07.10.2022 12:36, Kay Muller – Print article Send email
September is already over and golden October begins with pleasant temperatures. Not just the weather, there are many bands and music groups in our newspaper circulation area between October 7th and 9th. A choice.
Nothing to do on the weekend of October 8th and 9th? We have again added a small selection. Again, the range is wide.
Tent glasses in Wendlingen
Stuttgart band Antiheld shot up the charts overnight. And two albums. AntiHeld will make a stopover at the Wendlinger Tent Spectax on Friday, October 7th at 8 p.m. The support band is Parol Paula, a pop-punk band from Wendlingen.
Phil Collins music fans will get their money’s worth on Saturday, October 8 at 8 p.m. Phil is the name of the Phil Collins and Genesis tribute show. An old acquaintance, Willie Astor, is coming to the tent on Sunday, October 9 at 8 p.m. The Bavarian was a guest in the tent in 2010. Tickets and more information are available below www.zeltspektakel.de.
Gobilov in Nürtingen
On Friday, October 7, the band Gobilov from Bavaria is a guest at the Kulturverein Provisorium in Nurtingen. The singer’s expressive voice is still known to some as singer-songwriter Finn Nelle. In 2021, he took a new turn musically by joining the boys of psychedelic rock band Rainbowhead. The result is a mixture of playful psychedelic guitar sounds. Entry from 8 p.m.
Amre at the Old Seaweed Mill
Band Amre will play traditional Irish/Celtic folk on Friday 7th October at 8pm at Alte Seagraspinnerei Tapas Bar. In addition, she occasionally makes small forays into other styles such as bluegrass, jazz, and world music. For music, tapas chefs serve up Irish dishes from 7pm. Admission is free and donations are welcome. Reservations are recommended at email@example.com or telephone (0 70 22) 2 09 61 72.
Reckless Song Slam at Club Cooksay
In association with Kulturburo Sorgloss, Club Cooksey is once again hosting the Sorgloss Song Slam on Friday 7th October. Six singers and songwriters compete with each other with their songs in a cozy living room atmosphere. The audience decides who advances to the finals and wins the gold medal at the end. Participants register at the Kulturbüro Sorglos or Cuckucksei Club. Start at 8.30 am, entry at 7.30 am. Tickets are available from the Nürtinger Zeitung’s city office or Easy Tickets.
Klezmer: Jonteff of Nürtingen
Jonteff will perform a klezmer formation at Seagrassspinner on Saturday 8th October at 8pm. The name says it all: Jontef means festival – a festival with music and drama. Israeli born singer and actor MCH. Langer excels as a Yiddish entertainer, singer, and storyteller. Johnteff’s music encompasses the entire world of Eastern European and American klezmer music. Reservations are recommended at firstname.lastname@example.org or (0 70 22) 20 96-172.
Wine press in Nürtingen-Reudern
Trachtenkopelle Musikverein Reudern organizes the 12th Kelterbesen on Saturday 8 October and Sunday 9 October. The Broom opens its doors at 6pm on Saturdays. A hearty meal is served in the heated wine cellar. Coffee and cake are also served on Sundays from 11am. There is hand music on Saturday for entertainment. On Sunday the traditional band Musikverein Reudern will play from 11:30 a.m. Musikverein Oberboihingen from 2 p.m.
Dolfinger Weinoberend of Neckartailfingen
On Saturday 8 October, the Swabian Alb Association organizes the “Dolfenger Weinobend” at the Festal Neckartelfingen. It starts at 7.30 am. The Swedish group “Orkeljungabygdens Folkdanslag”, the choir “Men at Voice” and “Volkstans Neckartelfingen” sing, dance and play music. Then there will be Heurigen music with Gerry.
Jazz Brunch at Schlosskeller Nürtingen
On Sunday 9th October at 11am jazz band Woodhouse from Mulheim will come to the Jazz Morning Pint at the theater for 69 years. During this long period she produced more than 20 records and CDs and gave countless concerts, often with famous guest soloists such as Eugene Cicero, Bill Ramsey, Paul Kuhn and Helge Schneider. Tickets are available from the city office of the Nürtinger Zeitung, Am Obertor 15, telephone (0 70 22) 94 64-150.
Autumn Festival at the Church of Reconciliation in Nurtingen
On Sunday, October 9, at 10:30 a.m., Nurtinger will celebrate the Autumn Festival at the Reconciliation Church in Breck. The Nürtingen trombone choir accompanies the service in the countryside, where the current confirmation class introduces itself. Lunch will be served from 12 noon followed by colorful activities. The newly designed outdoor area around the tower is officially inaugurated on this day. Coffee and cake will be served from 2pm. Registration for the lunch is required by email to Pfarramt.Nuertingen.Versoehnungskirche@elkw.de or by phone (0 70 22) 4 16 92.
“Must Festival” at Buren Open Air Museum
“Moschtfescht” is Sunday, October 9 at the open-air museum in Buren. All programs on apple, pear, juice and cider give children and adults plenty of opportunities to experience a lot of fruit processing from 11 am to 6 pm and enjoy the museum village located in the middle of the meadows. The museum offers apple juice, jelly and fruit from the village. There are also useful tips for maintaining lawns and gardens. A large apple and pear display shows an impressive variety of varieties. As parking spaces at the open-air museum are limited, the museum’s sponsor, the Esslingen District, offers a free alternative parking space with a free shuttle bus service to the open-air museum. An alternative parking lot is the Tiefenbachtal (former Bundeswehr depot) between Nürtingen and Owen or Beuren (K 1243). Alternative parking spaces are marked and buses run from 10.30am until the end of the event. From the alternative parking lot, it’s a half-hour walk through an autumn-colored forest to the museum village.
“Aichtal plays” in Aichtal-Grötzingen
The fifth “Aichtal plays” takes place on Sunday, October 9th from 1 pm to 5 pm in and around the school, Schulstrasse 23, Aichtal-Grötzingen. Organizers are an organization for children and youth in Aichal. There are different game functions.
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