For six hours, there will be a colorful program for young and old, with games, fun and good humor. Of course, Radio Arabella will be there again. Presenter Simon Jägersberger will be on stage with interviews, games and competitions to ensure the best entertainment and atmosphere.
The program includes many popular activities, especially for the younger visitors. Those who wish can give free rein to their creativity at the large handicrafts stand or at the SandZauber workshop. Small practical gifts and free tickets for events and leisure facilities can be won at the Olympic Park Wheel of Fortune. And in keeping with the motto "Shark meets Rabbit," Sea Life's mascot "Sharky" will also be stopping by.
New at the Easter Festival are the obstacle course with mini bouldering wall, tire run, bouncy balls, hula hoops, pedalos and skipping ropes, as well as a climbing tower from Sayaq Adventures Munich, where you can make your way to the top well secured.
Of course, the Munich showmen with rides and booths as well as the AOK Bavaria with a campaign booth on Easter Sunday are also part of the party. And that may not be missing at the Easter Festival: Face painting for children, a children's magic show, a balloon station, the fairy tale tent and, of course, the two big Easter bunnies handing out little treats from Do&Co to the children in front of the Olympic Tower.