Concert of Zacier and the combined forces of Ztvörki and El Dupa on the Voodoo outdoor stage.
Zacier is a Polish music group founded in 1984 by Mirosław “Zacier” Jędras. The name Zacier has been re-developed as an abbreviation for it: Association of Suffering and Enthusiastically Profound Artists. The main character of the band is Mirosław Jędras himself, who is the author of lyrics and music, who sings in the band, plays keyboard instruments and many other instruments (including guitar, violin, pipe). The remaining composition of the band changed frequently. Currently they play together with Zacier: DJ Mrufka (son of Jędras) on drums, Dr Yry on bass, Dziarski (Andrzej Matuszczak) on guitar. Since 2013, when Dr. Yry is not allowed to participate in concerts due to other duties, the group on bass is supported by Szymen Janowski. One of Zacier’s first songs was Odpad Atomowy, which was later performed by Kazik Na Żywo (released on the album Na live, but in studio in 1994) and Elektryczne Gitary.
2 decades after the break-up of Ztvörki and a few years after the break-up of El Dupa supergroup, the two bands joined forces. Just before the outbreak of the pandemic, a couple of members of both groups and Mania made a one-time appearance at the Zacieralia 2020 Festival. In connection with restoring a particularly cultural life in times of plague, the collective has the opportunity to present once again the best protest songs and ballads from the wide repertoire of both bands.