Was ist los in Franken? March 24, 2017

ANSBACH, Germany (March 24, 2017) – “Was ist los in Franken?” details off-post community events and activities occurring throughout Middle, Lower and Upper Franconia.

Blues Days in Roth (Photo: Stuart Levine)

Night Flea Market in Nürnberg
A night flea market takes place at PARKS Nürnberg (Berliner Platz 9) Friday, March 24, starting at 6 p.m. To learn more, visit Parks


Kneipenfestival in Dinkelsbühl
Dinkelsbühl’s annual pub festival with live music takes place March 25, starting at 8:30 p.m. One ticket buys access to all participating locations. To learn more, contact Touristik Service Dinkelsbühl (Altrathausplatz 14, Tel.: 09851-902440) or visit Kneipenfestival


Spring market in Herrieden
Herrieden is hosting a spring market downtown Sunday, March 26, starting at noon.


Easter market in Kammerstein
An Easter market takes place Sunday, March 26 inside the Sporthalle SV Kammerstein from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. downtown.


Open Sunday in Fürth
The city of Fürth is hosting an open shop Sunday and a spring market March 26 from 1to 6 p.m. To learn more, visit Open Sunday


Blues Days in Roth
The 26th “Rother Bluestage” are taking place in the city of Roth March 26 through April 2; international Blues musicians perform their music during different events and concerts at several locations. To learn more, visit Bluestage


Photo: Herrieden

Music Night Herrieden
The “Musiknacht Herrieden,“ the annual Herrieden pub crawl, takes place Saturday, April 1. Six locations in Herrieden feature live music, starting at 8 p.m. One ticket buys admission for the whole night. Locations include Zum Bergwirt, Limbacher, Sportheim, Zur Sonne, Enzo, and Cafe Linde. Tickets for 11 euros can be purchased in all participating locations before the event, or for 13 euros at the door. A shuttle bus transports party-goers between Marktplatz and Bergwirt between 10 p.m. and 4 a.m. To learn more, visit Musiknacht Herrieden


Street Food Market in Ansbach
Ansbach is hosting a street food market downtown Ansbach at Martin-Luther-Platz Sunday, April 2 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Visitors can choose from burgers, pulled pork or barbecue, Spanish Paella, pizza or vegan food. To learn more, visit  Street Food Ansbach



Volksmarch hiking days
Volksmarches or “Internationale Wandertage” are a form of non-competitive physical fitness training, which takes the participants through some of the most beautiful landscapes in Germany.  The walking distance varies from 5 to 10 or 20 kilometer routes on scenic trails through forests, along rivers and lakes or around historic sites. There is no set start time, but a window of time for hikers to start the route, and finish it at their own pace. Trails are typically marked well along the way. Many trails are stroller-friendly and provide great opportunity to explore the countryside. After the walk the local hiking clubs usually offer food and drink in a hall or tent, sometimes even at a half-way point. Avid hikers can get a hiking passport stamped each place they participate, and many clubs reward their visitors with a small token. To learn more about hiking in Germany, visit DVV Wandern.

Volksmarch in Eggolsheim
A hiking day is scheduled for March 25 & 26 in Markt Eggolsheim; distances to walk are 5 and 10 kilometers. Start 7 a.m. to noon at Eggerbach Halle (Josef Kolb Straße 10a, 91330 Eggolsheim). To learn more, visit Volksmarch Eggolsheim

Volksmarch Langenzenn
A Wandertag takes place in Langenzenn with distances of 5, 10 and 20 kilometers April 8 and 9. Starting point is Stadthalle Langenzenn (Pfaffenleite 16, 90579 Langenzenn) from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. To learn more, visit Volksmarch Langenzenn

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