We had a short talk with Safri and after saying goodbye to our companions we headed home and reached Stege at about 3.30am.
And why did it take over 4 and a half hours to get home you might ask? Well, because Aarhus had decided to close all the
entry roads to the freeway! And instead of finding a new route for us, the GPS got all snappy and insisted that we went through the barrier! So we had to find a way out ourselves, which….let´s be honest…isn´t what we do best.
and a half hours.
After 4 and a half hours of sleep, not so bright-eyed and bushy-tailed, we were ready to attend another, but different kind of drum show at the 23rd, and our 13th, annual Powwow in Copenhagen.
Kloeften Festival, Haderslev, Saturday the 29th of June, 2013
“You can do anything, but……..”
For the first time in Safri tour history it
was a walk in the park to be on the guest list. Don´t get us wrong, it is always an honour being on the guest list, but it´s often difficult to make it through the entrance! Normally no one believes us when we say we are guests, we get
the wrong passes and once our names were registered under the name “Martin Andersen”, who we, to this date, still don´t know! (But thanks for the invite!😉)
But in Kloeften: Not a problem, probably also due to Safri´s new tour manager, who is very effective and sweet.
We were a bit sad to discover that, apparently, Haderslev had suffered heavy, heavy rain up to
this event, and because we had sun on Sealand, we came wearing white sneakers…..so much for being prepared….
Only focused on staying on our feet we quickly walked to the outdoor stage suddenly realizing, that we were in the wrong
place, because Winnie and Sonja were nowhere to be found (maybe the fact that Safri were to play on the “tent-stage” should have given it away, but let´s not quibble!!😋)
Dreaming about dry, green pastures, we once again marched through the mud and found the right location right next to the main entrance🤨.
About half an hour was left ´till the show began and Uffe and Morten were on stage checking their drums, which is always nostalgic.