Here's where to find the best festivals in and around Hamburg.
Wilhelmsburg is the place to be when dozens of acts play for free at locations across the island.
Dozens of bands, nine venues, three days. The best part? Discovering new music 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.
This 'dyke fire' has grown steadily and now ranks among Germany’s largest music festivals, largely due to its unique location.
Jazz, blues and soul along the Elbe: one of the biggest jazz festivals in Germany takes place in the Hamburg port area.
Watch the live broadcast of this extravagant, pan-European music event at Spielbudenplatz square in St. Pauli.
More than just another open air music event, the Futur 2 is an experiment in the creation of sustainable public festivals.
This innovative streaming programme brings Hamburg’s best musicians directly into your home.
Every June, tens of thousands of guests descend on Hurricane Festival to see some of biggest bands around.
International orchestras, choirs and solo artists from Hamburg and beyond join forces in this annual classical music festival.
The Hamburg Jazz Open are the place for beautiful and experimental sounds. The two-day music festival is free of charge and set against a stunning scenery.
For the kids, by the kids: this music and theatre festival at Planten un Blomen features many international performances.
Unique concerts, sound and video art - this experimental music festival treats visitors to a stream of sounds and images.
Hamburg's legendary music scene can't be stopped: it lives on digitally under the hashtag #LIVEFROMHAMBURG.
Music lovers flock to Hamburg's Wilhelmsburg district to see international and local artists play at this summer music festival.
The annual Reeperbahn Festival in September is the perfect way to get an overview of St.Pauli's many live music venues.
True to its name, this all-day festival in Wilhelmsburg presents the entire spectrum of modern German hip-hop and rap music.
This music and art festival provides a short holiday for the entire family in the beautiful Lüneburg heathland.
Northern Germany's rural heart beats to the sounds of heavy metal as fans from all over the world descend on this small town.
The quiet woods meet rock music just like the Dove Elbe river meets the Eichbaumsee lake, at the annual Wutzrock Festival.