Oct 15 2014
I was deciding whether to go to this so-called Tillyfest festival or not. The rain was on and off that day but then, I decided to go. When I left home, the rain stopped for awhile. After some minutes of arriving in Breitenbrunn, the rain started to pour again but it did not hindered the parade that took place that afternoon.
A group of musicians who performed live after the parade.
Tillyfest is an annual festival held every month of September in Breitenbrunn, a municipality in the district of Neumarkt in Bavaria in Germany. If I am not mistaken, it is held every second weekend of September. The festival is unique on its own. It might not be a big festival but celebrating and seeing its parade is very interesting. It is already a part of the culture, history and solidarity of the people in this town.
Inspite the rainy weather that day, there were still a lot of groups of participants during the parade. There were live music and singing from the different groups. You can hear a lot of music instruments played by musicians. I guess, sm58 beta was also used especially during the announcement particularly during the program held after the parade. Every group had its own colorful costumes, motives and presentations.
I am always entertained everytime I visit this festival. It was actually my 4th visit and hoping to visit it again next year. For me, the highlight of the program was when I listened to the live performance of one of the groups of musicians who really did it good.
The many festivities all year round are some of the things I love in Germany. Cheers!
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