As soon as the spring sun shows its face, street festivals seem to pop up all over Hamburg. See what’s on and join the party.
One of Hamburg’s most popular street festivals treats visitors to live music, food trucks and a flea market in central Eimsbüttel.
A celebration of St. Georg's diversity and creativity, this street festival boasts lots of stands, glamorous shows and culinary delights.
In July, the traditional street festival in Eppendorf quarter offers live music, huge flea markets and the legendary Kellner-Rennen.
Viva la Bernie! From mixing cocktails to making waffles and booking hip-hop acts: this block party is entirely set up by the community.
This Altona-based street festival combines theatre performances, arts, flea markets, live music and parties.
Food, music, dance and art: Africa's rich and diverse cultures are well represented in the annual Alafia Festival in Altona.
Wilhelmsburg island becomes the weekend's centre of attention, when plenty of acts appear in dozens of locations to play their music for free.
In early September, the river island of Finkenwerder invites mainlanders to experience the neighbourhood’s rich cultural diversity.
Vegan newbies and herbivore professionals alike will be delighted by this annual festival.