Whether you're into rock, punk, pop or singer/songwriter music — here's where to find the best festival spots in and around Hamburg.
Every June, tens of thousands of guests descend on Hurricane Festival, which showcases the biggest bands. Enjoy the music!
The annual Reeperbahn Festival in September is the perfect way to get an overview of St.Pauli's many live music venues.
Every August, the rural heart of Northern Germany is swarming with heavy metal fans from all over the world.
Music lovers flock to Hamburg's district of Wilhelmsburg to see international and local artists play live at this summer music festival.
Jazz, blues and soul along the Elbe: one of the biggest jazz festivals in Germany takes place in the Hamburg port area.
Wilhelmsburg island becomes the weekend's centre of attention, when plenty of acts appear in dozens of locations to play their music for free.
More than just another open air music event, the Futur 2 is an experiment in the creation of sustainable public festivals.
This relatively new music and art festival offers a relaxed short holiday for the entire family in the beautiful Lüneburg heathland.
The quiet woods meet rock music just like the Dove Elbe river meets the Eichbaumsee lake, at the annual Wutzrock Festival.
Watch the live broadcast of this extravagant, pan-European music event at Spielbudenplatz square in St. Pauli.
For the kids, by the kids: this music and theatre festival at Planten un Blomen features many international performances.
70 bands, 12 venues, 4 days. And the best part: you can explore new bands while partying on an Elbe riverboat!
High above the roofs of the city, hamburg.de hosts exclusive acoustic concerts. Fans everywhere can tune in to the live stream.
International orchestras, choirs and solo artists from Hamburg and beyond join forces in this annual classical music festival.
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