KeKuKa Fürstenfeldbruck

09. - 10. November 2024 | Gourmet and handicraft market in Fürstenfeldbruck | regional Fair

The KeKuKa Fair, a German abbreviation for "Chains, Art & Caviar," is an exclusive event that merges the captivating world of artisan craft with culinary delights, all under one roof. Since its inception in 2011 by the organizing company Magna Ingredi Events GmbH, the fair has evolved into a highlight of the cultural and gastronomic calendar. It takes place biannually, in spring and autumn, attracting numerous visitors to the picturesque setting of the event forum at Fürstenfeld Abbey in Fürstenfeldbruck, near Munich..

Set against the historic backdrop of the former Cistercian monastery, the KeKuKa Fair provides a platform for over 100 exhibitors, including talented craftsmen, artists, and local specialty producers. The fair is renowned for presenting a diverse array of handmade and unique products. From elegant handmade jewelry pieces such as chains, bracelets, and earrings to impressive artworks including paintings and sculptures, and a selection of regional treats like honey, smoked goods, and chocolates, the event offers something for every palate.

A distinctive feature of KeKuKa is its comprehensive workshop and information program accompanying the fair. Visitors have the opportunity to engage actively and acquire new skills in areas such as felting or glass-making. These interactive sessions offer a rare chance to learn directly from the craftsmen and develop a deeper appreciation for the art of crafting.

Additionally, visitors' senses are enticed through tasting promotions held in both the indoor and outdoor areas of the barn. Guests can sample a range of exquisite delicacies, including whiskey, cheese, and handmade chocolates, while basking in the warm and welcoming atmosphere.

The fusion of art, craft, and gastronomy has made the KeKuKa Fair in Fürstenfeldbruck an indispensable meeting point for lovers of handmade products and gourmets alike. Its unique blend of traditional craftsmanship and local delicacies, showcased in the breathtaking surroundings of Fürstenfeld Abbey, an architectural gem with deep historical significance, offers a holistic experience that is both inspiring and enjoyable.

The KeKuKa will take place on 2 days from Saturday, 09. November to Sunday, 10. November 2024 in Fürstenfeldbruck.

In 169 days
Date:
09.11.2024 - 10.11.2024*
Saturday - Sunday, 2 days
Trade Show Contact
Display e-mail address
kekuka.de

Audience:
professional visitors and general public

Cycle:
annually

Year of foundation:
2011

Local time:
16:07 h (UTC +02:00)

Fair location:

Kloster Fürstenfeldbruck,
Fürstenfeld 7, 82256 Fürstenfeldbruck, Bavaria, Germany

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Fair organizer
Magna Ingredi Events oHG
Bahnhofstr. 26d
82256 Fürstenfeldbruck, Germany
Tel: +49 (0)8141 8281040
Fax: +49 (0)8141 8281041
Display e-mail address
www.magna-ingredi.de
Past editions:
  • 11. - 12. November 2023
  • 22. - 23. October 2022
  • 07. - 08. May 2022
  • 06. - 07. November 2021

Fair location:

Kloster Fürstenfeldbruck,
Fürstenfeld 7, 82256 Fürstenfeldbruck, Bavaria, Germany

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Product groups: bracelets, handmade jewelry, necklaces, paintings, rings, sculptures, specialties, spirits, statues, …

Disclaimer: No responsibility is taken for the correctness of this information. Errors and alterations excepted! Fair dates and exhibition sites are subject to change by the respective trade fair organiser.

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FAQ

Where does the KeKuKa taking place?
The KeKuKa fair takes place in Fürstenfeldbruck, at the Kloster Fürstenfeldbruck.

When is the KeKuKa taking place?
Visit the KeKuKa from 09. - 10. November 2024.

How often does the KeKuKa take place?
The KeKuKa takes place annually.

What kind of fair is the KeKuKa?
The KeKuKa is an exhibition for Jewelry and Gems, Crafts and Art.