What’s On: June 22nd to 29th

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We are entering the biggest week of the year! National Day! Celebrating all things in Luxembourg, put on your dancing shoes and ring in the first days of summer!

Pick 1: National extravaganza

You probably know by now that the evening of June the 22nd opens THE event of the year in Luxembourg. Locals celebrate their National Day on the 23rd, but celebrations begin the night before: concerts and DJ sessions will be taking place in all three City Center squares, then there’s the torchlight procession where you can even spot the Grand-Duke! To end the night: the most spectacular fireworks launched from the Adolphe bridge.

And for the National Day itself, also known as the Duke’s Day, you’ll witness an official ceremony, a 21 gun salute, a ceremony on the Avenue de La Liberté, a big parade and an official afternoon mass. Plus, check out the program held by your Commune. All 105 of them will be celebrating too!

Date: June 22nd and 23rd
Venue:
Around the City Center and in each Commune
Cost: Free
Website


Pick 2: Celebrate the Romanian Blouse

The community of Romanians in Luxembourg will be gathered this Saturday in the City Center for a quite unique experience: the 5th edition of the International Romanian Blouse Day. You’ll not only get to have a nice cold beer, but you’ll also have the chance to meet some great people.  If you’re interested you can learn all about the Romanian women’s emblematic colourful blouse!

Date: June 24th at 6pm
Venue:
9 Place de Clairefontaine, L-1341 Luxembourg
Cost: Free
Website


Pick 3: Get Tropical with KMPG

The time has come again to celebrate the warm weeks at KPMG’s iconic beach. From June 22nd, and for two consecutive weeks, you can head out to Kirchberg for an after work gathering loaded with sunshine, drinks, finger food and friends. It’s open to all, so don’t miss it!

Date: Daily until June 30th, excluding weekends and Bank Holidays
Venue:
39 Avenue John F. Kennedy, L-1855 Luxembourg
Cost: Free entrance
Website


Pick 4: ‘Out in Africa’

You won’t want to miss the world premiere of this stunning solo play: performed and produced by local actor Steven Karier, while written and directed by South-African theatre-maker Mpumelelo Paul Grootboom. It tells the story of four German tourists captured by Islamist rebels in an African country. The play is now in English, and it’s Grootboom’s first European collaboration.

Date: 27th and 28th of June
Venue:
TNL – 194 Route de Longwy, L-1940 Luxembourg
Cost: 20€. Tickets here
Website


Pick 5: City Skyliner

If you don’t mind going up 72 meters above the ground to have the best view of the City you’ve ever had, then the City Skyliner is for you. For the first time in Luxembourg, the City Skyliner will be in the Place de la Constitution square during Summer, offering rides of 7 minutes in a gondola that can fit up to 60 people. Only for the brave!

Date: From June 28th to August 6th
Venue:
Place de la Constitution
Cost: Adults 7€ / Children 4€
Website


Pick 6: RIFF World Village

Dance, good food, poetry performances, artist demonstrations, exhibitions, kids activities and so much more will be going on at Rotondes during the 2nd edition of the RIFF World Village. Celebrate diversity, culture, art and friendship. Only your good mood is required!

Date: June 28th at 6pm
Venue:
Place des Rotondes, L-2448 Bonnevoie 
Cost: Free entrance
Website


Pick 7: Festival de Wiltz

The 65th edition of this emblematic music festival couldn’t go underrated. Therefore, a renovated team, an upgraded modern image and a program that covers a wide range of genres is ready for you to enjoy this year. Plus, the open air venue is always a magical touch.  It’s a great family plan!

Date: From June 28th until July 23rd
Venue:
1 Rue du Château, L-9516 Wiltz
Cost: Tickets here
Website

 

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Andreina Guenni Bravo
Venezuelan journalist, mindfulness enthusiast and an eternal yogi student, Andreina is passionate about culture and literature. She embraces the power of details and is constantly nurturing her curiosity. She arrived to Luxembourg in 2015 and has been eager to discover the Grand Duchy ever since.

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