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Kaizoku is a party-event that has found its niche far from mainstream clubbing and celebrates Japanese, Korean, and gaming culture.
Having a community, that has found strong common ground in their interest in anime, manga, gaming, Japanese and Korean music, cosplay, and lots of other things, creates an exceptional atmosphere, that somewhat feels like a big family meet-up every few months. But don't be afraid: everyone is welcome and will make friends quickly!
Although organized by a small but passionate team it offers a lot with a colorful dance area, that is playing songs ranging from JPop, JRock, KPop, new and old anime-openings, to a little electro, a big gaming area for the competitive spirited or non dancers, a long bar and special events like riddles, special guests or giveaways.
Big recommendation for everyone interested in the mentioned topics, who wants to have a lot of fun with like-minded people.
Organized with great honorary commitment by the club “Damische Ritter” (which means as much as crazy knights), this colorful carnival parade is already an important instance of the Munich carnival. Starting at 13:13 pm, beautifully decorated wagons and costumed dance groups travel straight through Munich’s city center with great show performances, music, carnival mood and sweets. The approximately 40 groups and clubs are lead by Herzog Kasimir and his Damische Ritter in their selfmade colorful costumes.
Traditionally following the parade, a big party for all participants and carnival fans takes place in the Hofbräuhaus with appearances of several show groups.
For the exact route of the parade please refer to the website.
Munich Spring Festival (Münchner Frühlingsfest) takes place in the Northern part of Theresienwiese, on famous Oktoberfest grounds, where it could be considered as the smaller sibling of the Oktoberfest, but doesn't fail to create its own unique atmosphere. Two large beer halls, a beer garden and more than 100 other attractions make for a unique experience.Read more
The Summer Festival at the foot of the Olympic Hill is known for its theatre productions from all over the world, for its concerts with regional, national and international stars of the Rock and Jazz scene, for its more than one hundred free shows featuring performance groups and bands from the genres of Rock, Pop, Salsa, Reggae and the Blues.
It also features the “Market of Ideas”, where one can find hundreds of small stands peddling handcrafted arts and culinary treats from all over the world. The fact that all culinary offerings available at the Tollwood Festival are certified organic shows how dedicated the festival is to the idea of organic food.
Each year, the whole world looks to Munich, when it is called again: "O'zapft is"!
The city of Munich and its festival hosts invite for the Wiesn, the largest festival in the world, and look forward to huge numbers of visitors. At countless stalls and many tents everyone can enjoy a piece of Bavarian festival tradition with beer and food. The variety of rides and attractions should not be forgotten, too. Combined with a traditional framework program there is as always a lot offered for young and old.
Opening hours: 10:00 - 23:30