VRONI'S BAVARIAN TRADITIONS
Bavarian Songs, Traditions and Fun
Vroni & the Seppls on Tour 2023
Tayvallich Village Hall
Stow Town Hall
20.00 Vroni's Bavarian Traditions
“Highly, highly recommend this feel good show”
(Edfringe review for Vroni & the Seppls: Bavarian Traditions at BlundaBus)
Let me take you to Bavaria by playing Bavarian songs and translating them for you, then we'll proceed to learn some Bavarian Oktoberfest traditions, including Schunkeln, standing on charis and clapping and the ancient tradition of getting up and sitting down again.
After all these activities you will be thirsty, so I'll teach you to drink beer the Bavarian way, poured in massive measures and with the Ein Prosit song, the most famous beer drinking song around the world. You'll have as great a time as any Bavarian in a beer tent somewhere in Bavaria. Prost!
Vroni & the Seppls on Tour
Bavarian Traditions at Scottish Oktoberfests
Tayvallich Oktoberfest at Tayvallich Village Hall on 21/10/2023
"Beer drinking! Bavarian traditions! Learn about Oktoberfest rituals and how to sing the famous Ein Prosit song! Welcome to this funky Bavarian show performed by Vroni Holzmann, accompanied by the fabulous Joey Sanderson. Vroni is from the Bavarian Alps and knows what she's talking about. A very authentic Bavarian show with accordion and double bass, plus a Seppl and a Resi who demonstrate proper beer-tent behaviour to you. Bavarian rituals are easy to learn and so much fun. You'll want to go straight to the Oktoberfest from here.
With traditional beer tent food provided by the fabulous Tayvallich Inn (big sausages and yummy pretzels and the like!).
Very important to know... this event is BYOB so you get to decide how authentic/beery your experience is!
£5 entry, actual old fashioned paper tickets are on sale from the Tayvallich Inn and village shop - buy now so as not to miss out!!"
Stow Oktoberfest at Stow Town Hall on 28/10/2023
"Stow Brewery's second ever Oktoberfest, Saturday 28th October 2023, 7pm for 7.30pm through till 11.45pm at the Townhall in Stow, with the extraordinary Vroni Holzmann entertaining with her Bavarian Traditions music and humour - fresh from her appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe - also supported this year by the amazing 4 piece Bavarian band the Bründlmusikanten.
Our Dhu Brew Pils Lager is ready and chilling.
Tickets £16 each include the amazing Bründlmusikanten, Vroni’s Bierfest show, traditional German Bier food of Bratwurst, Sauerkraut and bread, and your first pint of Dhu Brew Pils or a Dhu Brew Wildfire Gin and Tonic; what’s not to like? Should be a great night!
The Bründlmusikanten are four musicians from Witzmannsberg in Bavaria: Manuela, Daniel, Sepp and Sepp. They have played together for many years and have a repertoire of over 130 Bavarian tunes. Manuela plays a Styrian harmonica, accompanied by funky Bavarian brass. They have always wanted to come to Scotland with their special Bavarian music, and our Oktoberfest was the perfect opportunity for them to come over and rock the Scottish Borders with authentic Bavarian Bierfest music."
Sandy Bells Oktoberfest at Sandy Bells on 29/10/2023
"With Vroni & the Seppls and the Bründlmusikanten.
Vroni Holzmann brings her Bavarian Tradition Show to Sandy Bells, accompanied by Joey Sanderson on double bass.
Featuring support by the Bründlmusikanten, flown in from Bavaria to play authentic traditional music for you.
The Bründlmusikanten play from 5pm / Vroni’s Bavarian Traditions at 8pm"
Bavarian Traditions - Past Events
Vroni & the Seppls: Bavarian Traditions at the Edinburgh Fringe
Vroni's Bavarian Traditions at the Blundabus
Come and see me perform my Bavarian Show at the Blundabus. With a bit of luck I will be joined by Joey Sanderson on bass and various eclectic fringe characters in Lederhosen and Bavarian dresses. Don't miss this opportunity to sing beer songs, have Bavarian fun and try out some yodelling. It's a really fun event. Tickets can be bought at Edfringe.
With Mr and Mrs Wednesday Night at Bob's Blundabus
With Bob, Ruth, Joey and Angel as my Seppl, Resi, Seppl and Seppl
With my very confused Seppl Bob
Seppl and Vroni at the Edinburgh Fringe