1 — 17 Jun 2018: This Altona-based street festival combines theatre performances, arts, flea markets, live music and parties.
14 Jun — 15 Jul 2018: Hamburg will be in full party mode as it cheers on the German football team trying to defend its title in Russia.
From 7 June 2018, Various locations.The best of international photography is featured at museums and galleries all around Hamburg.
22 — 24 Jun 2018: 50,000 bikers roll into the city for a weekend of rock music, contests and fun at the Harley Village.
22 — 24 Jun 2018: 70 km south of Hamburg, Hurricane Festival showcases the biggest bands and welcomes music lovers from all over Europe.
5 May — 26 Aug 2018: 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.
7 — 30 June 2018, popstreet.shop. Esther Engelin designed "raw wall" canvases and invited well-known street artists to adorn them with murals.
13 — 14 Jul 2018: Dust off your cheesiest 70s outfit and join half a million partygoers at the yearly Schlagermove Parade!
14 — 15 Jul 2018: With 10,000 athletes and 250,000 spectators, this triathlon is among the biggest and most prestigious of its kind.
27 Jul — 26 Aug 2018: Cocktails, fireworks and lots of rides: Celebrate summer at this edition of the famous Hamburg DOM funfair.
21 — 29 Jul 2018: Join the international tennis community at Hamburg Rotherbaum with its century-old tournament tradition.
Every Wednesday, Spielbudenplatz St. Pauli. Like so much in St. Pauli, its weekly farmer's market is quite unusual: it opens at 4 pm and runs until late.
Spring 2018, Stage Theatre. Starting in early 2018, the award-winning Mary Poppins hit musical will cast its spell on Hamburg.
20 May — 15 Sep 2018, Stadtpark: Grab a blanket and some drinks and listen to the likes of Ringo Starr, Beth Ditto and Johnny Depp.
1 May — 31 Aug 2018: Every night, the lake in Planten un Blomen park lights up with magical colours, accompanied by classical music.
4 Apr — 14 Oct 2018, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe. The exhibition shows the complexities of “migratory things” in the museum's collection.