NewsPolice satisfied with the start of the Cannstatter Wasen

Police satisfied with the start of the Cannstatter Wasen

Created: 09/24/2022 Updated: 09/24/2022, 2:11 p.m

175. Cannstatter Volksfest
The Cannstatter “Wasen” in Stuttgart is the second largest folk festival in Germany after the Munich Oktoberfest. © Thomas Niedermüller/dpa

After two long years of the compulsory Corona break, the Cannstatter Volksfest was officially opened in Stuttgart yesterday. The police are now taking stock of the situation.

Stuttgart – The police were satisfied with the start of the 175th Cannstatter Volksfest in Stuttgart. “Everything was fine there, everything unremarkable,” said a spokeswoman on Saturday. There were no major incidents. The organizers spoke of a “nice start”. A detailed balance sheet of the first weekend should be available on Sunday.

The Wasen, one of the largest folk festivals in the world, was opened on Friday with a barrel tapping. Stuttgart’s Lord Mayor Frank Nopper (CDU) needed two hits in a tent that was not overly full.

After the festival was canceled twice due to Corona, around 3.5 million visitors are now expected by October 9th. On Sunday there is a folk festival parade with 4000 participants and tens of thousands of onlookers. dpa

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