Every two years more than 30 carriages, along with a crew, paint the village of Termeno red.
The Egetmann carnival parade takes place in odd years and is famous for its creative carriages, their only male crew and the huge masses of spectators coming to see this parade.
The story, which is the frame for the parade, is all about the wedding of the so-called “Egetmann-Hansl“, which, in form of a puppet and with a real (male) bride, heads the parade. On a carriage, the two protagonists can be well-observed by the audience.
Moreover also various activities and sites are represented, such as the Mendola refuge, babble-mouths, threshers, barrel-makers and much more. The “Burgl“ and the “Burgltreiber“, the white and green bear, are also up to mischief on the ground. Also the “Wuddelen“, which are special and traditional carnival figurines, take part in the parade.
Every second year, there is the Egetmann parade for the little ones, organised and presented by the young generation.