Munich — (MunichNOW Life)Traditional Bavarian music is on offer at the Obermenzinger Stadlfest, as well as plenty of food and drink.

The bands will be playing in front of the historic Zehenstadel, which is a traditional barn located on the northern side of Verdi Strasse across from the Blutenburg Castle. If it rains, the music will simply be moved inside the barn.

Any Volksfest would not be complete without sausage and some of the local fare. Along with those, there will be Pfälzer Wine and fresh beer from the Reutberg monastery, as well as beverages for all ages.

The festivities get started at noon on Saturday May 5, and Willi Stappert and his band get the music started at 1 p.m. Later on, a band called Haxnschmeisser – Geigenmusi is playing.

There will be entertainment for children, as well, including face painting.

Let's hope for blue skies for the fest tomorrow at Schloss Blutenburg -- munich FOTO
Let’s hope for blue skies for the fest tomorrow at Schloss Blutenburg — munich FOTO
The interior courtyard area is bright with traditional murals and stone work -- munichFOTO
The interior courtyard area is bright with traditional murals and stone work — munichFOTO
The castle is on the edge of the city just off Verdistraße -- munichFOTO
The castle is on the edge of the city just off Verdistraße — munichFOTO
There is a traditional restaurant at the lakeside -- munichFOTO
There is a traditional restaurant at the lakeside — munichFOTO
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Ken Macbeth Knowles
Ken Macbeth Knowles studied music and literature at The University of Cincinnati and has lived in Munich for more than a decade. His love of German culture and politics makes living in Bavaria the perfect fit for him. He alternates between freelance writing, editing and proofreading and has also worked as a language trainer in and around the Munich area. He is happiest hiking in the mountains with his dogs or playing music with his band Idleright, and although he was not born in Bavaria, he got here as soon as he could.