Review: Greenville Festival 2013 – Day 3 – Nick Cave’s Day

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Sunday was the hottest day of summer with the thermometer to hitting 36 degrees. So we decided to skip the first bands (sorry Greenville festival) and we headed to the nearest lake, which is near Brieselang’s station. We got there with the shuttle bus and we walked until we found a lake with -almost- crystal clear water.

We returned back just on time to enjoy Kaiser Chiefs live performance! NA…NA..NA

Lead vocalist, Ricky Wilson gave so much energy to the crowd that his predictions of a riot were quite right…

The British indie rock band from Leeds performed some new songs and Ricky did his best on stage…and beyond the stage…

After Kaiser Chiefs ‘exceptional performance it was time to “feel so fucking special” with Scala & Kolacny Brothers.

Scala & Kolacny Brothers is a Belgian women’s choir, conducted by Stijn Kolacny and arranged and accompanied by Steven Kolacny on the piano. Their concert was a spiritual moment and gave “salvation” and a feeling of serenity to our hearts.

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It was was 10 p.m. and it was time for the headliner of Greenville Festival. Ladies & Gentleman, Mr. Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

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Nick Cave knows “… who you are, And  knows where you live, And  know there’s no need to forgive…”

With this beautiful song Mr. Cave & his Bad Seeds opened their show this beautiful and warm summer night at Greenville Festival. More beautiful songs were to follow with Mr. Cave giving an excellent show, singing among the people of the audience!

Watching the Australian rock band performing live, you can easily understand why they have been on top for so many years now!

With Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, Greenville Festival finished its 2nd edition! What is certain after this wonderful experience, is that we are going to be there next summer for the 3rd edition. Take care until then and remember that you need to forgive!