Each pin you get for a donation of at least 5 Euros to Klassik Open Air will directly support the Open Air concerts in Nuremberg’s Luitpoldhain. The income from this little bird is one of the financial pillars of the concerts. A pillar formed by many people, each of them making his/her contribution.
Some people have even developed a collector’s mania and look forward to a new bird design every year, which is always derived from the first bird created by Nuremberg painter and Culture Award winner, Toni Burghart. In 2018, the single-coloured bird pin stood for the first concert day with the Nuremberg State Philharmonic Orchestra, and the patterned pin for the second Klassik Open Air with Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra.
Buy a bird pin and show that you, too, support the concerts! For your donation of at least 5 Euros, you will receive one of these little birds as a small thank you. It is only due to these donations and the commitment of our faithful sponsors that the concerts in Europe’s greenest concert hall and picnic venue can remain free of charge.