A Summers's Tale: The Great Summer Music Open Air Festival for the WHOLE Family.
M Experiencing usik outside your own home or family cart with children is not as easy as you would expect maybe that's how it is. Especially if you've just become a parent. Somehow, however, two worlds collide rather quickly, the strict separation of which one did not previously have on screen: the music world of adults and the music world of children. Whether they are really so different? But hello ...
The one lives quite a long time of late hours and long staying up, pubs, clubs, dodgy bars, huge concert arenas, very loud sound, crowds with many people, dance, pog, sweat, possibly mud - yes and also a lot of alcohol, cigarettes and illicit stuff. The whole in combination with a five-year-old? Exactly - no way !! Even if you spend your time mainly away from BPMs in the opera or concert halls, children are just a stressful disruptive factor: they walk, talk, drumbeat, cry - or sing along happily. A lot of fun. Not. Compatible. With concert subscribers. Isso.
The musical world of children, on the other hand, is in principle of the highest educational value. Mostly you should learn something - numbers, letters, behavior, team spirit, animal names ... the vocals are sung in strange comic-voices and often something animal-like in giant plush dances with ... music in primary colors (so to speak) and for the adult brain hardly more than two To endure times in a row. Incidentally, the children of other parents prove to be extremely annoying at such public events in direct physical contact. Just like your own. And the other parents first! Well. Where. Is. The. Red wine. Honey.
Music and Family: Lousy Spelunk Vs. Music in primary colors - hey, there are also bright spots!
It's not always bad, eh. There are also these wonderful gems in the music family experience, which you preciously treasure in the mental memory box and with "you know ..." smile at regular intervals and sentimental moments rauskramt:
Rave im Park was one of those great moments that we, as a family, really enjoyed. The park in front of our door - just once over the street. Two DJs, a large lawn, many families and people from the neighborhood, strollers, blankets, barbecues. A few had their babies tied my earmuffs to my stomach, some had brought along a bottle of prosecco, many danced with and without children, others were lying in the grass, listening peacefully to the techno and trance music. There was plenty of space, the sun was shining, a place to be happy. It was wonderful! The first time we ran by accident - and stayed with a satisfied toddler for over four hours. In the second year we were really looking forward to it - although the meadow was pretty wet, we had a great time together again. Even until it was really dark.
Then the whole thing was professionalized. There were sponsors for energy drinks, orange Jagermeister hats and unbelievably many very young, very drunk people with excessive party wishes. The two worlds of music split up again radically - the bushes were full of puke and broken glass, there was an incredible crowd and the mood was anything but peacig. That was the end of the event for families.
A second family music glimpse was the concert of your friends at the factory last year - the only band whose songs for kids with smart, humorous lyrics and good Beats are right, they are really great.And the other kids and parents were just too cool.
But now. Here it comes: The family music glimpse for all.
An open-air festival for the whole family: A Summer's Tale - concerts, music, workshops, delicious food and much more
It actually exists, the perfect place for adults and children with lots of music, parties, workshops, readings, movies, tents, barbecues, paddles, louts (or whatever you want) have a great time together . With loud singing. Until it's dark. With great music, no mud or drunk party people and lots of nature, greenery and "drumrum":
From 02.-05. August 2017 will take place in Luhmühlen near Hamburg A Summers's Tale. Here is the line-up for the music acts:
PIXIES * PJ HARVEY * FEIST * FRANZ FERDINAND * ELEMENT OF CRIME * BIRDY * CONSO OBERST * JOHNOSSI * STEREO MC'S * THE NOTWIST * BEAR'S THE COMMON LINNETS * JUDITH HOLOFERNES OF BRIDGES * GET WELL SOON * UNDER MY BED CIGARETTES AFTER SEX * THE STARS ELECTRIC SWING CIRCUS BERND BEGEMANN & THE LIBERATION * DAN CROLL DEAR READER * RHONDA * WILLIAM MCCARTHY ROCKY VOTOLATO * BLAUDZUN THOMAS DYBDAHL MISTER & MISSISSIP PI * TASH SULTANA A TALES OF GOLDEN KEYS
DJS REVOLVER CLUB
READINGS HEINZ STRUNK * ROCKO SCHAMONI * NAIL * ARNO FRANK * JASMIN RAMADAN * STEVAN PAUL * NELE POLLATSCHEK * TIME FOR JEWELS * GESA NEITZEL * GÜNTER MÄRTENS
On top of that there is a versatile supporting program such as the design market, hikes, canoeing, yoga, running, workshops and activities especially for children, for adults or for all together.Parking and breakfast hire or stay in a nearby hotel . It's up to you how basic or comfortable the whole thing should be.
But one thing is for sure: it's bound to become one of the memorable music family beads for the mental memory box. I'm really looking forward to it! Here you'll find all the information, tickets and overnight accommodation: A Summer's Tale.
And if you're already in the total festival pre-fever, then I have two great treats for you below.
Four Giveaways for Your Perfect Festival Preparation: 1 x "Open Air - The Festival - & Camping cookbook "Stevan Paul and 3 x 2 bottles of festival wine
Giveaway 1: What to expect from Open Air - The Festival & Camping Cookbook: Get out of the ordinary and into the adventure Living outdoors for a few days, partying outside, cooking, relaxing, Stevan Paul and Daniela Haug spent a summer on the road, visiting the six most beautiful music festivals in Europe with the Bulli, camping stove and grill.More than 100 recipes for all types of facilities and opportunity beyond canned ravioli and instant soup, plus many vegetarian and vegan alternatives tips on transport, outdoor kitchen equipment and the proper handling of gas cooker and barbecue make this book the ultimate guide for outdoors and on the go. 256 pages with chic cover and Gummibändsel.
Giveaway 2 -4: The official festival wine for the A Summer's Tale was chosen by more than 40 festival-loving people in a detailed tasting process with Rindchen Weinkontor (Envy!). The modern and sparkling vegan organic white wine of the highly praised young winemaker Lukas Kesselring has won. With his combination of long-standing tradition and modern winemaker know-how, Lukas cultivates the family vineyard in the Palatinate, founded in 1648, and creates a wine assortment that is well respected here. You can 3 x 2 bottles either in anticipation of A Summer's Tale or elated beheaded on the spot and enjoy.
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