Wondering what to do in Wrocław this weekend? Here's our top event picks.
If none of the events below take your fancy, you can also make your way over to our 'what's on' page for a comprehensive listing of pretty much everything going on in the city.
If you enjoyed last week's beer festival then don't miss the after-party tomorrow at Marynka Piwo i Aperitivo 😉 🍺
They'll be selected beers from Browar Bazyliszek, Browar Cztery Ściany, HOPPY LAB Browar Rzemieślniczy, Browar PINTA, Browar ROCH, Warsztat Piwowarski, Browar Stu Mostów and more.
Wrocław's annual night half-marathon takes place this Saturday evening, so don't be surprised to see an unusual amount of runners on the streets overnight.
The route starts and finishes at Olympic Stadium, taking in parts of the old town, Traugutta and north Krzyki.
More info is available on the event's official website.
Wrocław's American Football team are looking to continue their dominance on Sunday, when they take on Tychy Falcons.
The match is being played at Sztabowa stadium at 1pm; tickets cost between 20-25zł and can be bought at the gate.
Open-air cinema is back on Wyspa Słodowa and will be a regular fixture every weekend over the summer.
The screenings start each night at 9.30pm. Please note that drinking alcohol or smoking on the site is not permitted. The screenings may also be cancelled if heavy rain or a storm is expected.
Love drum and bass? Look no further than this weekend's Outlook Festival Launch Party, which features a rich line up of drum and bass artists performing live on a boat!
Tickets cost between 40-50zł and can be bought online here.
Another big outdoor music event this weekend is the Heartbeats Festival, held at HotSpot beach bar.
The festival features two stages offering different experiences of live music. At the "Dream" stage, music lovers can find tunes that "sweeten and let you swim in deep, shamanic sounds". Meanwhile the "Rave" stage promises to deliver pulsating techno.
Tickets cost 69zł and can be bought online here.
World Cup 2018 kicks off today, but where can you watch the matches?
Wrocław's most popular night market is all set to return to its new location on pl. Społeczny this Friday.
Last year 'Gastro Nocki', held on the grounds of Świebodzki station on weekends in late August, proved a real hit. Hundreds of Wrocławians flocked to the night market each night to sample a variety of street food and craft beer, as well as do a bit of alternative shopping.
Earlier this year the organisers of Gastro Nocki announced that they would be leaving Świebodzki station to explore new sites. The first edition of the 2018 night market was held on pl. Społeczny last month. The choice of location seemed to make sense as in recent years the site has been home to several live gigs and food truck festivals.
In another twist to the format, Gastro Nocki are planning to twin editions of their market with various festivals taking place in the city. Last time out it was the Jazz on the Odra festival, and in the upcoming edition RAP SZALET will perform live as part of the WroSound festival.
'Gastro Nocki' kicks off on Friday at 5pm and will run throughout the weekend until late on Sunday evening. You can find more details on the official Facebook event page.
For the 10th time amateur footballers from Poland and all over the world will compete in Wrocław's annual 'Football Against Racism' tournament.
While almost all eyes will understandably be on the first matches of World Cup 2018 this weekend, at the same time an immeasurably smaller tournament will be held in Wrocław for a good cause.
The 10th edition of the Football Against Racism tournament on Saturday will feature players from the likes of Poland, Vietnam, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and many African nations to name just a few.
The tournament is being backed by The Wroclaw Center for Social Development and Śląsk Wrocław Football Club amongst others.
Football won't be the only attraction at the event either, as they'll be live music as well as workshops and sporting activities for kids.
On Friday night at Vertigo, talented vocalist Kasia Berger will take to the stage to sing hits from the likes of Stevie Wonder, The Beatles, Michael Jackson and AC/DC – all in a unique jazz-style arrangement. Later on in the evening, the Vertigo band will perform too.
The event is being held as part of the Rum-Love festival, so concert-goers will also have the chance to taste some amazing rum throughout the evening.
This weekend's Quijoteando Festival, held at the Spanish Library and Stara Piwnica, features an eclectic line-up of Latin artists performing music from Spain and South America.
You can find out more info via the official Facebook event page.
Fancy seeing some live jazz music while riding around town in an old-school tram? Look no further than Vertigo's jazz tram, which will be winding its way through Wrocław between 6-8.20pm this Saturday.
To get on the tram, head to pl. Teatralny (Opera stop) at either 6pm, 7.10pm or 8.05pm.
The Openheim building on pl. Solny, which dates back to the Breslau era, has been newly renovated and is now open to the public.
Special tours will depart on Sunday at 12:00, 12:45, 13:30, 14:15 and 15:00. To take part, just send a message with the name and the selected time of visit to the address: [email protected]
You can find more info on the 'Op Enheim' project here.
WroSound is a festival held at Impart dedicated to promoting local artists.
A one night ticket is 40zł, while a two-day pass is 70zł. You can buy both types of tickets for the event here.