Unsound begins in just two days, and so it’s time to prepare you with the latest information.
The Unsound Office opens from tomorrow onward, between 12pm and 6pm in the Muzeum Historyczne Krakowa at Rynek Główny - the entrance is from Szczepańska 2. The office remains open throughout the festival week with these same hours.
If you have a festival pass, you need to go to the office to change it for a wristband. You can also find festival merch there, pick up a hard copy of the festival program, and of course purchase tickets to individual events.
Regarding tickets, online sales currently continue for the following events, which require tickets apart from the festival pass:
The status for all other events is as below. Note that where limited tickets at door is marked, numbers depend on venue capacity on the day taking festival passholders into account, so there are no guarantees.
16.10 - Remote Presence - Limited tickets at door
17.10 - Trespass - Tickets online / at office / at door
18.10 - Rapture - Tickets at office / at door
19.10 - Flare - Tickets at office / at door
19.10 - The Cloud - Tickets at door
20.10 - Matmos - Limited tickets at door
20.10 - Seismograph - Tickets online / at office / at door
21.10 - Emptyset Session 1 - Limited tickets at door
21.10 - Turbulence - Limited tickets at door
21.10 - Wind Tunnel - Tickets at office / at door
22.10 - Fracture - Limited tickets at door
22.10 - Parallax - Limited tickets at door
22.10 - Brace Position - Tickets at office / at door
23.10 - Eclipse - Limited tickets at door
As this can change, we suggest getting tickets for Hotel Forum events for Friday and Saturday in advance at the office, as these will likely sell out. Keep watching our Facebook page for the latest info, as well as news updates on this website.
There have also been a few program changes.
We are very sorry to announce that for reasons outside of his and our control, DJ Katapila has had to cancel his Unsound date - as well as all other continental Europe dates.
Although perhaps not everyone who comes to Unsound knows this, the Polish film director Andrzej Wajda was the original founder of Manggha, a Krakow venue we have worked with for years, and is very important to us and the city. Andrzej Wajda passed away last week, and as a function after his funeral takes place at Manggha on Wednesday 24th October, events have been moved from there to the Theatre Hall at ICE at 17 Konopnickiej Street. These events include:
10:45 Morning Glory 2: Gletschermusik
12:15 Panel: Instruments of Central Asia
Also now taking place in the ICE Theatre Hall, there is also a slightly changed timetable for Signal Flare.
19:00 Doors Open
19:30 Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
20:30 Rashad Becker
21:30 Horse Lords
We wish to express our condolences to the friends and family of Andrzej Wajda. He was one of the great filmmakers of his generation - and if you do not know his wonderful work, this is the right moment to change that.