Vampire Weekend, Rudimental and Lil Uzi Vert join the huge 2019 Open’er Festival Line-up

The eclectic festival line-up has announced a host of acts for its 2019 line-up

Poland’s Open’er Festival has added a host of new acts to its line-up next summer, including Vampire Weekend, Rudimental, Lil Uzi Vert and Sheck Wes.

The festival, which will run from July 3-6 in Gydnia, Poland has already announced that The 1975, Travis Scott and Greta Van Fleet will also appear next year. Early bird tickets are on sale until December 17 and can be purchased here.


The festival marks Vampire Weekend’s first time at Open’er and Poland ahead of their anticipated album release next year. Entitled ‘Mitsubishi Macchiato’, its release date is yet to be confirmed.

Back in August, the band played five new songs at a Lollapolooza after show, hinting at what their new album may sound like.

Meanwhile, Rudimental recently joined forces with Rita Ora when the two collaborated on a new song, ‘Summer Love’.

It’s the first time the London drum’n’bass band have worked with the ‘Let You Love Me’ singer.


‘Summer Love’ is the fourth song shared from Rudimental’s upcoming album, ‘Toast To Our Differences’. Previous singles include: ‘These Days’, featuring Jess Glyne, Macklemore and Dan Caplen; ‘Let Me Live’, featuring Anne Marie and Mr. Eazi; and ‘Walk Alone’, featuring Tom Walker.

Lil Uzi Vert was recently announced as a headliner for Dublin’s Longitude festival next year. The rapper will appear alongside the likes of Chance The RapperA$AP Rocky and Brockhampton.

In 2018, Open’er Festival saw Arctic Monkeys, Depeche Mode and Gorillaz play headline sets alongside others from David ByrneYears & Years and Bruno Mars.

Reviewing Depeche Mode at the 2018 festival, NME wrote: “Depeche Mode headlined the second day of Open’er festival in Poland last night (July 5), wowing the 60,000-strong crowd with a 90-minute set crammed with classics.

“…We’ve got one more song for you,” Gahan told the crowd between impressions of an evil albatross, “we’re going way back in time, you weren’t even alive.” The band then closed the set with an effervescent ‘Just Can’t Get Enough’, with Gahan screaming “1981!” mid-song.”