Street theater and lots of concerts that attract people to the region – these are the “Glocke” event tips for the weekend.
Gütersloh/Ahlen/Neubeckum/Münster (gl) – “Gütersloher Straßenfiffi” is the name of the street art festival that will attract numerous visitors to the center of Gütersloh on Sunday, September 25, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. The street artists, who have traveled from near and far, meet on Berliner Platz and Kolbeplatz and present shows in the fields of acrobatics, improvisational theatre, comedy and juggling. At the same time, the Gütersloh retail trade opens its doors for Sunday shopping from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. and invites all visitors to the city center to linger and stroll.
This year, visitors will encounter other street artists in the streets. The quirky couple Inge and Albert drop by in Gütersloh with his crazy half Trabbi, Professor Abraxo fascinates with his Steam Rider and Bikerina inspires with acrobatics and radar acrobatics on her unicycle.
In addition, soap bubble artist Elias from Belgium will enchant the audience with a soap bubble show and balloon artist Marc Beyer will create special balloon art to take away. Michaelmas week runs until October 2nd. Among the attractions are the children’s flea market (October 1st) and the Michaelis fair. Admission to the “Straßenfiffi” is free of charge. At the end of each show, the street artists are happy about a small “hat money” from the audience.
The band “Remode” brings Depeche Mode hits to Gin Gütersloh.The Depeche Mode tribute band Remode from Bielefeld will perform at the Weberei in Gütersloh on Friday. “Anyone who wants to experience the concert should definitely secure a ticket in advance. The guys from Remode regularly play to packed halls,” says Jana Felmet, program manager at the weaving mill. Remaining tickets for 25.90 euros are available from the “Glocke” ticket service, telephone 02522/73-333.
“Brothers in Arms” is the name of the band that specializes in Dire Straits hits.Fans of Dire Straits not only know the song “Brothers in Arms”, but also the many other world hits by the band around Mark Knopfler. However, concert fans regret that this band in particular has not been seen live for a long time. On Friday, September 23, at 8 p.m., the tribute band “Brothers in Arms” offers all fans the chance to experience the songs live again. Tickets are available for 22 euros at the box office.
Sam Reckless are playing at Neubeckum station this weekend.The “Verve!Neubeckum” association and the “Bahnhofsretter” will bring a “Lost Place” to life with a small music festival on Saturday, September 24th. From 5 p.m. to 9.30 p.m., four formations will present themselves in the listed Neubeckum train station: in addition to the Basement Musicians (school band of the Kopernikus-Gymnasium), the singer/songwriter Luisa Laakmann (Oelde) and the top act “Menace of Tyranny” (indie folk from Ennigerloh) the duo “Sam Reckless” from Bielefeld is also a guest (photo). These are the singer/songwriter Markus Rohmann, who grew up in Neubeckum, and the singer Samirah Tariq. “Sam Reckless” were among the winners of the 38th German Rock & Pop Prize in 2020 with their CD “Dark Times on Glamroad”. Tickets are available at the box office for 10 euros.
The “Allrounder Forest” exhibition in the LWL Natural History Museum has been extended.The special exhibition “Allrounder Forest” in the LWL Museum of Natural History in Münster is being extended. Until June 11, 2023, museum guests have the opportunity to get to know, for example, the oak hornbeam forest of the Münsterland and its inhabitants. The exhibition has already attracted more than 126,000 visitors to the museum. Until the middle of next year there is still the chance to unveil the secrets of the forest. An area of 560 square meters offers guests enough space to examine the more than 420 exhibits. The different facets of the forest are discussed. Not only questions about the forest as a habitat and basis of life come into focus, but also the relationship between humans and the forest. Visitors can experience the forest through an interactive offer. Participation stations and experiments offer people of all ages an active engagement with the exhibits.
Opening times: until June 11, 2023, Tuesday to Sunday (including public holidays) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Admission: Adults 7.50 euros, under 18s free
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