The final concert: crossing the music barriers
Monday, 14 may 2012 (11:48)

Power of music and images, familiar songs in a new form, and first of all great voice and charisma - these words can sum up the monumental spectacle with Peter Gabriel admired by over 11 thousand people on sunday night, during final concert of LFO 2012. Before the stage was taken by the former leader of Genesis, artists such as Teddy Jr., Antwerp Gipsy-Ska Orkestra and Kroke (vocally supported by Anna Maria Jopek) presented their music at the MOSiR stadium. »

Peter Gabriel's message to LFO 2012
Monday, 14 may 2012 (11:07)

I couldn’t really understand what you were trying to do here, but after visiting the camps at Auschwitz and Birkenau I’m getting some sense of what might be going on. »

Multi-ethnic music at the Old City Square
Sunday, 13 may 2012 (11:59)

Maroon Town, Sara Lugo, Shachar Gilad and Dżem - these bands filled Old Market Square in Oswiecim with the sounds of various types of music from different parts of the world during the multi-ethnic concert. »

Day of artistic experience
Saturday, 12 may 2012 (10:22)

The second day of LFO was filled by artistic feelings. Opening of a mural by Andrzej Pągowski and the documentary movie "Eyes and Ears of God" by Tomo Križnar was a part of non-music events. But perfection of the evening was Krystyna Janda, who could be seen during frying eggs and wearing pink dressing-gown while performing famous monodrama "Shirley Valentine" on the Oświęcim’s Culture Centre stage. »

Festival support:

Final concert - MOSiR Stadium, (ul. Legionów 15) Gates open – 16.00
• 16:45 - Teddy Jr.
• 17:30 - Antwerp Gipsy–Ska Orkestra
• 19:00 - Kroke & Anna Maria Jopek
• 20:30 - Peter Gabriel