Welcome to the weekend! Hear this editor live, tap dance to Celtic music, see poster exhibit, watch movies at LuxFilmFest or buy vintage clothing.

1. See Josh Island with band at Trifolion

What: Pop singer-songwriter
Trifolion, 2, Porte Saint Willibrord, L-6486 Echternach - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 11 March at 8pm - info & tickets

Woops - busted! This editor is also a singer-songwriter...and putting on a full-band show this Saturday at Trifolion. If you're a fan of Sting, John Mayer, Jamie Cullum or other artists in the pop and soul-folk realm, you should come along. Josh Island is teasing tracks from his upcoming debut album as well as older repertoire, all with an 8-piece band. You may actually spot some RTL Today team members in the audience! Grab your tix now and see you on Saturday! (For a little video teaser, watch this live performance).


© Jake Gilroy

2. Get swinging at Zeltik music festival

What: Tap your feet!
Opderschmelz, 1a Rue du Centenaire L-3475 Dudelange - Google Maps
When: Friday, 10 March and Saturday, 11 March at 6pm - info & tickets

If Celtic music is more your cup of tea, you're in luck! The biggest Celtic music festival of the Greater Region, Zeltik, is taking over Dudelange this weekend. Enjoy dancing, singing and tapping your feet to local and international Celtic music acts. This is always a delightful, upbeat family event worth checking out! Here's a video of headliner Carlos Nuñez:

3. Buy vintage clothes per kg

What: Vintage kilo sale
LuxExpo, 10 Circuit de La Foire Internationale, 1347 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 11 March and Sunday, 12 March - info & tickets

Fashionistas from all corners of Luxembourg are invited to this weekend's vintage kilo sale. There's a fixed price: €45/kg, and brands include Levi's, Converse, Adidas, Helly Hanson, North Face, Wrangler and many more. There are many different sizes and styles, as well as handpicked leather bags. Your next bargain?


© Unsplash

4. Double theatre bill: Dreamer & Stark Bollock Naked

What: Solo performances
Where: Neimenster, 28 Rue Münster, 2160 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Friday, 10 March and Saturday, 11 March at 7pm - info & tickets

In Anne-Mareike Hess' second solo performance Dreamer, the artist delves into her own femininity and questions the the stereotypes associated with women. Neimënster also welcomes back Larisa Faber's Stark Bollock Naked, inspired by her own experiences of social pressures related to the biological clock. She confronts the public with questions about female identity and does not hesitate to address 'taboo subjects' such as abortion and mental health.

5. Watch 1976 (and other film festival screenings)

What: Chilean-Argentine drama 
Where: Cinematheque, 17 Pl. du Théâtre, 2613 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 11 March at 10am - info & tickets

When Carmen's family priest asks her to take care of a young man he is sheltering in secret, she steps onto unexplored territories, away from the quiet life she is used to. 1976 is a 2022 Chilean-Argentine drama film directed by Manuela Martelli and written by Martelli & Alejandra Moffat. It is part of the official selection of the Luxembourg City Film Festival, and Martelli is also present at the screening. Go check out this film and many others as part of the festival.

6. See Luxembourg poster exhibition

What: Intriguing national history
Where: Luxembourg City Museum, 14 Rue du St Esprit, 1475 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Running until 14 January 2024 - more info here

Posters bear witness to social changes, prevailing tastes and mentalities. Despite digital mass media, the poster remains part of the public space and our collective visual memory. This exhibition provides an insight into the Luxembourg City Museum's poster collection, comprising around 2,500 pieces from the fields of politics, administration, culture or advertising. At the same time, it illustrates the development of Luxembourg and international graphic design during the 20th century. For example, check out this poster below from the City Tourism Office by Gleis.


© Gleis / Tourist Office

7. Hear birdsongs

What: Guided walk
Where: A Wiewesch, 12, Syrdallstrooss, Manternach - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 11 March between 8am-12pm - more info here

Ever wanted to learn more about the different birds that live in our forests? Join this Saturday morning walk between 8am-12pm in Manternach to listen to all kinds of birdsongs...and the guide will be able to tell you what bird it is. Reserve by emailing on Friday to awiewesch@anf.etat.lu.


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