olorful Bavarian day in the marquee and in the openair.
In bright afternoon sunshine, three alphorn players put the visitors in the right mood for a thoroughly successful, excellent Bohnenkamp Oktoberfest. Many of those present had gone along with the event theme and celebrated into the evening in traditional Southern German costumes. Due to the lack of an Alpine panorama, the organizers moved in a heavy-duty crane, which allowed a cable car to travel to a height of 50 meters. From up there, the passengers enjoyed a fantastic overview of the entire festival area.
On the rustically decorated grounds, the guests were able to compete in sawing, "Hau den Lukas" (test of strength game) and stein sliding, among other things. A carousel and face-painting station were available for the youngest visitors, as well as guided Segway and E-scooter tours and mini-train rides through the gigantic tire warehouse. The evening party in the richly decorated marquee was opened by CEO Gregor Rüth with a ceremonial tapping of the beer barrel.