Anaheim Karnevalsgesellschaft

Karneval is to the Rhineland what Oktoberfest is to Bavaria!
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Our 2014 Motto: Frohsinn und Scherz, wir feiern Karneval mit Herz!
(Joy and Jest, we celebrate Karneval with heart)

Karneval Events 2014
at the Phoenix Club
(except Jan. 17-18, Las Vegas, NV)
Karneval Opening November 16, 2013 Karnevalseröffnung Proclamation Party
GAMGA January 17-18 German-American Mardi
Gras Organization
2 day Celebration in
Las Vegas, Texas Station
Saturday January 25 Kostümball Costume Ball
Sunday January 26, 3:11 PM Prunksitzung German Satire
Saturday February 15 Karneval auf der Reeperbahn Karneval in the Red Light District
Saturday February 22 Karneval auf Safari Karneval on Safari
Sunday February 23, 1:11 PM Kinderkarneval Children's Karneval
Ash Wednesday March 5 Fischessen 7pm Fish dinner 7pm
Saturday March 8 Lumpenball Rag Ball

Karneval events start at 8:11pm, doors open at 6:00pm
Admission for all events is $5.00.
Except for Kinderkarneval: begin 1:11 pm and admission is free.


Click here for pictures of the Karnevalseröffnung
Click here for pictures of the Costume ball
Click here for pictures of the Prunksitzung
Click here for pictures of Karneval auf der Reeperbahn
Click here for pictures of Karneval auf Safari
Click here for pictures of Kinderkarneval auf den Sieben Meeren
 

The AKG Dreigestirn 2014 - Seine Tollität Kurt I, Bauer Erik I., and Jungfrau Marieka I.For the first time in their history, the Anaheim Karnevalsgesellschaft have a Dreigestirn, consisting of

His Tollität Kurt I. (Middle)

Bauer Erik I. (right)

and Jungfrau Marieka I. (left)


 instead of a Prinzenpaar.


 Click here for additional info about the history of the Kölner Dreigestirn.

 

 


Click here for important background information
about German Karneval!