The thread for old campers, but also new campers! What to take to Wacken!

Dieses Thema im Forum "Talk" wurde erstellt von Quark, 13. Mai 2015.

  1. Quark

    Quark Der Beste, und anscheinend einer der "Bekloppten"

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    The rental service is called Mein Zelt steht schon. I reckon they'll be announcing any news, rates etc soon enough. Just keep an eye on the news.
     
  2. agresionpower

    agresionpower W:O:A Metalgod

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    I think there are actually 2 rent a tent companies active at wacken.
     
  3. Quark

    Quark Der Beste, und anscheinend einer der "Bekloppten"

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    Ché pas. I never use any of them. I always use that famous 3rd service.
    My tent has to be build by myself! :o
     
  4. Quark

    Quark Der Beste, und anscheinend einer der "Bekloppten"

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    But @Darkfang should know about it, he used it in 14! (when I was there)
     
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    AlaskaMetalTraveler Newbie

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    Even though its kind of expensive, I use zeltheld. Martin is awesome.
     
    Darkfang gefällt das.
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    Darkfang W:O:A Metalhead

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    @srkhasho : the on-site tent rental service is #1. I used it twice and it's well organised. If you're short on budget and you don't want to bring your own, shop in Hamburg for a tent and once the festival is done, disassemble it. The wacken personnel will probably gave it to a charitable organizations or something.
    For me, 100euro is fine. I don't have to bring anything, the tent is already pitched. I drop my stuff, drink beer and relax :).

    And yes, Martin is awesome
     
  7. srkhasho

    srkhasho Newbie

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    thanks for the response guys, i agree with you @Darkfang its better rent it and arrive to the festival and only drink beer or listen music.. nothing else to do.
     
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    Killdrums W:O:A Metalhead

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    shin01176 Newbie

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    Me and my bud used Mein Zelt last year, we were the smucks in the Kartents. Great location, great help, also good area that didn't turn to mud/sludge.

    This year we are going to bring our own tents though and save some money.
     
  10. Sepulchral Voice

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    Last year, our group was over in camp F(aka "Fuck Town" :D), our tents were in a decent spot about a 3 minute walk from the Mein Zelt booth. Only problems that we'd have is that whenever the occasional downpour came through the wind was strong enough to pull the stakes out for some of the tarps. Speaking of the tarps, depending on how they tied them down, you may find yourself reenacting "Indiana Jones" trying not to trip over one while stumbling back to your tent!! Besides that, they were usually pretty quick to get someone over to give you a hand setting the tarps back up.

    We didn't have any mud-sludge issues since we were sort of on a slope. However, toward the bottom of camp F leading into the main market area and entrance was a total mud swamp. Without mud boots, as a friend explained when caught in a downpour, you'll get caught "in the shit." :eek:
     
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    megaMUERTE Newbie

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    Annyone has a cheaper recommendation for renting a tent than the two official providers? it's cheaper to just buy a tent before....
     
  12. Quark

    Quark Der Beste, und anscheinend einer der "Bekloppten"

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    No. Decathlon could help, but you'd have to buy a tent.
     
  13. PipeCL

    PipeCL Newbie

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    Can I get a cheap sleeping bag in Hamburg, right?
     
  14. shin01176

    shin01176 Newbie

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    Me and my bud stopped by the "Familia" store around Itzenhoe, we picked up a lot us Beer, cheap bed rolls and I grabbed a like 20-30 euro sleeping bag. We plan on stopping there again this year and grabbing a couple boxes of the 0,5 Festival beers to better prepare this year.
     
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    PipeCL Newbie

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    Thanks for the tip
    One other question now that you mentioned... I'm not traveling in a rent car, just bus. Can I buy the beer outside(in Itzenhoe for example) and enter it to the camp ground?
     

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