This year it's Roman again. In the light of the torches. Historic market stalls will offer their goods for sale. With tarte flambée, grilled sausage and vegetarian delicacies, mulled wine, and mead, it is easy to roam between the camps of the Romans, Celts, and Alamanni. Children can explore the site on camels.
One can look forward to the dance in honor of the wine god Bacchus, which the lady of the house has planned for the Roman festival guests. But Alamanni and Celts are also interested in it. One of the other skirmish will not be missing even at night by torchlight. A fire show rounds off the day on Saturday evening.