Musicians at the Fasching or Carnival in Germany

The Fasching or Carnival season is almost ending. It’s last day will be on Tuesday before Ash Wednesday. I was watching on TV a Fasching celebration in Cologne this evening. It was really fun and entertaining.

Every village, town or city in Germany has its own way of celebrating the Fasching festival. Whether big or small, I always love how they celebrated. I believed, I am already loving this German culture.

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Musicians at the Fasching or Carnival Parade in Hemau, Bavaria.

I already witnessed some carnivals in Germany. It might not be the big ones like in Mainz, Duesseldorf or Cologne but I love it.  The colorful costumes of various kinds, styles and motives, the different floats, the musicians who are performing live especially during the Fasching parade are very entertaining both for young and old.  You can buy now any carnival costumes or musical instruments to play for Fasching or any celebration if you are joining one.

You still have time to witness this festival until tomorrow, Tuesday. On Ash  Wednesday, the celebration is over. Sad to say, I cannot witness any Fasching celebration this year like what I always did the past years. Sometimes life is just too busy for some things.

I hope you already experience this kind of celebration in Germany. Cheers!

 
 

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