Open’er took place last week in Poland, packing a killer lineup that included The Vaccines, The Prodigy, Alt-J and more. Here’s 22 of our snapper’s best shots from an awesome couple of days in Gdynia…
Here’s The Vaccines bringing the splendid sounds of their recent album to Poland. Shout-out to frontman Justin Young’s stylish cowboy get-up.
Here’s The Prodigy midway through their stripped back acoustic. Just kidding – it was their normal blisteringly loud spectacle.
Their first show since dropping new single ‘Gunga Din’, The Libertines were on imperious form at Open’er, with the boys likely still buzzing from their Glastonbury secret show.
Another Libs shot, this time from the side of the stage, with Carl caught mid-headbang.
Johnny Greenwood took a break from preparations for the next Radiohead album to dazzle the Polish crowds with his classical compositions.
Eccentric folk troubadour Father John Misty gettin’ on down.
Enter Shikari got up close and personal with fans during their energetic set on Thursday.
A spot of casual crowd-surfing for this Enter Shikari fan.
Here’s Eagles of Death Metal, mid-sleazy punk onslaught.
D’Angelo: slickest voice and future-soul licks in the game, and a natty camo jacket to boot. What’s not to love?
The view from the crowd for Alt-J.
A colourful show as usual from Die Antwoord.
Yep, Open’er was even sunny, as well as packing an amazing lineup.
Django Django bringin’ the noise.
The Disclosure crowd going suitably mad.
Disclosure in action.
Mumford and Sons’ Marcus doing his thing. The folk band you knew of old? They’re gone now. Long live the new, rockier Mumfords.
Hands up if you’re excited for Mumford and Sons‘ set? Yep, thought so, Open’er crowd.
More Mumford & Sons.
A$AP Rocky doing the can-can.
Kasabian caught side-of-stage.
Sharp new buzz cut for Tom Meighan, there.