Radiohead and the Foo Fighters are headlining the event - while G-Eazy also joins
Prophets Of Rage and G-Eazy have been added to the line-up at next year’s Open’er festival in Poland.
The band, who comprise of members of Rage Against The Machine, Cypress Hill and Public Enemy, join previously announced headliners Radiohead and the Foo Fighters. Grohl recently appeared on stage with Prophets Of Rage’s in Toronto.
G-Eazy meanwhile, will be performing on the main stage on June 29.
The rest of the line-up is yet to be announced, but last year’s stellar bill featured the likes of LCD Soundsystem, Foals, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Last Shadow Puppets, Bastille and many more – so anticipation is high for another massive weekend.
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Open’er takes place at Kosakowo Airport in Gdynia from June 28-July 1. Tickets are on sale now from the festival’s website. They are priced at 107e (£95.50) for four-day passes.
Fans are keeping an eye on Foo Fighters’ interactive ‘European passport’ to see where else their world tour will call in 2017.
Foo Fighters are expected to release a new album next year – despite reports that Dave Grohl is said to be working on a solo album and drummer Taylor Hawkins has also announced his debut solo effort.
They are also set to headline Denmark’s Roskilde Festival 2017, which takes place the same week as next year’s Glastonbury Festival.
Foo Fighters last played the Danish festival in 2005 and will return for what is being billed as their only Scandinavian show of next summer. Other acts confirmed for Roskilde include Trentemøller, Angel Olsen, Moderat/Modeselektor and Jenny Hval.
Meanwhile, it’s the first time Radiohead have played at Open’er, though Jonny Greenwood has performed solo shows there in 2012 and 2015.
The news of Radiohead’s appearance follows confirmation that the band are headlining Glastonbury for the first time since 2003 next year. They last played a British festival when they made a secret Park Stage appearance at Glastonbury in 2011 for ‘The King Of Limbs’.
Since touring began in May for new album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’, Radiohead have played 26 shows.