Rating After a gap of two years, the oldest festival in the ratings is back. There is extensive support from the local economy. You need to set up new accents. A variety of vegetarian offers are available.
(RP) There is great hope among fans of cultivated folk sounds: Saturday, June 11, the 15th Folkerde Open-Air will take place – from 2pm to midnight. After a gap of two years, the oldest festival in Ratingson is back with a strong program.
Twelve folk and world music bands invite you to dream, dance and celebrate at the wild Romantic Iron Age Farmstead on Green Lake. Irish trade, Orient, and Americana have always been common to the Folkerde sound. There will be gripping sounds from Sweden and reggae this year.
The natives of Drossey Maggie play Irish music with a loud voice. Shishko disco fueled a special hot melting pot of dance music culture. Mr. Weasley saddles his Caribbean roots with afro, hip-hop and reggae groves. Symbio creates a world of magical and Nordic sound using accordion and hardy-gardi. Stompin gents bring bluegrass and old-fashioned with them.
Felice and Cortes make music, acrobatics and acting – often at the same time. TradTravelers has been developing the catchy sound of traditional Irish music for years. Yola Mohabet combines standard Anatolian instruments with songs in eight Oriental languages. Claudia Rudek sings her own songs and sings old tunes with her acoustic band. Simon Sandman is a singer and songwriter with strong lyrics. Reel Talent ക്കുന്നു opens the festival with Irish nomads as regular guests and as the youngest band.
There is a wide range of vegetarian options. Grilled sausages come from organic butchers, many from areas like Ratuga Beer. Plastic cutlery is prohibited, but there are no finger food or compostable bowls. Foker shirts and even gym bags are made of organic cotton. The festival also offers excellent access to bikes, buses and trains.
Folkrede has its family charm with its network of volunteer assistants, companies and companies in Ratings. The city of Ratinging, along with its institutional cultural sponsorship, underscores the importance of the festival to Ratinging’s cultural landscape.
The promotion and sponsorship of the Ratingen Municipal Utility will secure the festival in the long run. In addition, representatives of the local economy have supported the festival for years: Sparkase HRV, Rosteri Rosendal, Tolstoy, Rigo Eifler, Autoglass, Schwab and Ergull.
New: Tickets are only available through www.neanderticket.de. The easiest way is to buy an online ticket or on paper at more than 50 sales points in the region; At Tonnaer Travel Agency in Ratingen, Optik Palm in Hösel and Wennmann Travel Agency in Lintorf. Tickets are no longer on sale at the festival site. Admission is 12 euros and admission is free for children under 14.
Association Folkerde Rating e. V for membership now. These contributions enable credible planning; Members, on the other hand, gain insight and democratic co-determination. Admission is already included in the annual fee of at least 20 euros.
For application for membership and more information visit www.folkerdey.de.
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