Die Stimmung in der Kulturfabrik Kufstein auf der Party Lektor Selektor 2023 war ausgelassen und die Halle voll.
FH Kufstein Tirol
The atmosphere in the Kulturfabrik Kufstein at the Lektor Selektor 2023 party was exuberant and the hall was full.

Practical Project: Lektor Selector 2023 of the University of Applied Sciences Kufstein Tirol

08.02.2024 | Practical projects
The Lektor Selector Party took place for the fifth time at the Kulturfabrik Kufstein. A party with a musical performance by some of the lecturers, organized by students of the Master's degree program in Sports, Culture & Event Management at the University of Applied Sciences Kufstein Tirol as part of their practical project.

At the end of November 2023, the lecturers of the University of Applied Sciences (FH) Kufstein Tirol once again created a great atmosphere with their favorite hits. Around 300 students, lecturers, and employees of the FH Kufstein Tirol celebrated an unforgettable party in an exuberant setting. This year's candidates, who took up the challenge of entertaining the crowd, had already euphorically practiced their mixing skills a week earlier at the teaser party in the BAU! bar.

Five lectors created an exuberant atmosphere

A total of five courageous lecturers consisting of Prof. (FH) Mark Romanelli (DJ Detroit), Prof. (FH) Dr. Miroslav Despotovic (DJ Quickie Swift), Simon Thaler (DJ Trinity), Michael Petke (DJ Hostile), and Prof. (FH) Dr. Uwe Heil (DJ DanceNow) took up the challenge on this evening.

Before the party started, the guests were able to warm up with a beer pong before hitting the dance floor. The raffle prizes were handed out to the winners beforehand. The event began at 10 p.m., and one after the other, the DJ-ing lecturers got the crowd going. For almost two and a half hours, the five lecturers really heated up the dance floor in the Kulturfabrik before the crowd voted for the winner in a live poll.

The winners of the evening

In the end, Michael Petke, aka DJ Hostile, won Best Lektor Selector 2023 with a wild set of rock classics. The prize for the best costume went to Mark Romanelli, aka DJ Detroit, as an authentic Detroit hip-hopper. Afterward, all the guests were able to round off the evening together with the lecturers at the after-show with DJ Tarin. The atmosphere at the party was once again outstanding, and the joy of the crowd to see the lecturers in this unusual setting was clearly noticeable. The anticipation for the next party is thus assured.