2020! A brand new year. Let’s hope it will be a good one, filled with peace, health, happiness and laughter. All the Christmas themed events are over but there is still a lot going on this January in Stuttgart!
- One tiny Christmas market is left until January 6 in Stuttgart: Wintertraum at Schlossplatz with its few stands and the ice rink.
- Go sledding in downtown Stuttgart at Stadtpalais: Stuttgart im Schnee/Stuttgart covered in snow is a fun urban installation with special events and a slope for sleds that will be open throughout January in Stuttgart.
- You like figure ice skating and the old tradition of Russian circuses? Then Circus on Ice will be your thing! You can visit the show throughout January.
- Go ice dancing at Eisdisco Waldau every Sunday this January in Stuttgart!
- Every Wednesday the City Library offers a free course for teens who want to improve their German skills.
- In my opinion the best circus in Stuttgart: Until January 6 you have the chance to visit Weltweihnachtszirkus at Cannstatter Wasen. Fun for the young and the young at heart. The show will be held in German but you don’t need to speak the language to enjoy all the different acts.
- If you haven’t visited the Christmas Garden at Wilhelma yet you can do so until until January 6. To find out more about Christmas Garden, check out my post A visit at Christmas Garden in Stuttgart.
- Enjoy Swan Lake, performed by the Bolschoi Ballet Belarus, on January 3 at Liederhalle.
- You might have heard and noticed that Stuttgart will get a new train station. If you’re interested in how far the work has proceeded – or if you (or you kids) love big construction sites, you should mark January 3 to 5 in your calendar as this are the days of the Open Construction Site.
- Who doesn’t love the Cinderella story? On January 4 and 16 you can watch La Cenerentola at the Opera House in Stuttgart, sung in Italian.
- Meet the English-speaking Writers in Stuttgart with new texts at Merlin on January 8.
- Watch a French Movie in its original version at Jour Fixe du Cinéma Francais at Delphi cinema on January 8.
- You want to increase you German skills? Then visit Spielend Deutsch lernen at Stadtbibliothek Stuttgart on January 8.
- Meet other (expecting) moms at Bumps and Babies Coffee Social on Januar 9 and 23 at Karl’s Kitchen.
- Shop the night away at Night Flea Market Wagenhallen on January 11.
- You will get married in 2020 in Stuttgart? Then you will find some inspiration for the big day at the fair Trau dich at Liederhalle on January 11 and 12.
- You need some inspiration for you holidays in 2020? Then you should visit CMT – The holiday exhibition between January 11 and 19 at Messe Stuttgart. Find some tips for How to survive CMT in my post from 2018.
- Join a discussion about the US elections on January 13 at SWR studios.
- Get into the American spirit and ready to cheer on your Stuttgart Rebels as they take on the EHC Zweibrücken Hornets for American Hockey Night 2020 on January 17 at Eiswelt Stuttgart.
- You will find even more inspiration for your wedding at the fair Fest versprochen on Januar 18 and 19 at Wagenhallen.
- Join the reading group Let’s Read and discuss On Earth We Are Briefly Gorgeous by Ocean Vuong on January 23.
- If you can’t get enough of figure ice skating: The famous show Holiday on Ice will be in Stuttgart at Porsche Arena between January 23 and 26.
- If you like spirits, you mustn’t miss the fair 0177 Spirits between January 24 and 26 at Phoenixhalle. Fine whisky, rum, gin, tequila, wine and beer await you.
- This is something for all book lovers: Germany’s leading annual rare book fair, the Antiquariatsmesse Stuttgart, will be in town between January 24 and 26 at Kunstverein.
- Here comes something for all fans of the Starks, the Lannisters and of course the queen of dragons: Game of Thrones live in Concert! On January 27 at Liederhalle!
- Learn more about the US Elections in an exhibition at DAZ and visit the vernissage on January 28.
Transperacy: This article contains unpaid advertisements. In this post I point out events that are going on this January in Stuttgart that I can recommend personally. I did not get paid by the organisators to do so. Paid contend is always highlighted as such on Living in Stuttgart.
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