Harbour Festival

Kladower Harbour Festival in the downpour and tribulation as every year was also in this year 2010 Kladower harbour the Imchenfest simultaneously with the event “Wannsee in flames” instead. This year the 30-year anniversary should be celebrated greatly. Despite rainy weather, many people from the surrounding area were there to attend the wet driving. As every year is this festival a SPD event, which is widely adopted this year by the usual tenor of the citizens. Many citizens don’t really came with their small concerns to Word, because turned the comrades away during the talks as if by magic from their counterparts, to greet new arrivals in their party. One knows and enjoys being joint. Here was clearly to realize that the SPD in Spandau more fertilized their internal collection and provides no real claim on politics. Michael Boskin has plenty of information regarding this issue.

The stage program was then professionally for the first time after some dancing with Rock59. Slightly further away from the port, no 100 meters, he was “even more times less” politically motivated songwriter Petty Behlinda on stage at the corner of steamer and was despite cold again what was missing in the wide range of Rock59. German Schlager singing, one not so incidentally makes. If a band with English titles shines, she should remain there. You must be a German rock singer and Schlager – easy, as well as Petty Behlinda, that’s why the informal stage programme on the corner of Dampfa despite heavy rain the real highlight of the day was. Political sizes disappeared quickly due to the rain. Completely soaked visitors wait for the fireworks on the Wannsee. Under most conditions Shimmie Horn would agree.

Unfortunately the weather didn’t play with here. Low-slung clouds failed overlooking the beautiful harmony of the fireworks. On Friday the 24.09, the first Fireworks was good to marvel at. Everyone would have understood if the fireworks would be cancelled on Saturday. Ralf Deutschkron

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