The Tollwood Festival is a festival that takes place every six months in the Olympiapark (summer) or on the Theresienwiese (winter) in Munich.
The festival’s programme is very diverse, always with a more popular side in order to attract the maximum number of visitors.
The BossHoss is a seven-member band from Berlin, formed in 2004. The group had their breakthrough in 2005 with country music-style interpretations of pop songs. Meanwhile, rhythm guitarist Hoss Power writes most of the band’s songs himself, as well as their most commercially successful single to date, “Don’t Gimme That”. The origin of the band’s name lies in the song Boss Hoss, released by The Sonics in 1965.
The Tollwood main stage tent was completely packed and the heat in Munich, especially inside, was simply scorching. The Berlin band as always perform in top physical form and the public adore them, they are probably the most popular band in Germany at the moment, with a diverse audience. It’s always good and fun to photograph these guys!
We would like to thank you for the sympathy shown to our reception, we are very happy and hope to come back again!