Paranoya 2020 cancelled

Dear all,
unfortunately we don‘t have any good news. Due to the current situation we decided to cancel this year’s Paranoya edition in August.
There may be a winter edition but we still don‘t know yet if this is going to happen or not.
Otherwise we definitely will postpone it to next 2021, last weekend of August, with the same line-up we already had for this year.
Furthermore we had the idea to create a festival tape sampler with all the bands that would have been played this year. We‘re still working on it and hope that it can be released soon!

Stay tuned and take care,


Due to reservation problems at our venue we‘re forced to move Paranoya one week later.
Which means it’s now taking place from 28th to 29th of august.

Paranoya 2020

Next episode is happening from 21st to 22nd of august (one week earlier than usual!!)
First bands are already confirmed.

Stay tuned!
xoxo, paranoya-crew

no time to rest – Paranoya afterparty

Support for Rozbrat

Like the years before we are going to take a part of the entrance fee to support people and/or structures which may need financial help. This year we want to support Rozbrat- an anarchist squatted space in Poland.

„Rozbrat is located in the western Poland city of Poznan. The property was squatted in 1994 and since then it became an alternative politics and cultural centre. It also serves as a home for over 20 people, and is both temporary and permanent shelter for homeless people.

The principal idea behind the space is grassroots organising and self-governing. It is a home to the local Anarchist Federation branch and Food not Bombs among others. The activists involved in Rozbrat have been very much part of the local and beyond projects, including Anarchist Black Cross, the Free Caucasus Committee and Workers Initiative Trade Union. […]

Rozbrat has been a home to several generations of activists who have played critical roles during many social mobilisations and debates on social issues. The activists from Rozbrat and the Poznan Anarchist Federation have actively defended the most excluded inhabitants of the city, by supporting and initiating dozens of labour, tenant and environmental protests. It was also them who co-funded the regional tenants’ association and brought the issue of illegal displacements to public light by organising eviction blockades and making it nearly impossible to render homeless the city’s sick, disabled, seniors and parents with children. […]“

Link to full article

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