Lizzo is headlining next year’s Open’er Festival

“Something Special coming your way soon…”

Taking place in Poland from 28th June - 1st July next year, Open’er Festival have announced that Lizzo will be taking the stage as their Wednesday night headliner, marking her first show in Poland.

Lizzo released her fourth studio album ‘Special’ earlier this year. In our review of her latest album, we said, “The lingering message of ‘Special’ as a whole is a smart one: that even though she may have been held up as the poster girl for an entire movement, Lizzo isn’t some infallible emblem but a human being with complexities. That you can work to love yourself but sometimes find it a struggle too. That not everything is as social media makes it seem. If Lizzo’s breakthrough came in a blast of glitter-soaked celebration, then its follow-up might be more complex but it’s almost certainly the right move for the superstar to have made.”

Joining her at the festival will be Queens of the Stone Age, who will be performing on the 30th June. They released their last album ‘Villains’ back in 2017 which we called their “most danceable offering yet – and all the better for it.”

Check out the festival’s announcements below.

Lizzo is the first Wednesday headliner! Open’er 2023! One of the most distinctive stars and 3-time Grammy winner will perform at Orange Main Stage on June 28. See you in @MiastoGdynia at her first show in Poland. About damn time! Early Bird Tickets: https://t.co/9uBQUj6mVt @lizzo pic.twitter.com/Jj4sJOZwNu— Open’er Festival (@opener_festival) November 25, 2022

Queens Of The Stone Age! The absolute rock giants join Open’er 2023! June 30, Orange Main Stage. Let’s go with the flow! Early Bird Tickets: https://t.co/9uBQUj6mVt @qotsa #opener2023 pic.twitter.com/yDKfGV9i40— Open’er Festival (@opener_festival) November 25, 2022

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