Welcome to the weekend! Celebrate at a Château, enjoy local village parties, hear music at Rotondes, or support show jumpers. Here are our top tips.

1. Hear piano and synths at Rotondes

What: Neo-classical/electronic/piano
Where: 
Rotondes, 3 Place des Rotondes, 2448 Luxemburg - Google Maps
When: Sunday, 7 August at 8pm - info & tickets

Moritz Fasbender has always been attracted to the obscure: sombre places, dark music and film noir. Her music bends the rules of contemporary classical music or neo-classical. Using the piano as her main instrument, she flirts with electronic sounds and synths in her performances, almost creating a new instrument or sound as a whole. She'll be performing this Sunday at Rotondes at 8pm.

2. Enjoy activities at Bartrenger Duerffest

What: Music, exhibitions, food and more
Where:
Bertrange city centre - Google Maps
When:
 Friday, 5 August - Sunday, 7 August - more info here

Locals and neighbours will flock to the Bartrenger Duerffest this weekend to check out the annual village festivities. The local fire department will showcase its machinery and trucks. There is a flash dance, concerts, a fire show, DJs and atelier workshops for children. Not to forget all the good food and drinks. A lovely activity even if Bertrange is not your home.

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3. Go back in time at medieval festival

What: Exciting programme
Where:
Vianden Castle, Mnt du Château, 9408 Vianden - Google Maps
When: Friday, 5 August - Sunday, 7 August between 10am-7pm - info & tickets

The medieval festival is one of the annual highlights of Vianden castle. Over the course of nine days (of which this weekend are the last three), more than 100 participants fill the entire castle grounds with medieval life (we got rather excited and took lots of pictures) and ensure a varied programme: knights’ camps, fire and battle shows, jugglers, minstrels and bird-of-prey demonstrations will immerse young and old in a bygone era. In addition to knightly romance, medieval music and juggler fun, visitors can look forward to a wonderful medieval market with handicrafts, calligraphy and all kinds of delicacies.

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4. See show jumping in Roost

What: Weekend-long competition
Where: Reitstall um Rouscht, Rte du N, 7463 Mersch - Google Maps
When: Friday, 5 August - Sunday, 7 August - more info here

There's a show jumping competition taking place in Roost across the weekend. Pop down and watch both horse and rider in action!

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5. Check out vintage cars and bikes

What: Vintage Cars & Bikes 2022
Where: Steinfort city centre - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 6 August - Sunday, 7 August - more info here

The area between the primary school and Keeseminnen cultural centre in Steinfort is changing into an expo ground for motorcycles, tractors and vehicles manufactured before 1985, as well as an exchange for mechanical parts. Come along to this free event to meet individuals, clubs, associations and traders. Check this link for pictures of the area.

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6. See an open air art exhibition in the Grund

What: Konscht am Gronn
Where: Rue Münster, L-2160 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Sunday, 7 August between 10am-6pm - more info here

An art gallery under blue, sunny skies in Luxembourg City's historic Grund district? Yep, it's possible! Konscht am Gronn is an atmospheric art exhibition that brings people from all over the country to the city. Over 30 international artists promote their work on the famous bridge crossing the Alzette river. Have a stroll and a spontaneous look, and maybe consider a purchase if you like what you see and want to support creative minds.

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7. Celebrate at Chateau Ansembourg

What: Explore the chateau and surroundings
Where: Grand Chateau of Ansembourg, 10 Rue de la vallée, 7411 Helperknapp - Google Maps
When: Sunday, 7 August between 11am-6pm - more info here

For the 32nd year, the Fête du Château will be a joyful opportunity to enjoy the beautiful surroundings of the Valley of the Seven Castles, discover regional products as well as artistic and fun activities. Or, take a guided tour to learn more about the history of the site and how to better protect the precious ecosystem that ensures our future.

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