The start of the 25th OutDoor show, the last to be held in Friedrichshafen, will be a celebration with outdoor activities, music, and movies to entertain visitors.
The German Bouldering Championship will be held on the show grounds in hall B5 on 16 and 17 June and will also be livestreamed online.
The same weekend, the Friedrichshafen promenade will be transformed by the Midsummer Festival that will feature various outdoor activities such as slacklining, Stand Up Paddling and a climbing island, as well as live music.
Additionally, the open-air OutDoor Movie Nights will take place on both the Saturday and Sunday evenings, and the Sunday will also see the fifth International Ocean Film Tour.
It’s not only about fun and parties: OutDoor will continue to focus on new themes, such as Hangout, Lifestyle Collection, Water Sports and Running and selectively connect with consumers, for example through micro-adventures. “As the name suggests, micro-adventures are all about spontaneous, fun mini adventures in nature that fit in with everyday life,” explains the show. “Adventures don’t have to be extreme or involve distant destinations – they can also take place on your doorstep. Simply pack your outdoor gear and head off to sleep out with friends under the stars after work. Enjoy the experience of outdoor cooking and exploring the natural world around you.”
For its jubilee edition, OutDoor has arranged a special micro-adventure for end consumers: a group will be exploring the surrounding Lake Constance area, sleeping outdoors and enjoying a new adventure together.
Last year 21 412 visitors attended the show where there were 965 exhibitors.
This year the OutDoor show takes place 17-20 June in Friedrichshafen.