Festival
17th + 18th September, 2021
Jamel near Gressow/Wismar

What a party!

Two „Forstrock alternate concerts” in 2021:

Date: 17th and 18th September 2021, stage events from 6pm to 10pm respectively! 2 cool acts per day (and of course, we won’t tell you, who’s performing).

Our ticketshop opens at 10th September, 7pm – only for the subcribers of our newsletter. Please subscribe here.

There will only be day-passes (without overnight stay) for between 300 to max. 500 people per evening – depending on the current incidence factor. All visitors will have to leave the site as well as the parking area by 11pm.

That means, anyone who is traveling from far and wants to be here on both dates has to take care of accommodation themselves (camping sites, holiday apartments…). And unfortunately we won’t be able to have any information booths or workshops.

The rules

Visitors will have to be either fully vaccinated at least since two weeks, recovered or tested negative  in the last 24 hoursto be able to access the site. No exceptions!

 

Welcome

Nazis originally aimed to cultivate the village of Jamel to be a “national-socialist model village,” deliberately seeking tenants and landowners who identified with their views. Jamel rockt den Förster began in 2007 when Birgit and Horst Lohmeyer, farm owners in Jamel, refused to tolerate the intolerance. Jamel rockt den Förster exists to show resistance against the Nazi occupation with Democracy and Tolerance being its founding principles.

Find more information about the festival on the History-page and current news on Facebook.

Patron of the festival: Manuela Schwesig and till 2021 President of the state parliament MV Birgit Hesse Nazis originally aimed to cultivate the village of Jamel to be a “national-socialist model village,” deliberately seeking tenants and landowners who identified with their views. Jamel rockt den Förster began in 2007 when Birgit and Horst Lohmeyer, farm owners in Jamel, refused to tolerate the intolerance. Jamel rockt den Förster exists to show resistance against the Nazi occupation with Democracy and Tolerance being its founding principles.

Find more information about the festival on the History-page and current news on Facebook.

Patron of the festival: Manuela Schwesig and till 2019 President of the state parliament MV Sylvia Bretschneider (†)

Programme

Here we’ll inform you what else you could find in 2019 at our festival. In 2021 we have unfortunately no info booths and workshops.

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Questions and Answers

Here you find a map of the festival ground Map Jamel 2021.

We have compiled some tips in the form of Q&A in order to make all guests at our festival as comfortable as possible.

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Ranger Merchandise

As a true Forstrock-Fan, consider some of our merchandise: Official shirts, bags and patches can be bought for little money via Audiolith!

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The Lineup

The target audience of „Jamel rockt den Förster“ consists primarily of politically interested people who support and celebrate democracy. In this respect, the festival is not comparable to commercial music festivals.

Since 2017 we didn’t announce the line-up until the festival date, so that everyone who is not only interested in the fantastic bands but also in the political message of the festival had a chance to get tickets. This concept worked! Many thanks to all our understanding and dedicated visitors.