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Rock for People
New festival logo since 2011
1995 - present
Michal Thomes & Petr Fořt
First half of July; 4 days
Rock for People ( RfP) is one of the most popular open-air summer music festivals in the Czech Republic. The festival began in 1995 in the town Český Brod. In 2007 it was moved to the unused airport of Hradec Králové and since that time has welcomed many Czech, Slovak and international artists.
The festival features rock, indie, punk, hardcore punk, metalcore, electronic, ska, metal, pop, hip hop, world music, drum and bass, dubstep, reggae, but also theater, cycling, discussions, workshops,
geocaching, team building activities, games and many more.
Notable acts that have performed at previous editions include
Muse, The Prodigy, Arctic Monkeys, My Chemical Romance, Pendulum, Paramore, Morcheeba, Bullet for My Valentine, Kaiser Chiefs, The Offspring, Skunk Anansie, Parkway Drive, The Killers, Beatsteaks, Placebo, Ska-P, Manu Chao, Billy Talent, Basement Jaxx, Sum 41, Bloc Party, Static-X, The Hives, The Bloodhound Gang, Enter Shikari.
Line Up History [ edit ]
Český Brod [ edit ]
19. august (1100 visitors, 18 bands)
29. June (1600 visitors, 17 bands)
4. - 5. July (2300 visitors, 44 bands)
4. - 6. July (3800 visitors, 104 bands)
3. - 5. July (5000 visitors, 90 bands)
4. - 6. July (7500 visitors, 82 bands)
5. – 7. July (9000 visitors, 92 bands)
Apocalyptica, Mike Patton & Fantomas, Asian Dub Foundation, Sri, Shelter, Ex Girl, Tanzwut, Tahiti 80, Defdaf, Terrorgruppe, Calico Soul, New Model Army, Xaver Fischer Trio and many more.
4 – 6. July (12 000 visitors, 120 bands)
3. – 6. July (? visitors, 130 bands)
3. – 5. July (15 000 visitors, 170 bands)
3. – 6. July (? visitors, 127 bands)
4. – 6. July (20 000 visitors, 112 bands)
Manu Chao, Fun Lovin' Criminals, Radio Bemba Sound System, Agnostic Front, Madball, Mattafix, The Frames, Los De Abajo, Gocoo, Mad Sin, Deadline, Mad Heads XL and many more.
Hradec Králové [ edit ]
3. – 6. July (20 000 visitos, 127 bands)
The Killers, The Hives, Sick Of It All, Basement Jaxx, Flipsyde, Mory Kanté, Toy Dolls, The Levellers, Walls of Jericho, Front Line Assembly, Kissmet, Nomeansno, Die Happy, The Locos, The Bones, Disco Ensemble, Karamelo Santo, Deti Picasso, Extra Action Marching Band, Green Frog Feet, Zeroscape and many more.
2. – 5. July (25 000 visitors, 150 bands)
The Offspring, Kaiser Chiefs, Massive Attack, Helmet, Enter Shikari, Flogging Molly, The Locos, Madball, Dreadzone, H2O, N.O.H.A., Los De Abajo, Black Mountain, Kissmet, iO, Watcha Clan, Panteón Rococó, Donots, Holy Fuck, VNV Nation, La Kinky Beat, Demented Are Go, Zulu 9:30, Outvile, Empyr, Invases, Seth Lakeman, Park Avenue, Skop, Montreal, Hopes Die Last, Karras, Tremore, Nomad Soundsystem, Dj Scratchy and many more.
3. – 6. July (27 000 visitors, 130 bands)
Arctic Monkeys, Placebo, Ska-P, Bloc Party, Underworld, Gogol Bordello, Static-X, Therapy?, Freestylers, Hadouken!, The Kooks, Mucky Pup, Ignite, Comeback Kid, The Bouncing Souls, Fancy, Derfine, Firewater, 7 Weeks, Expatriate, Gocoo, Keziah Jones, Defeater (band), Black President, Scratch Bandits Crew, Ra:IN and many more.
3. – 6. July (28 500 visitors, 170 bands)
Muse, The Prodigy, NOFX, Editors, Billy Talent, Morcheeba, Skunk Anansie, The Subways, Tricky, Alexisonfire, Suicidal Tendencies, Juliette Lewis, Archive, Gallows, Skindred, Coheed and Cambria, Death by Stereo, Does It Offend You, Yeah?, Evergreen Terrace, Jello Biafra And The Guantanamo School Of Medicine, Disco Ensemble, Wisdom in Chains, Dreadzone, Horse the Band, The Inspector Cluzo, Doping Panda, The Mahones and many more.
2. – 5. July (28 000 visitors, 146 bands)
Paramore, Pendulum, My Chemical Romance, Bullet for My Valentine, The Streets, Sum 41, Parkway Drive, Beatsteaks, White Lies, Digitalism, Primus, Anberlin, Jimmy Eat World, The Wombats, John Butler Trio, The Qemists, Kele, Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra, Protest The Hero, Bright Eyes, US Bombs, The Levellers, Deez Nuts, Molotov, Title Fight, Cancer Bats, Destine, Radio Dead Ones, Jenny and Johnny, Your Demise and many more.
3. – 6. July (30 700 visitors, 277 bands)
Faith No More, Franz Ferdinand, Skrillex, The Prodigy, Refused, Orbital, Example, Enter Shikari, Architects, Crystal Castles, Flogging Molly, The Subways, Two Door Cinema Club, August Burns Red, I Killed The Prom Queen, The Kooks, H2O, Selah Sue, The Asteroids Galaxy Tour, The Computers, The Octopussys, Molotov Jukebox, Anna Calvi, Scarred By Beauty, 3 Feet Smaller, The Inspector Cluzo, The Feud, Keko Yoma, Irie Révoltés, Grimus and many more.
2. – 5. July (30 000 visitors, 200 bands)
Thirty Seconds to Mars, Queens of the Stone Age, Foals, Parov Stelar Band, Billy Talent, Bloc Party, Gogol Bordello, Charlie Straight, Klaxons, Kryštof, Modestep, Papa Roach, Pražský výběr, The Gaslight Anthem, Xindl X, A Day to Remember, Aneta Langerová, Borgore, Filharmonie Hradec Králové, Pipes and Pints, Royal Republic, Boris Carloff, Ohm Square, Dubioza kolektiv, Friska Viljor, Goodfellas, Hacktivist, Jan Budař a Eliščin Band, Please the Trees & Elpida, Skyline, Sto zvířat, Sunshine, UDG, Deathgaze, Karel Gott and many more.
3. – 5. July
Manu Chao, Biffy Clyro, Lucie, Madness (band), Chase & Status, The Naked and Famous, Netsky (musician), Tom Odell, Asian Dub Foundation, Steven Seagal, The Afghan Whigs, We Came As Romans, Deap Vally, Emmure, Holy Esque, Kadebostany, Molotov Jukebox, N.O.H.A., School Is Cool, The Feud, The Strypes, Thepetebox, 7 Weeks, Comact Disk Dummies, Groovy Shiva, Madame Pepper, Tricot, Paceshifters and many more.
External links and references [ edit ]