The Hausler-Hof in Hallbergmoos is organizing the Indian and Trapper Festival (ITF 2014) in the period August 15th again this year with the support of the Country and Western Association Southernstars eV. until 08/17/2014. On the area of more than 60,000 square meters, over 130 tipi and trapper tents as well as 40 different dealers make you forget the modern times completely. Travel back in time, visit the native peoples of America with their unique sounds, or compete in lasso and horseshoe tosses while birds of prey soar above your heads in a unique air show. In addition to the original drum sounds and evening campfire romance, the palate will of course also get their money’s worth during the day. While the children are enthusiastic about archery or prove their creativity in our trapper competitions, you can indulge yourself completely in the flair of the Indian and Trapper Festival 2014. The profits from this event will go to the Munich outpatient children’s hospice and the completion of the Millie Horn Cloud Community House on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Those who decide to visit can immerse themselves in the world of the Wild West and experience a lot in addition to archery, Indian dressage and western riding, canoeing, as well as authentic dealers and much more. There will be musical highlights on Friday evening with the Greyhound Doctors and on Saturday evening with the well-known Munich band “Hats On!”. If you want to experience the authentic passion, come on 15.-17. August 2014 to the Hausler Hof in Hallbergmoos. Children under 14 years, as well as disabled people with ID and hiking riders get free entry! The tickets are available in advance on the official festival website www.itf-munich.de.