For 30 years, Dunkelfolket have spread horror, laughs and the smiles on the audience’s lips. The Dunkelfolket walk in the front, and appear with wooden masks and black costumes, and contact the spectators without words so that fun and surprising situations arise.
Step into a black and white silent movie from the 1920s. The Carnival Colors consists of both dancers, a beautiful carriage and street theater, where as an audience you cannot know for sure whether you yourself suddenly become part of the story. The group is based in Nørresundby and has been around for 11 years with the goal of always giving the audience a spectacular experience.
Touch of Africa
The Aalborg based group was founded in 2005 and has participated in International Parade many times. The group performs with music and dance from various African cultures and makes their own costumes.
The Samba school Poco Loco is celebrating its 35th anniversary this year with happy sambarytoms, swinging hips and Hawaii inspired costumes. There is a guarantee of a party full of energy and happiness.
This year Alkoholdet will join Aalborg Carnival for the 22nd time. They excel by building an impressive carnival cart up from scratch, and even design their own costumes. This year, Alkoholdet brings a bite of Hawaii to the Aalborg streets.
MGK is a group of 15-20 talented musicians from the Music Conservatory’s basic course that come and spread tasty and delicious tones from the Brass world.
The rocking rhythms and the energy of dance are what characterize the dance and drum group Vimoroz, which is inspired by Western African culture. The group sews many of their colorful costumes or gets them produced by locals in Ghana or neighboring Togo.
Lille Vildmose Produktionsskole
The students from Lille Vildmose Production School spend the whole spring designing costumes for this year’s carnival, and participate each year with an exciting new theme.