Annual Driving Down Of Cattle From The Mountain Pastures
A large-scale celebration: an immense herd returns from the Alpine pastures
The traditional annual return of the herds of cattle from the mountain pastures is celebrated at the end of the season in Laion, on Sunday of the Rosary (the first Sunday in October). Some of the cows are groomed, adorned with decorations and paraded across the village square, in The annual event is also an occasion for a celebration on a grand scale, with live music and culinary specialities of various kinds being served. a sign of thanks for an accident-free summer on the Alpine pastures. Also featured during the event are the “Schuhplattler” dancers, a whip cracking performance and drummers, all putting their respective skills on show for the attentive audience.
2nd October 2016
10:00: Morning pint with the band of Lengmoos
11:00: Morning pint RAI Südtirol LIVE with Norbert Rabanser, the band of Lengmoos and the "Die 6 Loidner"
Performance of the "Schuhplattler" dancers
13:00: Music for brass instruments with the "Innsbrucker Böhmischen"