In this brief overview I present my favorite events and things to do for non-German speakers on June 8 and 9 in Stuttgart. [This post contains unpaid advertisements based on personal recommendations]
- You will find a piano at Kleiner Schlossplatz this weekend, June 8 and 9. It is provided by Open Piano for Refugees and you are welcome to play a tune or to listen to others doing so. All donations will go to the music project DoReMi that supports refugees and socially disadvantaged people.
- Your little one loves dinosaurs? Then you can take him or her to the fair Dinosaurs at Böblingen Flugfeld on June 8 or 9.
- Celebrate diversity and join the summer festival of CSD Stuttgart at Berger Festplatz in the Schlossgarten on June 8 and 9.
- Watch a match at Mercedes Cup this weekend.
- A lovely Stummfilmfestival/Silent Movie Festival will take place at Eliszis Jahrmarkt at Killesberg. On June 8 and 9 you can enjoy films with Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton for example.
- The SWR Summer Festival (in case you wonder: SWR is a local radio station :-)) will be held this weekend, June 8 and 9 in Stuttgart at Schlossplatz. Enjoy live music in front of the old castle. You can either buy tickets for the events or just come along and hang around close to Schlossplatz where you will be able to listen to the music for free.
- If you like vegan food you don’t want to miss the Vegan Street Days on June 8 and 9 at Pariser Platz. Live music, food stands, lots of information and entertainment for kids await you.
- The music festival Sounds of Stuttgart is still going on this weekend, June 8 and 9 in Stuttgart at Stadtpalais.
- Gospel im Osten, Stuttgart’s biggest gospel choir, invites you to visit their spring concert Primetime on June 8 at Friedenskirche.
- If you love sneakers you should not miss Kicks-N-Coffee on June 8 at Im Wizemann.
- Shop for used cloths and records at the flea market at Österreichischer Platz on June 9.
- Enjoy guided meditation on June 9 at Yoga und Pilates at Galerie Stuttgart.
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.