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ORANGE WARSAW FESTIVAL 2010

World-wide famous stars and various music styles were attractions of the third edition of Orange Warsaw Festival which took place on the 28th and 29th of August at the area of Służewiec horsing track in Warsaw.
It was two days of real music! Fascinating comeback of Edyta Bartosiewicz, rock energy of Courtney Love, unique show of Mika and energetic show of Nelly Furtado – it was the stage and the climate of Orange Warsaw Festival 2010!


The first day of the festival belonged definitely to Edyta Bartosiewicz. The audience didn’t want to let the artist go off the stage. Edyta was touched too. She sang her greatest hits in new arrangements and some new tracks from her newly released album. Prior to Edyta there was a concert of controversial Courtney Love and the band named Hole. It was a truly wild rock performance. They played tough, wild and decisive. Love played an encore and also performed ‘Jeremy’, the hit of Pearl Jam, upon the request of the audience. Eddie Vedder would definitely not be ashamed of her version. Saturday was also the day of White Lies, Kumka Olik and Kim Nowak, while on Sunday there were concerts of Aura Dione and Lisa Hannigan. Afterwards, there was time for some Polish accents. Barefoot Monika Brodka sang the hits from her newest album. However, the real show was performed by Mika, a remarkable artist from Lebanon, who entirely worked his magic on the audience with songs and scene play. After him there was a concert of Agnieszka Chylinska who played both her own hits as well as truly rocky covers. At the end the time for Nelly Furtado came who set the stage on fire with her greatest hits.
On Sunday there was also announced the winner of WOW! Music Awards contest. The TOP 3 artists: Afromental, Boogie Town and Anna Bergendahl, played on stage. However, the viewers of TVN and listeners of Radio ZET decided that the award will go to the Polish band, Afromental.
According to estimates, the two days of Orange Warsaw Festival were attended by more than 30,000 people.
Line up: Kumka Olik, Kim Nowak, White Lies, Hole, Edyta Bartosiewicz, Aura Dione, Lisa Hannigan, Monika Brodka, Mika, Agnieszka Chylińska, Nelly Furtado