The past seven years, each year on the island of Lilleø been held the Apple Flower Festival, where the participants were entertained by musical legends, such as Mads Langer, Pernille Rosendahl, Master Fatman and Johnny Reimar and been fed with creative festivalmad the brainchild of Claus Meyer.
In the year must the faithful fans, however, see far after the festival, as the team behind has decided that it is time for a year of reflection. It writes folketidende on.dk
- Our gut feeling tells us that we must pause now. There has been many things since we started, and we want the festival to continue for many years to come. After seven years, we will also want to ensure that it does not simply become a repetition of last year. So we can constantly create great moments, " explains Christian Dalholt, which stands for the festival's press contact, to folketidende on.dk.
Madmanden Claus Meyer and musikmanden Kenneth Baker is behind the small festival on Lilleø. Photo: Finn Frandsen
part of the justification for pulling the plug in a year is that you need time to ensure that the festival is not too uncertain in relation to the weather and the economy.
'Logistically it's a big mouthful to arrange something more useful for small thousand people on an island with relatively limited infrastructure, where it never has been the motive to make money, so the balance year after year on the edge of what is possible. Therefore sabbatåret, which we will use to rethink ourselves, so we can come back strong in 2020', writes Claus Meyer, Kenneth Baker and the whole Apple Flower-the family on their website.