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Events this November in Stuttgart

Do you feel it? It’s cold outside, the days are getting shorter and shorter and the Christmas Markets will open by the end of the month. Winter is coming! But that doesn’t mean that we have to sit at home all the time. Many fun indoor events are awaiting us this November in Stuttgart!

  • When you like French Movies you will love the French Movie Days / Französische Filmtage. Several films will be shown in French with English subtitles, for example on November 3 you can watch Le dernier des hommes (The last man), a silent movie accompanied with live music at volkshochschule stuttgart  and Climax, a movie about a party getting out of hand and on November 5 Au poste !, a fun crime story at Delphi. The festival goes on until November 7.
  • If you want to start early with your Christmas shopping you can do so at S-City Leuchtet (which translates to Stuttgart is shining) on November 3 in downtown Stuttgart. You can shop until midnight and there will be fireworks at 9:45 pm, too.
  • Go ice-scating for free on November 4 at Eiswelt Stuttgart.
  • Until November 4 you can find artwork, crafts and food from all around the world at Markt der Völker, located at Phoenixhalle im Römerkastell.
  • On November 6 and 7 you can shop for cloths, books and household goods at the Penny Bazar at Liederhalle. All earnings will be donated to community projects. penny bazaar November in Stuttgart
  • Between November 7 and 11 you can visit the amazing Made in Stuttgart Festival. Many dance and music performances as well as a play in English await you.
  • When you have just arrived in Stuttgart and have questions like “How can I find a student job?” or “Where can I look for accommodation” you can visit the free event Your start in Stuttgart and the region on November 7 at the city hall, starting at 6 pm.
  • This is not an event like the others I usually point out in this post: 80 years ago, on the night from the November 9 to 10, 1938, SA paramilitary forces and German civilians carried out a progrom against Jews throughout Nazi Germany that went down into history books as the Night of Broken Glass. This night marked the beginning of the Holocaust in Germany. This night and the horror it bought with it shall never be forgotten. There will be a commemoration ceremony at Israelite Religious Community, Hospitalstraße 36, starting at 1 pm. Please don’t forget your ID if you want to attend. Men have to cover their heads.
  • On November 10, art meets party. You can dance the night away at Young Night at Staatsgalerie Stuttgart.
  • This year, Christmas will start on November 15. Why? Because that’s when the Christmas Garden Stuttgart at Wilhelma will open its gates. Let yourself be enchanted and see the Wilhelma like you’ve never seen it before and enjoy the lluminated fairy-tale setting with breath-taking plays of light in the former royal park.
  • Winter is the time when I love to visit great shows. Grande Revue at Friedrichtsbaupalais is such a show. Glamorous performancec, glittering costumes and captivating music await the audience. It starts on November 16. and will be on until February 1019.
  • When you’re a foodie you should mark November 17 and 18 in your calendar. At the food fair kulinart you will be able to eat yourself around the world.

    November in Stuttgart
    Photo Credit: STG NILS KRUEGER
  • Celebrate the Diwali Light Festival of India on November 17 at Bürgerhaus Möhringen and enjoy food, music and performances from India.
  • If you like Queen you will love the Queen Revival Show “We will rock you” at Theaterhaus on November 22. All the greatest songs will be performed.
  • Wintertraum, the pre-Christmas Market at Schlossplatz opens again on November 22. The earliest way to enjoy Glühwein this November in Stuttgart.
  • A great fair for all lovers of meat-free cuisine (me! 🙂 is Veggi – frei von. It will be in town between November 23 and 25. There will be cooking events, smoothie workshops and more.
  • The only really fun outdoor event that takes place indoors: The European Outdoor Film Tour will be in Stuttgart on November 24. At Liederhalle you can enjoy amazing outdoor and adventure documentaries at 4 or at 8 pm.
  • Sinema, the Turkish-German Film Festival is in Stuttgart between November 25 and 28. Most of the films provide English subtitles.
  • The Christmas Markets are opening their doors again! The Baroque Christmas Market in Ludwigsburg and the Medieval Christmas Market in Esslingen are the first ones on November 27, the huge Christmas Market in Stuttgart will follow on November 28. It’s time for Glühwein again! Find out more about these three Christmas Markets in this blog post. stuttgart christmas market mini train


Hello and welcome to "living in Stuttgart". I am Mel and I love this beautiful city. There are so many things to explore, I can't wait sharing them with you. So come along and let me show you Stuttgart the way I see it.

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