Dear BTF-community, the pre-sale is open!

the last few weeks and months have been a fuck-up marked by highs and then deepest lows for all of us! But that will definitely change. But before we come around the corner the day after tomorrow wth the first announcement for 2022 and push the boat out, we want and have to clarify something organizational - the tiresome issue of tickets.

If you are unable to attend the new date July 21 - July 23, 2022, you can register the tickets you have purchased from us for return by e-mail by December 31, 2021. Please send us a message to and you will receive information about the process. Anyone who has purchased their ticket at an external advance booking office authorized by us must contact them regarding the return by the end of the year.

Finally, for a special treat: We give all former ticket holders * who have already returned their entry ticket due to the cancellations in 2020/2021 the opportunity to purchase their old ticket again at the retail price at the time. You read that right! Anyone who would like to respond to our suggestion can also send us a short email with the relevant information and name to


We are now tired and exhausted - what a fight, what a cramp!?! We hardly dare to pronounce it, but we have to admit that there will be no BACK TO FUTURE / GLAUBITZ OPEN AIR in September.

It hurts us tremendously to tell you that we are repeatedly postponing all of our babies. New date: 21.-23. July 2022! With our original decision to reschedule the festival, we hoped to be able to hold a safe event in September without any worries. The protection of everyone involved in this event is and will remain our claim. We spent months tinkering with possible concepts and model projects, ultimately everything for the cat!

Great hope on the way to "cultural freedom" was based on a high willingness to vaccinate and the associated political relaxation in matters of open air permits. We were apparently too hopeful and naive ...

The presale tickets from 2020 and 2021 will be carried over to July 2022. The line-up in the coming year will be awesome, that's for sure. We now have to let everything sink in and process it ourselves and will get back to you with more information in the coming days.

Dearest, your BTF crew


It's great that this unique band was able to switch to September and we are excited to see which selection of the many hits will end up on the song list. But the real reason why we are re-introducing The Shocks is that the shooting gallery is now operated by Jan. As a kid punk, he blasted the skins to ashes at Heilbronx Nuklear, but at Modern Pets it sounded a lot more accomplished.



"Making Punk A Threat Again" could be a good slogan to accompany the band. Waivers are, in the best and classic sense, something like an anarcho HC punk band that openly point out various grievances that our not so great society has to offer.

The band goes musically, In terms of content and songwriting, skilfully tackled the matter. You could talk about something like an insider tip.



Yeah, also Cheap Stuff, the five-man from Orange County Dresden released a great album in 2020, with which they will come back to us again - it goes by the name "Kings And Pawns". A home game, so to speak, for the guys with the forward-pressing songs, which are sure to sing along with some of the lyrics.

It's pretty great to know that a combo like this is coming from around the corner.


Cellophane Suckers

The guys from the Cellophane Suckers stand a lot wider than their shoulders are. Because with the searing sound they produce, it would be difficult for them to have a secure hold.

We're looking forward to one guitar board after the other from the Rhinelander who write ROCK in large, shiny letters.



We can't and don't really want to imagine that Valy and The Vodkas should be moldy basement punk. Disaster command sounds a lot better and more promising. In other words, we're looking forward to these newcomers, who obviously don't take themselves too seriously, but instead tackle the matter with the appropriate sense of humor. Good thing that!



Why the band named themselves after a film diva who was only married eight times remains to be found out. It is known that the Zsa Zsa Gabor's come from St. Pölten / Austria and love to play fine and melodic sing-along punk rock, as we know it from England.

Estimated to be the ideal prerequisite for performing in our riding arena.



There's a new crew interview. From now on with U-Mann, come and see!



Erection, this is sex, this is the future, this is rock'n'roll! Swing! Huiuiui, the Regensburg mixed doubles set the bar for expectations for their audience quite high with their self-description. We can really be excited to see what the southern German pussy-penis power punks have to offer.