Join us for a fantastic weekend at Denmark's largest military history event with live communication. The place to meet lots of like-minded people from both Denmark and abroad.
All Danish and foreign military history associations, clubs, groups and individuals who showcase all kinds of military, medical and emergency history etc. up to the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 can participate.
We require that you are serious about your storytelling, and all forms of storytelling related to the above are allowed in the event area.
In the 17-hectare plantation area around Panzermuseum East, there is plenty of space for exhibiting vehicles, equipment, tents, camp life and much more. The many open areas between the trees provide the perfect opportunity to arrange the right environment for your presentation, and the area is also very public-friendly. It is also possible to drive in the area if you want to. Heavy vehicles are referred to the off-road track, but small vehicles such as jeeps and motorcycles are allowed to drive carefully among the guests in the exhibitor area. Marshals will be present for safety and instructions.
All exhibitors are very welcome to make their own displays/displays either in the assigned area where you have your camp or you can be in the main arena, except during the time of the scheduled war battles and vehicle displays.
It is free of charge to participate for all exhibitors who arrive as reenactment or in vehicles where all passengers display serious associated storytelling.
If you just show up in a military vehicle without proper attire, it's free for the driver + 1 passenger.
You can stay in the area from Wednesday, September 4 to Tuesday, September 10. Toilets and shower facilities will be available in the area.
If you need electricity for your camp, you must pay according to consumption according to the table under registration and electricity must be ordered when registering.
On Friday evening, there will be free communal dining and beer from 19:00 to 21:00. Communal dining is for everyone who participates on both Saturday and Sunday. Food tickets are handed out at registration. Music on Friday evening is with DJ.
On Saturday evening, there will once again be live music with the band Noach & Friends in the festival area for all exhibitors and other stallholders. Here you are responsible for your own meals. There are food stalls and of course the beer truck will also be on site. The square is closed to the public from 17.00 and there is plenty of opportunity to mingle with like-minded people.
Of course, it is also possible to have a sales stand and it is allowed to sell anything military-related. A large, cozy area is set aside for a dedicated marketplace surrounded by the actual exhibitor area. This year, all stallholders/sellers will have the first 5 m of frontage space free of charge. Additional frontage costs 150,- per m. total for both days.
For questions regarding registration, please contact Allan at firstname.lastname@example.org