In this brief overview I present my favorite events and things to do for non-German speakers on April 20 and 21 in Stuttgart. [This post contains unpaid advertisements based on personal recommendations]
- The Frühlingsfest will open its gates on April 20.
- Jazztage (Days of Jazz) are going on at Theaterhaus at the moment. So if you feel like some Jazz for Easter, go visit a performance on April 20 or 21 in Stuttgart.
- Killesbergbahn, Stuttgarts cute little train, will be running this weekend again! So make sure you visit the lovely park on this sunny Easter weekend.
- If you want to do something for the community this weekend: join the Cleanup at Feuersee on Saturday.
- The lovely circus tent at Eliszis Jahrmarktstheatr Killesberg is a great setting for a night full of Milonga. On April 20 you can join their the first Milonga night 2019.
- There is a Salsa Party going on at Stadtpalais Stuttgart on April 20.
- Batman, Wonderwoman or Easter Bunny – throw on your favorite costume and join the Superhero Easter Party at Keller Club on April 20.
- Feeling like visiting the opera on the Easter weekend? You can enjoy Nixon in China at Stuttgart Opera on April 20.
- Visit a Gospel Service on Easter Sunday at Evangelische Friedenskirche Stuttgart. The service will be in German but Gospel music doesn’t know any language barriers.
- Start into Easter Sunday with a Frühschoppen breakfast at Biergarten Schlossgarten. Live music included.
- You would have loved to fly away for the long weekend? Get in the holiday spirit when you enjoy an Easter brunch at Red Baron Airport Stuttgart while you watch the planes start and land on April 21.
- Cafe am Nil is famous for its Salsa Parties. The first one in 2019 will take place on April 21.
- Swing out of Easter Sunday at Swing & Cake at Weltcafe on April 21.
- If you want to find out how we celebrate Easter here in Stuttgart, check out my new post.
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.