Festivals, fairs, parties and more: Want to know what the year has in store for you? We've listed this year's upcoming events in Hamburg.
Discover Hamburg's more than 30 Christmas markets and indulge in mulled wine, roasted chestnuts and an enchanting Winter atmosphere.
The iconic DOM is the biggest public festival in Northern Germany. Held three times a year, you can experience fun, nostalgia and thrills.
Up for some frosty fun? Get your skates on and twirl, glide or simply try to keep upright at Hamburg’s ice skating rinks.
The award-winning Mary Poppins hit musical has been casting its spell on Hamburg. Join the magic!
This Altona-based street festival combines theatre performances, arts, flea markets, live music and parties.
Every summer, around 50,000 bikers roll into the city for a weekend of gathering, live music and contests at the Harley Village.
Every June, tens of thousands of guests descend on Hurricane Festival, which showcases the biggest bands. Enjoy the music!
Every August, the rural heart of Northern Germany is swarming with heavy metal fans from all over the world.
Historic sailing boats, maritime parades, fireworks, music and food: celebrate Hamburg's biggest festival at along the banks of the Elbe.
The annual CSD and the Pride Parade are the flamboyant highlight of Hamburg's vibrant LGBTQI community.
Hamburg is proud to host the beach volleyball event of the year. At the World Championships, 48 elite teams compete for the cup.
Music lovers flock to Hamburg's district of Wilhelmsburg to see international and local artists play live at this summer music festival.
At the Cyclassics tens of thousands of pros and amateurs meet to race through the streets, port, and green environs of Hamburg.
Like many other European cities, Hamburg celebrates Heritage Day by inviting the public to the various monuments.
In Hamburg's very own vintage vehicle races, 14 different classes go for the win in northern Hamburg.
Every year in autumn, 40 venues open their doors all night to showcase the performances of the upcoming theatre season.
The annual Reeperbahn Festival in September is the perfect way to get an overview of St.Pauli's many live music venues.
Germany’s oldest and largest queer film festival shows anything from feel-good films to documentaries about all things queer.
Think Germany, think Oktoberfest: with gigantic beers, brass bands and lederhosen. Hamburg, too, has its offshoot of this Bavarian event.
Fireworks for the masses, sparkling wine for you and a lonely dinner for a certain Miss Sophie. “Silvester” in Hamburg is special in every way.
Though not typically associated with North Germany, you can still let your hair down at Carnival parties in Hamburg.
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