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You had to wait a long time... finally here it is!

Enjoy the retrospective of Zappanale #1!

Music is the best!

If you are interested in one or the other picture, please contact us or the photographers directly. The copyright of the photos lies with the respective photographer. Use without a copyright notice and attribution is not permitted.Zappanale 01 - 1990

The right location for an open-air party was quickly found in the Althof monastery ruins.

Our first live band ACE 9 did what it could and stood the whole evening on a tractor trailer parked in the ruins of the monastery.

The soup from the goulash cannon and the Schmaltzstullen were delicious anyway and I think everyone liked the soup from the tap of the Stralsund brewery, too. The event was a wonderful weekend for about 40 - 60 like-minded people.

The local authorities also kept their feet still, so there were no problems from that side either. (Consider 50-80 undergrounds in one bunch.)

Since the response to the first Zappanale was very positive, we decided to plan a larger party every year. Musicians with a world-renowned name should perform. Musicians who stood on stage with Uncle Frank. The raisins in the heads were big and there were a lot of ideas.