International Beer Festivals in Germany, August 2019

YupLife Staff

Well hello, beer lovers! You all know that beer is not just a four-letter word; it’s an emotion, Right? No gathering is impeccable without it, and no two characters can become best friends if they don’t cry their hearts out over a drop of beer. Even alcoholic beer can have positive effects on your health if consumed in moderation. You can even make alcohol a part of a healthy lifestyle. So buckle up! Here are some international beer festivals in Germany for you.

International Beer Festivals in Germany

23rd International Beer Festival, Berlin, August 2nd to 4th

The quality competition between Berlin and Munich is quite famous, and Berlin doesn’t like Munich to do a better at anything, and that even includes beer. The 23rd International Beer Fest will give an Oktoberfest a track for its business, as 350 breweries from 90 different lands line Karl-Marx-Allee to market a total of 2,400 varieties of beer. The vast stretch of the 2.2-kilometer will also cover many concerts of live music. And the good news is entry to the event is free, so you can say hurray to that!

14th Annual Africa Tage Dusseldorf, August 2nd to 4th

There are a lot of African-origin people living in Germany, and this open-air festival intends to exhibit their several distinct sorts of music, culture and of course food.

The weekend-long festival on the Freizeitpark Ulenbergstraße comprises a lively pack of bands and DJs, as well as many seminars discussing matters like union and migration to Germany. The charming event is Friday at 5 pm, with a lively Afro-salsa party that will bring even newcomers into the celebrations. Indeed it is a worth watching festival.

British Flair and Country Flair, Hamburg, August 9th

The UK might be resigning from the EU soon, but its essence is lingering in Hamburg. At the annual British Flair trade show, you can window-shop hospitality of British tents trading goods like wax jackets, single beer whiskeys and of course fish and chips.

In the custom of the “Last Night of the Proms” concert in London’s Royal Albert Hall, event-goers can also enjoy amongst the music of traditional composers.

Potsdam Palace Night, August 16th to 17th

Is there anything better to spend a summer night than roaming amongst the lit-up Prussian palaces of Potsdam? At the legendary Sanssouci Palace, artists will play classical songs, and fireworks will also brighten the sky over the Schloss come midnight. Completely all of the city’s former royal ground, actors in period consumers will greet visitors who will also feel like they’re stepping back in time.

Stars for Free, different locations, August 17th to 30th

Good news for all music lovers! In the second half of August, big radio stations from all over the country will be conducting free open-air concerts in parks. As the name suggests, the famous local and international music artists will take to the stage.

The extensive open-air events will take place in the following dates and cities: August 17th in Hamburg (through Radio Hamburg), August 23rd in Chemnitz (Hitradio RTL), August 24th in Berlin (104.6 RTL), August 25th in Magdeburg (Radio Brocken) and August 31st in Hanover (Radio Antenne Niedersachsen).


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