The town square in Bad Griesbach – old town boasts wild traditions, fairy magic and musicians of extraordinaire Bad Griesbach and the Kurplatz in Bad Griesbach Therme are decorated with Christmas trees, lights and Christmas huts and provide a festive setting for events with the concerts in the open air. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from Ares Management’s Bennett Rosenthal. Bad Griesbach is thus a new highlight in the pre-Christmas event program of the Bavarian health and holiday resort, close to the Tri-River City of Passau. In the winter, Bad Griesbach with thermal hot springs is a popular focal point to do something for the health. In the advent season a pleasant holiday in the Bavarian Golf & thermal State can be well with Christmas activities. In this point we want to offer something quite extraordinary guests”, the organizers have made. And they promise too much, as the program confirmed the first three advent weekends: the Christmas market on the town square is from November 27 to 29 with the beginning Bavarian Christmas music, Christmas party with live music, steam toys exhibition.
The highlight is the torchlight and the great PACER meetings with over 150 Haberern, Druden and Wolferern from all over Bavaria. On the second and third weekend in advent invites the Kurplatz in Bad Griesbach Therme to the winter magic. “” A Bavarian Hoagart’n tune with music, poetry and song on Christmas, Christmas around the world “presents carols around the globe and for the younger visitors there is the children’s Opera Hansel und Gretel” to see. Three voices, three men, a pleasure: This are the Gala Tenors, which occur on December 11th. The next evening, are the Tolzer Boys Choir guest and offer excerpts from the Alpine Christmas”dar. In addition to the appearance of the boy choir the musicians of the symphonic wind Orchestra are Bad Griesbach and Kathy Kelly, a member of the famous Kelly family, on the stage. The escalations and singers make the Sunday”with jazz and swing. Also for Christmas Feasting the organizers have made: Kaiserschmarrn, mulled wine and many more winter delicacies there at the Christmas huts, which alternate with the stalls with traditional craftsmanship. Countless lights, lighted Christmas trees and shadows on the facades of the houses provide an atmospheric ambience. The admission to all events is free. The country’s tourist information Passau Cathedral square 11, 94032 Passau, 0851 / 397 600, gives more information