Penzberg: "Tollhub" festival offers cabaret, market, fun and live music
Created: 05/21/2022, 12:30 p.m
By: Andreas Baer
Meeting shortly before the "Tollhub start": Representatives of the organization team and the stand operator met at Gut Hub.
Penzberg – After two Corona cancellations, the “Tollhub” festival is just around the corner in Penzberg: The celebrations will take place from May 27th to 29th at Gut Hub.
The organization team had reorganized itself and spread the responsibility over more shoulders (Rundschau reported).
"Festival" initiator Evi Mummert has taken a step back.
In addition to Mummert, Sandra Baumgartner, Michael Zöller and Andi Mummert are also part of the team that is putting this year's program on its feet.
The festival is supported by more than 40 volunteers from the organizing team and various youth organizations.
Organizers are the Akion KleinKunst Penzberg and the city.
In addition to firmly established program items such as the cabaret at the start on Friday, Saturday's "Tollhub" will be tailored even more to families, the organizers say.
The start will be on
Friday, May 27th,
with the cabaret evening with Andreas Rebers and his program "I'm happy to help".
Among other things, Rebers is the recipient of the Dieter Hildebrandt Prize 2018. It starts at 8 p.m. at Gut Hub.
There are still tickets available at Wohnkultur Baumgartner in Penzberg.
Fun for young and old
Saturday, May 28th,
family day from 1 p.m., will be designed with many play stations for young and old.
Among other things, there is a big “four wins”, roller slides and stilts.
In addition, the youth guards perform dances, the Pettersson and Findus puppet theater plays (3 p.m. at Gut Hub, tickets from 1 p.m. at the box office or reservations by email to firstname.lastname@example.org) and stories for children are told.
The AC wrestlers are organizing a hands-on ranking.
The beer garden is musically framed with live music.
In the evening, from 6 p.m., the band “Beathotel” from Munich will take the helm with their own pieces and Beatles cover songs.
The alternative market is classic.
Hobby artists, schools and clubs set up their stands for this.
The list of participants ranges from the Noah's Ark family center to the one-world shop, the Don Bosco youth center, the Montessori school and the youth center with its climbing tree.
As always, the musical Weißwurst morning pint will take place
Sunday, May 29th .
Williams Wetsox is playing this year.
The good cause is not neglected: the children of the Orgateam use the donation boxes they have made themselves to collect donations for Ukrainian war children from the visitors.
The organizers pass on the money to a corresponding aid organization.
Information about the festival is available on the Kleinkunst website.