In this brief overview I present my favorite events and things to do for non-German speakers on March 30 and 31 in Stuttgart. [This post contains unpaid advertisements based on personal recommendations]
- Eastern is waiting around the corner so it is time to get prepared. You can do so this weekend at the International Eastern and Art Fairat Schwabenlandhalle in Fellbach.
- If you like make-up you will love the fair Glowcon that is going on on March 30 and 31 in Stuttgart at Messe Stuttgart.
- The Chinese National Circus celebrates its 30th anniversary this year. You can enjoy their show on March 30 at Liederhalle.
- On March 30 you can shop ’till you drop and enjoy the one or other live act at S-City blüht in downtown Stuttgart.
- If you’re not so much into shopping but would love to support a sustainable approach to consumption you can participate in the cloth exchange that is also going on this Saturday in the pavillon at Schlossplatz.
- Stuttgart Expat Meetups organizes a Black Light Night on March 30. Be prepared to shine in the dark!
- On Saturday you can drink the night away – either at the Gin Tasting at Le petite coq…
- …or at the Whisky Tasting Treasures of Scotland at Jigger & Spoon on the same day.
- One hour for our environment: It’s Earth Hour again on March 30 and thousands of people will leave their lights of between 8:30 and 9:30 pm. Be one of them!
- March 31 is the International Day of Transgender Visibility and there will be a colorful parade at Schlossplatz this Sunday.
- The flea market Mädchenflohmarkt on March 31 is especially for girls (and ladies of course :-)) Here you will find used cloths, accessories, handmade stuff and more.
- On March 31 you can dance Milonga at Hauptbahnhof Stuttgart – what a fun and special location! 😀
- If you like Bollywood and its music you will love the indoor Holi event Holi Bash Stuttgart on March 31 at Allianz Stadion.
Transparency: This article contains unpaid advertisements. I point out events that are going on this weekend in Stuttgart that I can recommend personally. I did not get paid by the organizers to do so. Paid contend is always highlighted as such on Living in Stuttgart.