Discovery Area, Culture Pavilion, Vereinshaus, , Kulturpavillon, Vereinshaus, Sthe parish church of St. Magdalena, the Protestant Church, the backyard of the former Lang bakery and the blacksmith shop of Metallbau Drebinger: Discover hin&herzo at classical and uncommon places.
Stroll, discover, amble, look for arts and find inspiration – that’s what the hin&herzo Discovery Area invites you to do. Discover in this case is to be taken literally: At every turn you will meet singers, actors, imagination installers. The Discovery Area will be completely in the hands of the street artists and culture fans; traffic will be barred out, imagination will be invited in.
During the Festival, the Main Street and Market Square will be the catwalks of imagination. One highlight of the Discovery Area on Friday, 28th September, will be the singer songwriter and poet Clara Louise who stuns her audience not only with her German folk pop, but also with her poetic miniatures. You might know these not only from her book of poems, but also from Instagram.
“Schönes Wasser” will transform the public area into a water café. And where an old coffee grinder pulls stories and pictures out of a steamer trunk, you probably ran into “Kurbel-Koffer”. Look at your town center from a new point of view, enjoy the visual, musical and humorous imaginary journey, either scheduled or spontaneously. Also your sense of taste is an artist. You will be able to taste unknown nuances, fantastically delicious combinations and exquisite creations in our Culinary Discovery Area.
hin&herzo Culture Pavilion
At the heart of the Discovery Area, you will find the “hin&herzo Culture Pavilion”. This multi-functional event tent with its small stage and 150 seats is the exquisite focus for all kinds of events.
Of Churches and backyards
Besides the “hin&herzo Discovery Area”, there will also be events taking place at classical and well-known locations. Some of these are the Vereinshaus, the parish church of St. Magdalena, the Protestant Church, the backyard of the former Lang bakery and the blacksmith shop of Metallbau Drebinger.