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At the biggest Milka-Fest of the year, all of Bludenz will shine in purple and offer thousands of visitors a lot of fun around the popular Alpenmilch chocolate. The sports and play stations start at 10.00 am. The official opening is at 11.00 am. The gaming stations close at 5 p. m., immediately after that there is the big closing parade with raffle. Admission is free of charge!
On Saturday, July 7th, the Milka Chocolate Festival celebrates its 35th anniversary and plunges all of Bludenz back into fashionable purple.
Numerous artists enchant the visitors with their performances, the Milka game stations provide for action, raffles raffle great prizes and of course the Milka Ski Stars are also there. The guests will be entertained musically by the band "Bluatschink".
Colourful festival with many attractions
Acrobats, stilt walkers, jugglers, magicians, clowns, street dancers and barrel organ players will delight the hearts of visitors to the Milka Chocolate Festival this year for the 35th time in a row. Around 30 play and fun stations await the little chocolate fans - from the popular bouncy castle to the children's disco to the Milka Naps search in the hay. In addition to fun and games, the festival is also about interesting facts about the anniversary: 35 facts about Milka and the popular chocolate festival are hidden throughout the city.
Collect stamps and win prizes
This year again, all visitors to the Chocolate Festival have the opportunity to win numerous prizes. At the Milka game stations you can collect stamps with skill and fun. The prizes are simply great: there is a helicopter flight from the ÖAMTC and a voucher for a stay in the Playmobil FunPark with overnight stay in the Playmobil Hotel in Zirndorf, Germany for two adults and two children.
Be sporty and do good
Once again this year, the young visitors to the Chocolate Festival have the opportunity to take part in "Children Running for Children" and to do good through their sporting activities. The soles can get hot between 12 and 16 o'clock. Those who are particularly motivated can win great prizes after five rounds on the wheel of fortune. The collected donations go to CliniClowns, Special Olympics and UNICEF.
Finally: Milka Biscuit run final and big parade
This year there will also be a special finale at the Chocolate Festival: The Milka Biscuit Run challenges all winners of the previous city rounds once again for the big final title "Milka Biscuit Champion of the Year".
Performance of the band "Bluatschink"
* Milka Biscuit Run Final
* Wizards, clowns and artists
* Performance of the Milka Ski Stars, among others Michi Kirchgasser & Anna Veith
* Milka Fly Wings, circus school, cheerleader workshop, airbrush tattoos.
* Around 30 sports and play stations
* Children running for children's action
* Numerous competitions