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The 48th Annual Homburg May Festival

MaifestFriday May 24 to Sunday May 26 – 2024

Following the two successful post-corona events in 2022 and 2023, the Homburg Cultural Society is once again organizing its traditional May Festival with over 20 live acts in the city centre of Homburg. Mayor Michael Forster will open the festival on Friday, May 24. Numerous food and drink stands will provide a wide variety of food and drink for visitors. There will once again be a flea market in Talstraße. Children will get their money’s worth in St. Michael’s Street. Three stages will be available again this year for the open-air concerts: Stage 1 on the Hist. Marktplatz, Stage 2 on Christian-Weber-Platz and the rock stage at the Rondell.

Maifest Stage

The music program has it all again: 

On Friday evening, the band “Krachleder” will heat things up on the market square for the opening. Rap and hip-hop are on the program on Christian-Weber-Platz, while the Southern rock band “Scout” and the AC/DC tribute band “TNT” will provide plenty of power on the rock stage.

Saturday starts musically in the early afternoon. The “Revengers” will be the top act on the market square, rock star Amy Montgomery and her band will perform on the Rondell, while the excellent Phil Collins/Genesis tribute band “True Collins” will provide a great atmosphere on Christian-Weber-Platz. 

On Sunday afternoon, Christian-Weber-Platz traditionally belongs to the line dancers, who get moving to the sound of “Contry to Go”. Finally, “Muka & Friends” will heat things up. On this evening, the market square belongs to the “Happy Sound” orchestra and the “Gentle Jackets”. The exceptional guitarist Thomas Blug and his “Rock Anarchy” will make a stop at the Rondell. There will also be a walk act on Sunday. 

The organization team of the Homburg Cultural Society will ensure that everything runs smoothly throughout the festival. As last time, all beer stands will once again be using reusable festival cups, as serving in glasses is prohibited. In this way, organizers and visitors are actively helping to protect the environment instead of using disposable cups. With the one-off cup fee of €2, every guest makes a small contribution to the counter-financing of this admission-free event. 

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