Frühtanz 14

Frühtanz is a yearly music festival in North West Germany. Tanz means dance and früh means early (hence Frühtanz is early dance). However, for some stupid reason I thought früh was spring.. It's pretty stupid because I know Frühling is Spring, and I know that we're in June and June is Summer not Spring. Anyway, long story short I was really confused as to why we were drinking so early.. Like breakfast early. Like Vodka with bread rolls and this song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_3R0rxQ1Jc . Surreal.

Walking along to the festival we bumped into a guy with this shirt:

Jungbullen Korn ist mein Gemüse

'Korn ist mein Gemüse' means 'Korn is my vegetable'. Korn is this horrible vodka like drink made out of corn or something. He had some with him and offered it to us. I hate Korn. So I declined.

There were a few police policing the way to the festival. They were on horses that looked eerily similar. Tanbay was convinced that the horses were cloned ... So he took four photos to prove it:

Tange Frühtanz Polizei Pferde

There was a makeshift scary ride made out of a crane that we definitely didn't go on, but here's a photo of it (and Tanbay's head):



There were three stages at the festival, two were inside:


Tange Frühtanz

Tange Frühtanz

and one was outside:

Tange Frühtanz

There were also lots of cute little food and drink stands:

Tange Frühtanz

We had the best steak burger ever:


Steak Burger


At 4 o clock the moment I'd been waiting for arrived: WE GOT TO SEE DIE ATZEN. Who are the Atzen? Here are the Atzen: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hBi1sQtaCww

and here are my great photos of them: 

Die Atzen Live

Die Atzen Live

I tried to get on the stage, but I couldn't and then we had to leave.


Now for all those who like to see pictures of us at a festival, here they are:

Tange Frühtanz
Tange Frühtanz
Tange Frühtanz
Tange Frühtanz





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