What's up weekend: Bavaria and Stuttgart Feb. 16 - 18

What's up weekend: Bavaria and Stuttgart Feb. 16 - 18

by: Shereece Spain | .
Stripes Europe | .
published: February 12, 2018

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Wondering what to do this weekend? We've got some great events in the Bavaria and Stuttgart areas lined up for you! Here's what's up:


Stark Beer Festival
Feb. 15 - Mar. 24, Munich

The city’s oldest brewery begins its indoor beer festival this weekend. The festival is open from Thursday through Saturday during the specified dates.

“Fast & Furious Live”
Feb. 16-18, Munich

Be captivated with amazing stunts and 3D projections that makes you feel like you’re part of the action. The show, based on the intense motion picture, begins at 7:30 p.m. at Olympiahalle. Tickets can be purchased online.

Do-It-Yourself Framing Classes
Feb. 17, Heart & Home Craft Shop

Time to pull out all those incredible photos you’ve been taking and decorate your walls. This class will teach you how to construct your own frames to bring out the best in your pictures. The cost is 45 dollars and it includes all your supplies except what you would like to frame. Call today to register!

Spark Sunday
Feb. 18, Hoerner Doerfer

Join the revelry at the fire station at 7:30 p.m. for the annual lighting of a massive bonfire. It’s free to attend.


The Johnny Cash Show
Feb. 16, Friedrichshafen am Bodensee

In honor of the “Man in Black’s” 86th birthday, Robert Tyson entertains audiences with classics, such as “I walk the line”, “Ring of Fire” and “Hurt.” Tickets range from 32 to 36 euros. The show begins at 8 p.m.

The Snow Queen
Feb. 16, Pforzheim

Be mesmorized as Hans Christian Anderson’s tale comes to life on stage without having to hear “Let it Go”! Ticket prices start at 24.35 euros and can be purchased online.

“Berlin to Broadway with Kurt Weill, A Musical Voyage” Performance
Feb. 16 - 18, Stuttgart Theatre Center

Check out the opening weekend of this thrilling musical journey of the rise of composer, Kurt Weill. It’s set in the 1920s of Germany and includes music from “The Threepenny Opera”, “Knickerbocker Holiday”, “Lady in the Dark”, and more! Attendees must be at least 5 years-old. Tickets are are 17 dollars for adults and 15 dollars for students. Call the theater for reservations.

Black Forest Vertical Up
Feb. 17, Todtnau

Witness participants climb 500 vertical meters up the Worldcup-Track by any means necessary (excluding motor power). The competitions begin at 3:30 p.m. You can take the Rothausbahn for 15 euros per person. Check the website for full details. 

Be sure to check back next week to see what's up!

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