MagicCon 3 goes Poetry Slam – and you can be an active part of it!
Fans of the fine word choice pay attention! The slammer, comedian and confessing nerd David Grashoff will bring the Poetry Slam to the big stage of MagicCon 3 on Friday, April 26, 2018!
Directly in front of the Opening Ceremony (Saal Beethoven, 17:00 – 18:30), the first Magic Poetry Slam will celebrate its premiere. In cooperation with David, we have invited some of Germany’s most imaginative slammers (pun intended) who will engage in an entertaining and entertaining word-to-word battle around the diverse subject areas of MagicCon 3. The winner will finally be able to present his or her winning entry live in the Maritim Hall during the Opening Ceremony.
As slammers they will be part of it:
And YOU can also face the challenge, because, as is traditionally the case with a slam, there is the possibility for “newcomers” and “hobby word artists” to present approx. 5 – 6 minute texts and to face the competition of the experienced slammers. Just note the following call.
Whether in the audience or as a participant on stage, we look forward to welcoming you to the first Magic Poetry Slam at the MagicCon 3 at the Maritim Hotel Bonn. Look forward to a varied evening with lyrics that will enchant and captivate you, make you laugh and make you think.
Apply now and slam along! (Attention: Contributions only in German language)
Then get in touch with us right away and with a bit of luck join us live on 26.04.2018!
For the participation you need two texts (in German language) around the topic Fantasy with a maximum of six minutes length and a little courage.
Four participants will be selected from all submissions to compete in the Magic-Poetry-Slam on MagicCon 3. Prerequisite is that you have a corresponding convention ticket.
Please send applications by 28.02.2019 at the latest by e-mail with the subject “Magic-Poetry-Slam” to Magic-Poetry-Slam Registration.
We are looking forward to your texts! Let your imagination run wild, exactly according to the motto of fantasy cult author Terry Pratchett:
“The truly human quality is not intelligence, but fantasy.”