Wacken Open Air 2023: Krombacher celebrates memorable festival and 2024

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Wacken Open Air 2023

Wacken Open Air 2023: Krombacher celebrates memorable festival with
metal fans – and sets new world record


The Wacken Open Air (W:O:A) 2023 will remain unforgotten in many
respects. Historically bad weather had turned the Holy Ground in
Wacken into a mud land, making the heavy metal festival a challenge
not only for fans and organisers on site, but unfortunately also
making it impossible for many metalheads to attend. True to the
legendary W:O:A motto “Rain or Shine”, Krombacher nevertheless
quenched the metalheads thirst for beer at more than 140 taps and
provided heavy highlights with activities
around its Krombacher Stammtisch. Among them: A new world record.

World record in Wacken

110,3 decibels – never before has anyone growled louder than the
visitors of this year’s Wacken Open Air.

Together with the Growling Creatures, the metal fans set a new world
record. On the opening day of the festival, the animal metal band
presented by Krombacher called for record-breaking voices for the
protection of endangered native species.

The metalheads impressively showed that they give their all even
under difficult conditions: in true metal style they growled at the
top of their lungs, thus giving endangered species a powerful voice.
So instead of a minute’s silence, it got really loud in front of the
main stages in Wacken. The attendant judge from the Record Institute
for Germany (RID) officially confirmed the new record and awarded
Thomas Jensen, co-founder of the W:O:A, the record certificate on
behalf of the participating
festival visitors.

Krombacher festival moments: Electric Callboy, Beerpong and a thank
you to the Metalheads

In addition to fresh Pils and Germany’s largest Beerpong arena,
Krombacher had a few more highlights in store for the metal fans: The
Krombacher Stammtisch, the beer brand’s central festival platform,
was officially part of the Line-up and opened the daily programme in
the infield with exclusive live performances. On Thursday, the
popular metalcore band “Electric Callboy” performed a DJ set and
heated up the fans. On Friday, Wacken legend “Mambo Kurt” visited the
Krombacher area, while on
Saturday, the Dutch metal marching band “Blaas of Glory” rang in the
final day of the W:O:A from the balcony of the Stammtisch.

After Krombacher had already provided its products at the start of
the festival as a free gift for those waiting around the approach
routes and rest stops, there were also some final farewell presents
from the brand. As a thank you for a truly unforgettable W:O:A 2023,
Krombacher gave out chilled drinks for those leaving as well as the
numerous helpers. It was the organisation team and the many
volunteers who had made sure that the festival could take place at
all. In return, they received the
limited W:O:A edition of Krombacher Pils and of course non-alcoholic
drinks for all drivers.Hope to see you again next year, at another
sold out W:O:A! Rain or Shine.


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