica)



30 September

Breakfast, optional program – boat trip on the river Vistula

Tour to Czestochowa (Jasna Góra Monastery)

Performance – gala concert


1 October


Breakfast, departure of participants


Groups pay in advance a 10% guarantee fee, which is to be deducted at the final payment.

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