The SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE Karlsruhe 2019 under the motto:
"A summer of love and life. Hate comes late - Love comes first."
Ganz im Zeichen der Liebe und des Lebens stehen die SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE Karlsruhe in ihrer fünften Auflage. Vom 8. August bis 15. September erstrahlt die Barockfassade des Karlsruher Schlosses wieder durch atemberaubende Projection Mappings - mit neuen Werken, die 2019 unter dem Motto "Ein Sommer der Liebe und des Lebens. Hate comes late - Love comes first" stehen.
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SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE – A SUCCESS STORY
With its 170 meters of projection surface, the castle of Karlsruhe is perhaps the largest, but definitely the most beautiful screen in Germany. 24 high performance projectors make the castle shine in a different splendor every night – available for everyone free of charge, in the center of Karlsruhe. Already during the first year of the “Schlosslichtspiele”, the “Schlossplatz” – the actual heart of Karlsruhe – was rediscovered by the people of Karlsruhe and enjoyed great popularity among all ages and income groups every night. Over the course of the summer, the “Schlossplatz” became the meeting point for everyone in Karlsruhe as well as tourists. It is a success story that continues in 2017.
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Events at the castle
10th August, 2019
The grand finale during the SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE
Just like in 2018, the finale for the “Golden Guitar” new wave music award will take place during the SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE at the Schlossplatz of Karlsruhe.
11th August, 2019
The traditional parade through the city centre in honour of Karlsruhe automobile inventor Carl Benz takes place right in front of the Karlsruhe Palace
Enchanting cars will once again be on display this year in front of the magnificent backdrop of Karlsruhe Castle. The parade starts on 11 August at 11 a.m. Cars and motorcycles built up to and including 1973 are eligible. A complementary event including professional vehicle moderation, a traditional parade through the city centre, and a special Porsche G-model show will round off the festivities. TIP: As early as Saturday 10 August 2019, some particularly beautiful vintage cars can already be admired in the centre of Karlsruhe.
6th September – 8th September, 2019
Returning to its spot around the Karl-Friedrich Monument once again in 2019
The 4th Foodtruck Convention, taking place on Karlsruhe's palace square, combines treats for the eye with culinary highlights to nourish both body and soul. From 6th to 8th September 2019, the food truck cooks will be serving the finest street food on wheels against the breathtaking backdrop of Karlsruhe Palace.
The incredibly diverse range of food trucks will take you on a wonderfully varied journey of delights – from vegan to vegetarian, right through to meat specialities straight from the smoker. The food truck cooks create the tastiest of street food in the smallest of spaces: whether it be burgers of all kinds or the classic “art food” variety of Maultaschen; there is something here to please all those of you out there who like trying new things. The event will begin at mid-morning on all three days, meaning things will be up and running in time for you to turn your afternoon break into an adventure for your taste buds. Then, in the evening, gourmet street food and a visit to the SCHLOSSLICHTSPIELE can be easily combined. Admission is free!
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