In this brief overview I present my favorite events and things to do for non-German speakers on May 25 and 26 in Stuttgart. [This post contains unpaid advertisements based on personal recommendations]
- There is a summer festival going on this weekend, on May 25 and 26 in Stuttgart at IG Berger Festplatz.
- Theater am Olgaeck celebrates the International Amateur Theater Festival on May 25 and 26 in Stuttgart. Theaters from all around the world will perform in Stuttgart on these days in their own languages, for example The Dybbuk in Hebrew on May 25.
- There is an Expat Camping Trip coming up on May 25 and 26, organized by Stuttgart Expat Meetups.
- Stuttgart Lauf, Stuttgart’s biggest event for runners, will take place on May 25 and 26. It’s too late to sign up for it now but you can still go and cheer for the runners.
- You like flight shows? Then you don’t want to miss the flight festival on May 25 and 26 in Stuttgart Pattonville. Historical gliders, the world’s largest biplane, hot-air-balloons and more will await you.
- Shop for used stuff at the flea market at Stöckach on May 25.
- On May 25 you can visit the public rehearsal of the opera Mefistofele for free at the opera house.
- Join the weekend warmup Von Banksy bis Beats/From Banksy till Beats on May 25 at Saatsgalerie – live spraying, video performances and live music included.
- This is something for everyone who has read Adam Douglas’ The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: May 25 is Towel Day! When you bring a towel to Planetarium Stuttgart on that day you get free admission between 3 and 4:40 pm.
- On May 25 you can dance Salsa under the Stars at a very special location: the Atrium at Mercedes-Benz Museum
- There is a flea market especially for girls and ladies going on at Kulturhaus Arena on May 26.
- Your vote counts! On March 26 citizens of the EU can vote for the European Parliament and the City Council of Stuttgart. I’ve put together information about who can vote and how to vote in this blog 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. Moreover, I researched the information about the events to my best knowledge but I cannot be hold responsible for any inaccuracy.