What's up weekend: Kaiserslautern and Wiesbaden May 18-20

What's up weekend: Kaiserslautern and Wiesbaden May 18-20

by: Mary Del Rosario and Karen Bradbury | .
Stripes Europe | .
published: May 14, 2018

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Horse Show in Miesau
May 19-20, Bruchmühlbach-Miesau

And we’re off to the races…. at the racetrack in Miesau where you can watch the equestrians at the Miesau riding and driving club compete for the championship. Don’t forget to bring your binoculars and as you root for the horse with the most interesting name! The competition is located in the Miesau Riding Club Facilities. For updates to times and admission prices, visit their website.    

Indoor Flea Market and Craft Fair
May 19, Baumholder

Rummage through vintage home accessories and channel your inner Martha Stewart with the best crafts at this indoor fair! Held at the Hall of Champions Fitness Center, browse through your favorite stands as they will be selling jewelry, food and home accessories, paintings and much more! With many vendors at this event, you’re sure to find a nice home accessory that will compliment that empty corner in your living room! The fair starts at 10 a.m. on Saturday.

French Night in Trippstadt
May 19, Trippstadt

Become Parisian for the evening at Trippstadt’s French night where all things French will be celebrated. A selection of crisp red wine, tarte flambée (similar to the German flammkuchen) and other delicious goodies will be offered. Held at the garden in the Schlosspark, celebrate the night with melodic music, good wine, and even greater people. The festival starts at 5 p.m. Check for updates on admission prices.  

Sweeney Todd Musical
May 18, Kaiserslautern

If you’re a fan of the Sweeney Todd movie with Johnny Depp, come see the live-musical at the Pfalztheather in Kaiserslautern. This musical is about a barber who gets rid of his victims by pulling a lever as they sit in his chair. The victims are still alive until Sweeney Todd disposes their bodies and turns their flesh into meat pies! Though the concept sounds morbid, the musical has always been a hit! Tickets start at 21 euros, and they can be purchased through the theater’s website.      


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