In this brief overview I present my favorite events and things to do for non-German speakers on October 26 and 27 in Stuttgart.
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- Aparently there is a TED talk going on this Saturday, October 26, at Max Planck Institute for Solid State Research. The topic: Lab2App
- You like oldtimer cars? Then you should not miss the Oldtimertreffen/Oldtimer Meetup on top of Züblin Parkhaus on October 26.
- The pub Schlampazius is an institution in Stuttgart and definitely worth a visit anyway. On October 26 you can combine grabbing a bite with shopping as Schlampazius organizes its first Kneipenflohmarkt/Pub Flea Market!
- The African Open Mic is back in Stuttgart and celebrates Black, African and Afrodiasporan voices from in and around Stuttgart on October 26 at Weltcafé.
- Stuttgart Expat Meetups organizes a fun Jazz and Soul night at Maritim Hotel on October 26.
- On October 26 you can shop the night away at Long Shopping Night in downtown Stuttgart. The city will also be beautifully illuminated for the occasion.
- If you feel like you need a break, visit REBOOT Guided Meditation on Sunday! Stef, the guide, is really good and I know what I am speaking of as I joined one of her classes a while ago and loved it.
- I have heard so many good things about this event that I really wanna go soon with my little girl: Babyconcert at Marmorsaal im Weißenburgpark is back this Sunday! One concert starts at 11 am, another one at 1 pm and they last for 45 minutes.
- The weather is supposed to be lovely this weekend so how about going on a bike tour?! You could join a tour organized by Stuttgart Expat Meetups to Danube River on Sunday, October 27!
- I know that some of you like historic trams so here comes a little gem: This weekend, on October 26 and 27 in Stuttgart you can enjoy one of the city’s most famous trams from the 60s, the GT 4.
- The 8th International >tangoloft< Milonga Weekend is going on in Stuttgart on October 26 and 27.
- This weekend the Firefighters in Degerloch organize their annual festival Degerlocher Kirbe. Live music and local specialities await you and the shops will be open on Sunday, too.
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.