Munich and Dussledorf and our German volunteers did not let us down, braving snow storms, cold weather and crazy transportation problems to join us!
Our Munich show was similar in set up to our Lyon one - a former warehouse or factory of some sort, cool looking. Volunteer Team Munich included several students - philosophy, American Studies, graphic design and architecture, to name a few! - a former UN worker now getting his MA in Germany, a trade lawyer and a former PIH volunteer from the Neon Bible tour in 2007, something we LOVE to have happen! They worked like crazy, talking to hundreds of their peers in what quickly became a very cramped venue.
We rolled into Dussledorf the next day and quickly got to work setting up. Our volunteers all arrived ready to get to work talking to fans - so much so in fact that I never even got a big group photo of them all, they took off the second the doors open, eager to talk to people! Our team consisted of a lot of students, and another former volunteer from the last tour. They hit the ground running and never stopped, getting lots of support for Kanpe and PIH along the way.
All in all Germany showed us a lot of support, with thousands of fans talking to our volunteers and signing our Stand with Haiti petition!