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13 Stunning Images Of Blur, Kings Of Leon & More At Open'er

By NME Blog

Posted on 09 Jul 13

 
 

NME went to Open'er festival in Poland to see Blur, Arctic Monkeys, Queens Of The Stone Age, Kings Of Leon and more. It was a feast of headliners in a Balkan setting and here are 13 beautiful images blown up to big picture format for your viewing pleasure.

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Blur played their first ever gig in Polan, as they headlined day one of Open'er Festival in Gdynia. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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"So it has taken us 23 years to come to Poland, it's really lovely to be here," said frontman Damon Albarn after set opener 'Girls & Boys'. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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They also played 'There's No Other Way', 'Beetlebum', 'Out Of Time' and a feedback-heavy 'Trimm Trabb'. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Miguel played songs from his album 'Kaleidoscope Dream' and, by the looks of things, roasted. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Put your hands in the air like you just don't care. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Eyebrows, watch, facial expression.. there are so many amazing things about this photo of Nick Cave. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Tame Impala's Kevin Parker's just seen his worst enemy in the crowd. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Chilli from Palma Violets and his fans - it's like the early days of Beatlemania . Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Arctic Monkeys pick up from their Glastonbury headline set. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Everything Everything's Jeremy shows off his wardrobe. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Alice Glass from Crystal Castles does what she does best. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Kings Of Leon played a career-spanning set including new track 'It Don't Matter' from new album 'Mechanical Bull'. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME



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Beginning with 'Crawl', the four-piece then fired straight into 'Four Kicks' and 'Taper Jean Girl'. Photo: Richard Johnson/NME

 
 
 
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