Sola Drageklubb - Kitefestival in Norway on the 7th and 8th of June.
I know the secret recipe for a successful kite festival in Norway during 25 years: Enthusiastic and motivated people over there; Working hard at the kite workshop on Saturday making more than 200 kites a day, Play and show the kites on Sunday. (and in the evening a beer or two). I am looking forward to join them, to help them and to drink a beer with them!!
Ketil Sand (Norge)
Mårten Bondestam (Finland) :
Søren Christensen (Danmark) :
Karl Longbottom (England) :
Bert Maetens (Belgia) :
Steffi Rauchwarter & Kolli (Østerriket) :
Robert Valkenburgh (Holland) :
Kisa Sauer (Tyskland) :
Anke Sauer (Tyskland) :
Some more things about the festival:
Sola I The announcement
Sola II The Festival seen from above
Sola III The neighbourhood
Sola IV The harbor
The annual kite festival will be held on the first weekend of June.
Norway's largest and oldest annual kite festival begins with a large kite workshop in Sola Culture House on Saturday and continues with kite festival on the Hellstø beach on Sunday. International kite fliers will be attending both days.
Kite festival usually gathers together about 3-5000 participants and is one of the region's most popular outdoor family events.
Saturday: Build your own kite in Sola Culture House from 11am - 15.pm. There will be several models to choose from, and you can come and go all day, no registration. It takes from half an hour to an hour to make a kite.
Prices from NOK 50
Kite Festival at Hellestø beach from 13 - 16pm. Demonstration from the international kite fliers, great prices for self-made kites and diploma for all children. Kites, food and drink for sale!
Parking NOK 50, participation is free.