Rock for People

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Rock for People
Logo rfp 2012.gif
New festival logo since 2011
Genre Rock, alternative rock, pop rock, electronic, hip hop, reggae, ska
Dates First half of July; 4 days
Location(s)

Czech Republic Czech Republic

Years active 1995–present
Founded by Michal Thomes & Petr Fořt
Website
Official website

Rock for People (RfP) is one of the largest open-air summer music festivals in the Czech Republic. The festival began in 1995 in the town Český Brod, and in 2007 it was moved to an unused airport in Hradec Králové. The festival features Czech and international acts from a wide range of genres, but predominantly focused on alternative and guitar-based music, as well as theatre, cycling, discussions, workshops, geocaching, team building activities, games and other recreational activities.

Notable acts that have performed at Rock for People include The Prodigy, Muse, Thirty Seconds to Mars, Arctic Monkeys, My Chemical Romance, Pendulum, 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, Paramore and Enter Shikari.

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