As soon as the spring sun shines, street festivals pop up all over Hamburg.
Wilhelmsburg is the place to be when dozens of acts play for free at locations across the island.
Food, music, dance and art: Africa's rich cultural diversity is well represented at the annual Alafia Festival in Altona.
This Altona-based street festival combines theatre performances, arts, flea markets, live music and parties.
This block party is entirely set up by the community. Mixing cocktails, making waffles, booking hip-hop acts: the locals do it all.
It's all about celebrating, dancing and partying at the annual Uhlenhorst street festival on the east bank of the Outer Alster Lake!
Every summer, river island Finkenwerder invites mainlanders to experience its rich cultural diversity.
With its many cultural and sporting events, the elbsommer festival in HafenCity and adjacent neighbourhoods makes the Elbe river quarters ready for summer.
This traditional street festival brings live music, flea markets and the legendary Kellner-Rennen to Eppendorf quarter every July.
The Harburger Binnenhafenfest attracts thousands of visitors south of the Elbe river with lots of music, handicrafts, refreshments and stately ships.
Hamburg has a new food festival! From 14 to 18 September, the Hanseatic city will be dedicated to the celebration of culinary delights.
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 plenty of stands, shows and culinary delights.
Music, flea market treasures, a beach club, culinary delights and a children's programme: lots to discover at the Tibargfest in Niendorf.
Vegan newbies and herbivore professionals alike will be delighted by this annual festival.
Wedel has been hosting this annual harbour festival for over 20 years. Live music, a colourful supporting programme, flea market and more attract visitors to Schulau harbour.