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Festivals in Ingelheim
Red Wine Festival
Das besondere Weinfest an historischen Burgmauern
28. September - 6. Oktober 2013
There is virtually no other wine festival in the Rhine Hessen region which takes place in such an attractive setting, surrounded by vineyards, as the Ingelheim Red Wine Festival.
Every year on the last weekend in September this popular wine festival is opened with the ceremonial crowning of the Red Wine Queen.
The ‚ÄúRed Wine Village‚ÄĚ which is in the romantic area around the Burgkirche (‚ÄúCastle Church‚ÄĚ) offers the visitors a colourful, varied and ambitious festival programme for a whole week. Along with the many items on the programme in the festival tent and on the open air stage, there is also no shortage of culinary delights at the Red Wine Festival.
The Ingelheim vintners give you a chance to sample the entire diversity of their produce. As well as red, white and ros√© wines you can enjoy lively sparkling wines. There is also a wide range of snack bars and speciality stalls.
The organisers of the Red Wine Festival, the Ingelheim Red Wine Queen and her Princesses, the Ingelheim vintners and the proprietors of the snack bars and pleasure park look forward to their guests and wish everyone a pleasant and convivial time in Ingelheim am Rhine.
Das Volksfest auf dem Jungaugel√§nde
26. Juli bis 29. Juli 2013
A big local festival on the beautifully located ‚ÄúJungau‚ÄĚ (lit. Young Meadow) directly on the Rhine. A pleasure park with all the fun of the fair, including the latest rides plus fun and dexterity attractions for young and old, which all combine to guarantee a mood full of atmosphere and colour on the banks of the Rhine. Visitors from near and far can enjoy a lively programme in the beer garden with its open-air stage. There is free entry to all events. There is a market selling small goods on all four days of the festival.
Kerbe ‚Äď Church Anniversary Festival
Gassekerb Gro√ü-Winternheim 30.8.-3 9.2013
Kerb Nieder-Ingelheim 6.9.-8.9.2013
Entekerb Frei-Weinheim 18.10.-21.10.2013
Kerb Sporkenheim 25.10.-28.10.2013
The ‚ÄúKerb‚ÄĚ, a local name for the parish fair was originally a pagan fertility festival or harvest festival which was later adopted by the Catholic Church and given a new meaning. In the Middle Ages this festival became a religious celebration to mark the consecration of a Christian church.
Today the religious context plays only a secondary role. The ‚ÄúKerb‚ÄĚ is a local festival with a roundabout, stalls and stands where you can eat and drink.
Wortk√ľnstler / Bildk√ľnstler
Von Goethe bis Ringelnatz. Und Herta M√ľller.
28. April bis 7. Juli 2013