Munich Events Weekend 38, September 21, 2023 To September 24 , 2023

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Hello beautiful bored people and welcome to Munich events weekend 38! This weekend plays host to festivals, music, running events and more!

Free Events, Activities And Festivals This Weekend In Munich

This weekend is filled up with so many free events and great selections of activities for all ages. Have a look below to find your weekend plans in Munich.

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Pumpkin Festival Giveaway!

Live music, over 70 art and culinary exhibitors, a beer garden filled with delicious beverages, and a huge selection of farm-freshly harvested pumpkins!

Plus a chance to win 2 free tickets from us and your new friends over at Hofgut Sickertshofen!

Go to our Instagram post and comment, we’ll be announcing the giveaway winners Thursday a 6p.m.

When: September 22-24, 2023 // Find all details on their website here!

Where: Hofgut Sickertshofen

Cost: Adults 6€, Groups 4€ and Students & Children free!

The Bahnhofbrettl Open Stage

The open stage at Giesing Station, Bahnhofbrettl, welcomes all performers – from comedy to magic, music to peculiar acts. Amateurs, enthusiasts, and seasoned comedians all take the stage, whether solo or in groups. It’s where fresh talents breathe life into their acts and veterans polish theirs. Each night is unique, a chance to witness rising stars firsthand!

When: Thursday, September 21 // 7:30 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Where: Giesinger Bahnhofpl. 1

Cost: from €8

Culture for All

Weekend 38 Culture for All
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Come discover the new cultural hub Gasteig HP8, as it seamlessly blends the old and new in a lively neighbourhood. Is it merely interim? Discover Munich’s evolving cultural center at this exciting location and witness the fusion of tradition and innovation. Don’t miss out on this captivating experience.

When: Thursday, September 21 // 4 p.m.

Where: Gasteig HP8

Cost: from €15

Bellevue Di Monaco Running Group

Join the weekly running group! Every Thursday, gather to improve your endurance while hitting the scenic Isar route. Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned runner, it’s all about enjoying the journey together. Don’t hesitate to join, regardless of your fitness level. The coach, Paul, leads the way. Be sure to come dressed in workout attire!

When: Thursday, September 21 // 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Where: Müllerstraße 2

Cost: Free Admission

Artist Jam

Weekend 38 Artist Jam
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Artist Jam is Munich’s largest jam session organizer, fostering active music participation and expanding the city’s music scene. They host weekly jam sessions, leading to new groups that perform at live events. After the main program, the open stage welcomes all attendees to join in the musical fun. Join in and be part of Munich’s vibrant music community!

When: Friday, September 22 // 7 p.m. (pub) & 9 p.m. (session)

Where: Blumenstrasse 7

Cost: Free Admission

Katzensprung Festival

Katzensprung is more than just music; it’s a cultural festival dedicated to embracing your values and fostering inspiration. They aim to create a space where community and newcomers can exchange ideas. You’ll notice inclusivity and diversity, as well as a belief in the unifying power of music and art, transcending backgrounds, genders, and orientations. Venture south to an old hosiery factory in Eifel for a night of celebration at Railway Guard Thiel’s historic showcase.

When:  Saturday September 23 // 10 p.m. – 6 a.m.

Where: Tumblingerstraße 45 

Cost: €10 advanced, €15 at the door

Juki Festival

Weekend 38 Juki Festival
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“JuKi – Where I Want to Be!” is a family-oriented children’s and youth festival, and everyone’s invited – no registration needed! Discover diverse activities from Munich’s various organizations and initiatives, fostering participation for kids and young people up to about 16 years old. In past years, over 4,000 visitors of all ages have explored, engaged, and shaped this event. Volunteers and sponsors keen on supporting children’s and youth organizations can connect with their teams on this day.

When: Sunday, September 24 // 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Where: Atelierstraße 1

Cost: Free Admission

Oktoberfest Platzkonzert

Bands from Oktoberfest tents gather under Bavaria for a traditional outdoor concert. Over 300 musicians from various tents play Oktoberfest classics. Conductors include Mayor Dieter Reiter, Wiesn boss Clemens Baumgärtner, and other Munich notables. A festive tradition at the Oktoberfest’s midpoint.

When: Sunday, September 24 // 11 a.m.

Where: Theresienhöhe 16

Cost: Free Admission

Looking For Other Deals Or Cool Things To Do In Munich?

We always make sure to keep our event calendar up to date with the latest and greatest upcoming activities. Check it out here if you are interested in more than the few above mentioned events!

If you’re still strapped for ideas on things to do this weekend, check out Groupon. If it’s your first purchase, you can use the code HALLO to save 20% off any of their local deals, which means you can splurge on cool experiences like restaurants, alpaca walking, and even hot air balloon flights at a steep steep discount. Click here to browse.

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