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1) Howl at the Moon on Lunateque in SPATiF
DJ Lunateque will treat you to a mix of Britpop, indie, New Wave, punk, ska, glam rock, and millions more that will keep you dancing all through the night and make you wish you never have to go to sleep again.
When: Friday, January 31 from 21:00 to 04:00
Where: Klub SPATiF – Aleje Ujazdowskie 45
2) Get yourself in a party mode on Latino Roller Disco in Wrotkarnia
If you enjoy rollerskating, dancing, and Latino music – that’s the place to be! You can rent the skates at the venue. Better yet, you don’t even need to know one thing about rollerskating since you can ask professional instructors for help.
When: Saturday, February 1 from 18:00 to 21:00
Where: Wrotkarnia RollerDisco – Połczyńska 115
3) UFO students’ festival in Batory high school
It is this time of the year when the students of the renowned Batory High School amaze the audience with their talents during a legendary two-day festival. The place to be if you want to see the future of Polish art scene.
When: Thursday and Friday, January 30 – 31, from 17:00 to 22:00
Where: Zespół Szkół im. Stefana Batorego – Myśliwiecka 6
4) Celebrate DZiK’s 7th birthday on a Warsaw-themed dancing
DZiK invites to its 7th birthday party which will begin with a concert inspired by Warsaw’s musical tradition that will surely get you dancing. Later, the stage will be taken by DJs. Even before the party begins for good, you will have a chance to try out DZiK’s new menu prepared by its chef – Szymon Althamer.
When: Friday, January 31 from 21:00 to 05:00
Where: DZiK – Belwederska 44A
5) Delight in international street food on Wielka Uczta Warszawska
Wielka Uczta Warszawska opens up tens of possibilities to discover street food from various countries as well as to buy products you will need to recreate these recipes at home. What is more, on both days you can attend live-cooking shows and culinary workshops hosted by the top cooking influencers from Poland.
When: February 1 from 12:00 – February 2 till 20:00
Where: Centrum Praskie Koneser – Plac Konesera
6) Spice up your wardrobe at VINTAGE DAY in Kino Luna
This one-day-only vintage fashion fair offers an insight into a unique offer of small Polish brands creating one-of-a-kind clothing items inspired by the 1960s cinema.
When: Saturday, February 1 from 12:00 to 17:00
Where: Kino Luna – Marszałkowska 28
7) Enter the Jungle on Klimat party in NIEBO
Hawaiian street food, palm trees, jungle decor, and electronic beats will fill NIEBO on this exceptional Friday party. 1% of the revenue from the tickets will be donated to Nasza Ziemia Foundation
When: Friday, January 31 from 22:30 to 05:00
Where: NIEBO – Nowy Świat 21,
8) Dance the winter away on silent disco in barStudio
The time has come for the first silent disco at barStudio this year. Your choice of music will include hip-hop, disco, synthpop, and much more.
When: Friday, January 31 from 23:00 to 05:00
Where: barStudio – Plac Defilad 1
9) Party in style on Venice Carnival Ball by Must Be Moët & Chandon
On Saturday, STIXX Bar&Grill will take you to a party like no other – Venice Carnival Ball! One of the attractions will be a trapeze show.
When: Saturday, February 1 from 20:00 to 04:00
Where: STIXX Bar & Grill – Plac Europejski 4A
10) Unleash your creativity at open reading room and discussion groups at Architecture: Common Good
Curie City invites to dive into its rich collection of multi-linguistic books about art, architecture, science, and performative arts and later share your reflections, feelings, ideas with other participants in open discussion groups.
When: Friday, January 31 from 16:00
Where: Curie City – Tamka 36
11) See Warsaw through the lenses of hip young local photographers at Historie warszawskie in WARMUT
WARMUT, the only vermouth bar in Warsaw, will transform its second floor into an art gallery exhibiting the images of Warsaw as seen by young, local artists who have already started to make names for themselves in the international art world. At 9 pm there will also be a concert of the legendary Warsaw folk group – Kapela Warszawska. You will also find a number of drinks inspired by Warsaw at the bar.
When: Friday, January 31 from 19:00 to 03:00
Where: WARMUT – Marszałkowska 45/49
12) Warsaw Alternative Tour
A city tour where you will hop on an original communist van restored to perfection and explore Warsaw’s hidden sights.
When: Every day
Where: pick up at your place/hotel
13) Make Pierogi (Traditional Polish Dumplings) from scratch
No trip to Poland is complete unless you try the famous Polish dumplings. Or, even better, learn how to make them yourself.
The name of this dish probably derives from the Polish verb “to drink”, making pierogi the ultimate choice for party food. The class ends with pierogi lunch or dinner, so we strongly advise you to come hungry.
When: Every day