Welcome to the weekend! Go for some comedy therapy, ride the steam train, see a dog show or take them for a swim, see art in the Grund or watch Top Gun!

1. Go for stand-up comedy therapy

What: Laugh off your problems
Vantage Bar, 163 Rue de Beggen, 1221 Beggen - Google Maps
When: Friday, 1 September at 8pm - €12-€20 - info & tickets

Stand up comedy meets therapy in this show were comedians use humour solve your problems! Join this English comedy night at the Vantage bar where audience members can submit their problems and questions anonymously on a piece of paper and a bunch of comedians will provide hilarious advice. Hey, cheaper than therapy!

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2. Have a picnic at Michael Jackson Tribute Show

What: Betzfield 2023
Campus School "Am Stengert", 20 Rte de Luxembourg, 6910 Roodt-sur-Syre - Google Maps
When: Friday, 1 September as of 6pm - €12-€17.50 - info & tickets


3. See International Dog Show

What: Just happiness
LuxExpo, 10 Circuit de La Foire Internationale, 1347 Kirchberg - Google Maps
When: Saturday, 2 September and Sunday, 3 September between 9.30am-6.30pm - €8, kids free - more info here

Oh this sounds lovely. The International Dog Show, held annually for over 50 years, is back this weekend at LuxExpo. So much more than your average dog show, the event is a stage for innovative brands promoting animal health and welfare, a platform for entertainment and a source of information for dog owners and those looking to add a dog to their family. In short, the International Dog Show is an event that deals with every aspect of dog ownership. There are also some very prestigious competitions held on both days!


4. Watch Top Gun Maverick at open air cinema

What: Tom Cruise classic
Where: Ecole Primaire Bridel, 24 Rue de l'École, 8128 Bridel Kopstal - Google Maps
When: Friday, 1 September at 8pm - FREE - more info here

After more than 30 years of service as one of the Navy's top aviators, Pete "Maverick" Mitchell is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot and dodging the advancement in rank that would ground him. Training a detachment of graduates for a special assignment, Maverick must confront the ghosts of his past and his deepest fears, culminating in a mission that demands the ultimate sacrifice from those who choose to fly it.

5. Visit Sunday morning art market

What: Paintings, glass art, ceramics, stone, metal and woodwork...
Where: Rue Münster, 2160 Grund Luxembourg - Google Maps
When: Sunday, 3 September between 10am-6pm - more info here

On the first Sunday of the month (one more edition after this), artists and creatives gather in the beautiful Grund district to showcase their work. It's one big open air pop-up gallery. Find something new for your collection, or just stroll along and meet artists face to face. Great in combination with a coffee or brunch in the area.


6. Take your dog for a swim

What: 'Muppeschwammen'
Where: Dudelange and Beaufort swimming pools
When: Sunday, 3 September, times vary  - more info in links below

Is your dog crazy about cannonballs? Then they'll definitely enjoy a big splash in Luxembourg's pools this September! The municipalities of Dudelange and Beaufort are opening their swimming pools to dogs only this Sunday. Find more info to both locations: Dudelange (more info here) and Beaufort (more info here). Good buoy!


7. Ride the historic steam train

What: Great museum in the south
Where: Minett Park, 2, Fond-de-Gras, 1 Fond de Gras, 4576 Niederkorn - Google Maps
When: Sunday, 3 September as of 11am - FREE - more info here

Train 1900 hosts its open day this Sunday! Come and explore the old mining park, ride on one of several steam trains, learn about ironworks and art crafting, or visit restoration works. A great family event.


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