Welcome to the weekend! Harvest your own cider, enjoy a beer at our local Oktoberfest, become a celt for an evening, or swap your old clothes for new ones.

1. Harvest apples in Ramborn

What: Ramborn's public harvest
Where: Cider Haff near Born - Google Maps
When: Saturday 30 September and Sunday 1 October - from 11am to 6pm - free entry

This weekend Ramborn opens its meadow and cidery to the public. You can come by, pick your own apples from the trees and watch as there are made into cider. Afterwards you will be able to taste some of Ramborn’s ciders as well. The day will be accompanied by live music and local food.

Find more information on their website.


© Ramborn Cider

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2. Encourage young scientists

What: Luxembourg International Science Expo
Where: Forum Campus Gesseknäppchen - Google Maps
When: Saturday 30 September, from 10 am to 5 pm - free entry

At the LISE over 67 young scientists from 17 different countries will present their innovative research in fields like engineering, environmental protection, and political science.

Highlights will also include an interactive exhibition about the Luxembourgish language by the Zenter fir d’Lëtzebuerger Sprooch and virtual reality exhibitions about asteroids deflections and beat sabers.

For those unable to attend the closing ceremony will be livestreamed on the YouTube channel of “Jonk Fuerscher” (young researchers). You can find the full programme of the science expo on their website as well.


© Fondation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg / Facebook

3. Listen to local artists in Dudelange

What: Fêtes des cultures Duedelange
Where: Place de l'Hôtel de Ville in Dudelange
When: Saturday 30 September and Sunday 1 October - free entry

20 local associations came together to organise two days full of music and folklore performances from around the world. On-site you will also find regional culinary specialities and local artisan products.

On Saturday the event starts at 4 pm and will run until half past midnight, and on Sunday festivities will kick off at 11 am until 7 pm.

Find the full program with all of the musical acts performing here.


© Hands on Mars / Facebook

4. Swap your old clothes

What: Fashion Swap
Where: Rotondes in Bonnevoie - Google Maps
When: Saturday 30 September - 2pm to 6pm

Youngcaritas is organising a clothes swap at Rotondes this Saturday and here’s how it works: You bring one to maximum ten clothing articles that you no longer need. You will then be given that amount of tokens that you can exchange for new clothes. However only clean and undamaged pieces will be accepted for trading.

The bar will be open for drinks and a DJ will guarantee a good vibes all afternoon!

5. Immerse yourself into Celtic culture

What: Soirée celtique
Where: Arca Bertrange - Google maps
When: Saturday 30 September - 4 pm to 9 pm - free entry

In Bertrange you will find an evening themed around the Celts. The festivities will be kicked off by a harp concert and throughout the evening you will find Irish step dancing performances, showcookings by Anne’s Kitchen and a concert of the group Authentica. Drinks will be provided by The Pyg Irish Bar and a foodtruck serving Celtic Fish & Chips will be on site as well.


© Authentica / Facebook

6. Go to the opening weekend of the Oktoberfest in Clausen

What: Oktoberfest 2023 - but make it luxembourgish
Where: Brauerei - Big Beer Company in Clausen
When: Friday 29 September until 11 November - from 5 pm until 3 am

It’s the first weekend of the Oktoberfest in Clausen, until 11 November, every Friday and Saturday the Brauerei will be a bit more Bavarian. Other than beer you will be able to order traditional dishes such as Haxen (pork knuckle), Hendl (grilled chicken), Wainzossis but also pretzels. The venue encourages traditional attire and will provide live DJ sets and performances by Marco Boesen.


© Big Beer Company

7. Go back to the 2000's at den Atelier

What: 2000's party
Where: den Atelier - Google Maps
When: Saturday 30 September - from 10 pm - entry 21+

Its time for another themed party at den Atelier, this time they’re bringing it back to the 2000’s, the decade of Seven Nation Army, Britney Spears and cheesy boy bands. For about 22 bucks you can buy a ticket on the atelier website and be a part of the party, and remember all of these classic tunes. The doors will open at 10 pm, minimum age is 21.

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