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Bielsko-Biala, Cultural Centre in Bielsko-Biała – Cultural Summer

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The organisers of this concert expected crowds, but nobody expected them to be so great. The winner of the Polish edition of the “Got Talent” television show, Marcin Wyrostek, attracted an enormous number of people who occupied all the seats and the space at the back of the stage and to the sides, all the nearby benches, stairs and other inclined elements of the nearby space which allowed them to see the main star of the evening. Apart from the accordionist, the most enthusiastic applause was given to Krzysztof Nowakowski who played the percussion instruments. 
(source: www.bck.bielsko.pl)

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