Hundreds of Rothenburg’s townsfolk are members of historical reenactment groups, reviving a bygone age or re-establishing a traditional profession. Thousands of yards of fabric are worked to reproduce the original fashions of the day, old equipment is brought out of retirement or reproduced in loving details. Preserving and revitalizing the past – this is the motto of the Imperial City Festival. On Friday evening there is a grand torch-light procession by the various historical groups to the Market Square. With thundering cannons and a glittering display from the brand firework spectacular in the Tauber Valley, the town sinks into darkness on Saturday night, only to continue the light-hearted festivities next morning, celebrating history as never before…
The Rüdesheimer wine festival has a unique atmosphere in the Rüdesheim, Germany. Cheerful winemakers get together with guests to show the gastronomic highlights of the region accompanied with live music, from noon until late, giving the right rhythm for young and old. Events include the Coronation of the Rüdesheimer wine queen.
For more information, visit http://www.ruedesheimer-weinfest.de
The Oldenburg International Film Festival covers since 1994 the international movie scene in all of its aspects. This open minded approach leads to an inspiring mix of great premieres, surprising discoveries and original independent productions. Off beat innovation and ideas against the grain are the trademarks of the festival.
c/o pop international music festival is taking place from 20 – 24 August 2014, offering once again five days of exceptional musical entertainment by superstars and rising stars, heroes of the international scene and national newcomers. As ever the line up is strikingly international, featuring bands from more than 15 countries, featuring artists like ELBOW, KELIS, WARPAINT, AGNES OBEL as well as MOUNT KIMBIE, THE GLITCH MOB, CASHMERE CAT, KELE OKEREKE, ADULT JAZZ and GONJASUFI.
Dance-package €42 Euro
Discover-package €40 Euro
Alster Festival is Hamburg’s largest summer festival celebrated on the banks of the River Alster. The festival runs over four days and you can expect concerts, sporting activities plus live performances featuring over 500 national and international artists, acrobats and athletes. Four stages (“Rock’n Pop” stage, “Oldies but goldies” stage, a “maritime” stage, “NDR 90,3” stage) offer a wide choice of music from 10 A.M. till midnight every day. Every night at 10pm there is a fireworks display.
The museum embankment festival is Europe’s largest cultural festival features countless arts and crafts stalls, live music, culinary highlights from around the world in Frankfurt’s fabulous museum row.
The term MS DOCKVILLE has evolved into a synonym for cultural diversity. What originally set out to be a weekend festival has experienced several add-ons in its eight year of existence. Several weeks before the festival itself, the curated art camp MS ARTVILLE enables a communicative and artistic process for visitors and artists alike. Every weekend, new art projects are inaugurated whilst miscellaneous events take place. The highlight at the end of a summer full of art and music is the famous MS DOCKVILLE festival, where the created art works shape the character of a transdiciplinary festival that combines music and arts of all genres. In 2014, about 130 bands and DJs from all over the world – including Die Antwoord, Birdy, Flume, Chet Faker, Alle Farben and...
Bardentreffen festival is one of the biggest annual events in Nuremberg taking place over three days in the city’s historic city center. The festival is attended by more than 200.000 visitors and across the 8 stages visitors can listen to famous artists from all over the world as well as artists nobody knows.People normally sit in the historic square of the old town, buy a beer and relax with the music played on stage-this is the beauty of this festival.
For more information about this year’s festival, please visit the Tourism Nuremberg website.