The coming weekend will be surprisingly warm. A great time to head out into the countryside and grill some pork ribs or vegetables. But it's also an ideal opportunity to attend some cultural events in town!
The electronic music maestro from Germany, Fritz, is once again gracing Luxembourg with his presence. Fans of his captivating beats and infectious melodies are in for a treat on Friday, 19 May. Collaborating closely with his talented brother Paul, Fritz has proven time and again his mastery of the craft.
With a reputation for delivering exceptional performances, Fritz's live shows are always highly anticipated events. This upcoming performance promises to be no exception, as Fritz presents his latest album, certain to be another sensational hit. Prices for tickets are up to 43 euros.
Address: den Atelier, rue de Hollerich 54, L-1740 LUXEMBOURG
Immerse yourself in the enigmatic exhibition showcasing the artistic genius of Arthur Unger. With a distinctive approach to self-expression, Unger captivates viewers through two dominant styles: intricate ink drawings and mesmerizing flame drawings on copper. The exhibition is a must-see, offering a visual feast of extraordinary shapes and vibrant colors that defy convention.
Address: Musée national d'histoire et d'art, Marché-aux-Poissons, L-2345 LUXEMBOURG
Indulge in the bustling ambiance of one of Luxembourg's largest markets, where an abundance of treasures awaits. We simply cannot overlook the significance of this recurring event, as Luxembourg's markets embody a captivating art form in themselves. Discover a world of endless possibilities and immerse yourself in the vibrant tapestry of sights, sounds, and tastes that these markets offer.
At this market you can find fruits and vegetables, antiques, curious objects, flowers and farmers goods. If you just want to go for a walk, it is also fine — the market is open to everyone!
Address: Place Emile Hamilius, rue Aldringen, L-2346 LUXEMBOURG
The Light Leaks festival is dedicated to photography. This year, however, it has undergone a rebranding to better reflect the spirit of the times, focusing on everyday life and cityscapes through the eyes of photographers. In 2023, the exhibition will feature works by recognised masters such as Tatsuo Suzuki, Graciela Magnoni, and Max Pinckers. Admission is free.
Besides, you will find the works of local artists, students and those, just beginning their careears alongside the masters.
Address: Rotondes, 3 place des Rotondes, L-2448 LUXEMBOURG