For the second time, colorful flowers towered into the sky in Munich’s Olympic Park last weekend. The Superbloom Festival once again invited to musical highlights and performances. With lots of sunshine, the entry queues formed early on Saturday morning at the Olympic site. Those who then made it into the flowery Superbloom world could get in the mood for the weekend on the first day of the festival in the Olympic Stadium with singer Paula Hartmann (22) or dance with DJ Öwnboss (34) from Brazil on the Superstage next to the stadium. Away from the music and in the countryside, Disctrict 4 offered workshops as well as fashion and drag queen performances. The supporting program of the weekend also included comedy performances, children’s programs, live podcasts and hands-on activities.

Compared to last year, the Olympic Hall was not used for the festival this time and remained without a stage. “Last year, the Olympic Hall was not visited enough, which of course was not optimal for the artists,” explains Barbara Hexges, Head of Marketing

The main stage in the Olympiastadion was repositioned after last year’s frustration with the admission ban for security reasons, so that no fans had to stand in front of closed doors on Saturday. “By repositioning the stage, we were able to create more capacity for our visitors,” says Barbara Hexges. “We are very satisfied with that, because everyone could find a place and everything worked smoothly.” The British singer Ellie Goulding (36) was also happy, as was the German rapper Kontra K (36), who heated up the crowd with an energetic show and pyrotechnics.

Peter Fox (52) invited to a big dance party in the evening with the Seeed classic “Augenbling” or his hit “Schwarz zu Blau”. To do this, he gathered selected fans and dancers around him on stage, who waved “white flags” with him or painted the “future pink” with him. The Dutch DJ Martin Garrix (27) said goodbye to the almost 50,000 visitors with dance sounds and an impressive laser show into the night.

“Thank you, Munich, thank you – please, Aggu, please!” was what rang through the Olympic Stadium on Sunday morning, which was also in great weather. The German rapper Ski Aggu (25) warmed up his audience, which was already surprisingly full of energy given the early hours, with “Friesenjung” or “Party Creme” and thanked the fans several times on their knees for their clapping and jumping efforts. As on the first day of the festival, it remained musically varied: The German indie band Giant Rooks got the visitors dancing as usual at their last show for the year and with “For you” and “Somebody Like You” they whetted the appetite for their second album, the lead singer Fred Rabe promised to appear in the stadium to the delight of the fans. Afterwards, the two US pop stars Ava Max (29) and Jason Derulo (33) brought their biggest hits to Munich and ensured that the stadium was full.

On the Superstage, the German rapper Marteria (40) not only heralded the festival finale on Sunday, but also proclaimed the “best Sunday in the world”. Because after two concerts in Rostock’s Ostseestadion on Friday and Saturday, he was rewarded for the long journey to Munich and cheered by the crowd. The musician was not alone on stage, Miss Platnum and Yasha joined him to celebrate the tenth anniversary of their song “Lila Wolken” and to perform all the songs from the trio’s EP of the same name. “I will never forget that for you,” Marteria thanked the enthusiastic audience for the successful end of the weekend. On the big stadium stage, this was celebrated by the US rock band Imagine Dragons around singer Dan Reynolds (36), who, as the last act, also met a text-safe crowd and ended with their hits like “Radioactive” or “Whatever It Takes”. sat.

“Except for a few tickets in the higher price categories, we were sold out and had 50,000 visitors per day. We are very happy with our second edition of Superbloom, because we were able to implement everything we had planned,” is the positive conclusion of Hexges and her team. The festival will thus open the gates of its colorful world again in the coming year: the third edition has been announced for September 7th and 8th. Early bird tickets are on sale starting this Monday (September 4th).