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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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