The Karl-May Festival
Bad Segeberg is known beyond the borders of Schleswig-Holstein and Germany for the Karl-May Festival which enchants 250,000 visitors every year and takes them to the world of the Red Indians and the Wild West. 7500 seats at the theatre invite you to a special kind of adventure. Accompany Winnetou and Old Shatterhand on their adventures in the wide prairie in front of the breathtaking setting of the Kalkberg, one of Europe’s most beautiful open air theatres.
The Karl-May Festival Bad Segeberg 2006
1 July - 10 September 2006
premiere: Saturday, 1 July at 08:30 pm
performances: every Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 03:00 pm and 08:00pm, Sunday at 03:00 pm
for tickets, please click here...
The Indian Village and the Karl-May express
Right next to the open air theatre is the Indian Village. Painted tipis, totem poles, a dancing site and a fireplace are situated in front of the Nebraska house, where an exhibition displays the life of the Native Americans in the prairie of the Mid West, in the woods, at the Great Lakes and in the perennial ice.
The exhibition at the Karl-May house grants you "a peep behind the scenes" of the festival. Among other things, you can see pictures of past performances and a documentation of the artistic posters of the festival.
You can also explore the old town centre of Bad Segeberg with the Karl-May express, a small western train – guided by the local sheriff, of course.
For further information concerning the Indian village[Absatz] and the Karl-May express please click here...