AEGEE-Heidelberg’s Gala Ball: A Song of Fire and Ice

By | March 10, 2016 at 9:11 am | History | Tags: , ,

Have you been to AEGEE-Heidelberg’s Gala Ball? If not, find out in this article a few details about the event that took place on 20th February at the famous Heidelberg Castle.
The AEGEEan: How many Gala Balls has your antenna organised so far? 

Courtesy of Gunnar Erth

Courtesy of Gunnar Erth

19.
What was the theme of this year’s edition?
A Song of Fire and Ice.
How many participants did you have?
350.
What did the program consist of?
Our event started at 8 p.m and ended around 3am on the 20th of February. We had ballroom dancing until midnight (with the Twin-Band, a great live-Band), dance lessons (cha cha chá), dance show, a beatboxer and tombola; afterwards two DJs played until 3 a.m.
Courtesy of Gunnar Erth

Courtesy of Gunnar Erth

Where was the event held? Tell us more about the venue.
The event was held in the famous Heidelberg Castle in the beautiful “Königssaal” [en. king’s hall, n/a].
Did you serve a particular menu? What did the menu include?
The entrance fee included a welcome drink (sparkling wine), a pretzel and a piece of our delicious birthday cake!
What was the overall impression of this year’s Gala Ball? 

Courtesy of Gunnar Erth

Courtesy of Gunnar Erth

Great event, with many awesome AEGEEans in a beautiful venue. It was great fun and we were happy to have the opportunity to celebrate our 30th anniversary in such a fun and awesome way and to welcome so many amazing people in our fary-tale town. Right after some people even joined us on our Pre-EPM-Tour to Leiden.
Written by Gabriela Geană, AEGEE-București

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