Events Carnival

Though not typically associated with North Germany, you can still let your hair down at Carnival parties in Hamburg.​​​​​​​

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Carnival in Hamburg

Masks, costumes, parades, muzak and lots of beer: early Spring marks the start of the festive season of Carnival. Typically associated with Catholicism, Carnival is not widely celebrated in the traditionally Lutheran regions of Northern Germany. For the real thing, you'll have to travel a few hours south to cities like Cologne and Düsseldorf. Fortunately, Hamburg locals enjoy letting their hair down (and rocking colourful wigs) almost as much as their southern cousins. So get into your craziest costume and dance the night away at these carnivalesque parties!

8 & 9 Feb, 2020
from 11:00 a.m. resp. 3:00 p.m.
(Venetian Masked Ball)
Street carnival and parade by the Alster lake.
Main locations: Alsterarkaden, Colonnaden and Jungfernstieg.
22 Feb  2020 
from 8:00 p.m. 
"Küss Mich" FaschingsfestivalCologne-style Carnival party with optional dinner.
Location: Parlament.
28 & 29 Feb 2020
from 8:30 p.m.
LiLaBe 2020Hamburg's longest-running and largest Carnival party: four dancefloors, live music and surprise acts.
Location: Messe Hamburg Schnelsen.




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