Welcome to the weekend! Hear jazz icon Dianne Reeves, go for a last ice skate, get stuffed at the food truck festival or go plogging with the community.

1. Go for a last ice skate this season

What: Slide into the weekend
Kockelscheuer Ice Rink, 42 Rte de Bettembourg, 1899 Roeser - Google Maps
When: Friday, 31 March between 2-10.30pm - more info here

The Kockelscheuer ice rink is closing for the summer (although given current temperatures they should consider staying open a little longer...) and are inviting for "one last skate" this Friday. The rink is open til 10.30pm, with several DJs spinning the hottest, uhm, chilliest tunes. Ticket prices remain the same as usual (€3-€5 entry + rental). Happy skating!


2. Hear jazz icon Dianne Reeves

What: Annual Philharmonie highlight
Philharmonie, 1 Pl. de l'Europe, 1499 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Friday, 31 March at 8pm - info & tickets

Dianne Reeves, one of the most virtuous jazz singers of our current time, is playing the Philharmonie's Grand Auditorium this Friday. She is accompanied by a killer band that are musical legends in their own right. For lovers of jazz, soul and R'n'B, this is absolutely not to be missed.

3. Get stuffed at food truck festival

What: Eat it!
Rotondes, 3 Place des Rotondes, 2448 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 1 April and Sunday, 2 April between 12-10pm (6pm on Sunday) - more info here

It's hard to miss Luxembourg's vast quantity of food trucks. They're often parked outside offices during lunch hours but now and then all come together for a big food festival on wheels. Whether you're a meat or veggie lover, looking for Asian or American flavours, more gourmand or relaxed dishes, you'll find something for all tastes at Eat it! It's known to get really packed, so better plan in an early lunch (or at least some queueing).


4. Go plogging in Rodange

What: Clean up the community
Where: Sports hall, 3, rue Jos. Moscardo, L-4840 Rodange - Google Maps
When: Sunday, 2 April at 10am - more info here

Ever heard of plogging before? It's a combination of jogging and picking up trash (that's actually some really intense exercise). ​The Environmental Commission of the municipality of Petange, in collaboration with the local athletics union, is inviting all runners, hikers and dog walkers for a 6km trail whereby participants pick up trash around the area. Departure (9am) and arrival is at the Rodange sports hall (10-11am). Join in cleaning up the community!


5. Watch John Wick 4

What: Neo-noir action film
Where: Kinepolis, 45 Av. John F. Kennedy, 1855 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Various times - info & tickets

With the price on his head ever increasing, legendary hit man John Wick takes his fight against the High Table global as he seeks out the most powerful players in the underworld, from New York to Paris to Japan to Berlin.

6. See fluffy friends at International Dog Show

What: Pawed pets
Where: LuxExpo, 10 Circuit de La Foire Internationale, 1347 Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 1 April und Sunday, 2 April - info & tickets here

Get ready for cuteness overload. The International Dog Show has been held annually in Luxembourg for over 50 years. Organised by the Féderation Cynologique Luxembourgeoise, the show is an essential date in any dog lover’s calendar. So much more than your average dog show, the event is a stage for innovative brands promoting animal health and welfare, a platform for outstanding entertainment and a source of information for dog owners and those looking to add a dog to their family. In short, an event that deals with every aspect of dog ownership.


7. See poetry slammers

What: The power of words
Where: Rotondes, 3 Place des Rotondes, 2448 Luxemburg - Google Maps
When: Friday, 31 March at 8pm - info & tickets

Five poetry slammers from Europe are coming together at Rotondes this Friday. They unpack their texts and stories, take to the stage, unleash their flow, ready to crush the competition under the weight of their words. The artists will be presenting in French and German.


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