The biggest Swiss slackline festival “Bern City Slack” is history! Thanks to all participants, sponsors and the organisational committee!
Interested newbies were able to discover the sport and try their hand at balancing on different slacklines. There were workshops on various subjects. The contests were fun and action-packed! The festival was and will remain free of charge. We would like to thank all our partners and sponsors!
Programme and sponsors 2021
from 09:00 and limited quantity (only Sat+Sun)
Breakfast for helpers
helper-lunch and labels/stickers
20:00 (Sunday already 16:30)
Slacklinepark closed, no more entrance possible
Beginners Workshop: 17:00
Herba di Berna
Thai Massage Workshop (Monika)
Hand stand workshop (Milena)
Intro to flowarts (Anna)
1st Meeting ISA, Swiss Slackline and German Slackline Association, exchange and introduction for interested people
Evening: Film premiere SLACKATTACK Portrait and other things
Beginners’ workshops: 11:00, 14:00, 17:00
Warm-Up Yoga (Olivia)
Rigging Masters Competition
Speedline Masters qualifying
Workshops: Highline Rigging (Sarah)
Speedline Masters Finals
Longline Trickline Tips+Tricks (Richard), Highline Rescue (Sarah)
2nd Meeting ISA, Swiss Slackline and German Slackline Association, exchange and taster session for interested parties
Beginners’ workshop: 11:00, 14:00
Brunch for honorary members and veterans
Warm-Up Yoga (Fabienne)
Teaching and understanding Rodeoline (Marc), Juggling (Lizzy)
Slackline park closed, derigging
Frequently asked questions
- All setups may only be manipulated by the organiser (e.g. tensioning and detensioning of slacklines).
- When a slackline is in use, keep your distance. (Slacklines should never be crossed)
- Children under the age of 16 need written permission from their parents. The parents are responible to ensure that their children recognise the dangers and are supervised (responsibility is with the parents).
- Slackliners only mount lines, that are adequate for their skill level. People who can’t manage a short and low line, have no business going on a high longline.