The 77th Red Cross Bazaar will take place in Luxembourg on Saturday November 18 and Sunday November 19, 2023, on the Champ du Glacis under an epémère tent. Under the patronage of H.R.H. the Grand Duchess, President of the Luxembourg Red Cross, the bazaar raises funds for children and young people in need.
Flea market, catering and children’s activities at the Red Cross Bazaar
Held every year in Luxembourg, the Red Cross Bazaar is a true tradition. By browsing the stands, visitors can not only treat themselves for the weekend, but also help the less fortunate.
The Red Cross Bazaar is a huge flea market. Visitors can find vintage and designer clothing, as well as handicrafts and second-hand goods. Silverware, porcelain tableware and second-hand goods of all kinds await bargain hunters.
It’s a great opportunity to find decorative items for the home, get dressed up for less, and make original gifts for next Christmas. Whatever your budget, there’s something for everyone at the various flea market stalls.
A food hall also offers visitors a variety of national and international culinary specialities.
A charity for the underprivileged
Meet the Red Cross volunteers
During the Red Cross Bazaar, profits are donated to the benefit of young people in Luxembourg and abroad.
Throughout the weekend, visitors will be able to meet the teams of the Luxembourg Red Cross. Find out more about the various projects and actions undertaken to help young people and children in distress in Luxembourg and abroad.
The Luxembourg Red Cross Bazaar has existed since the end of the Second World War in 1946 to help the poorest of the poor. The sale of second-hand clothes, food and handicrafts helps to fund the Red Cross’ social work.
The Red Cross Bazaar is traditionally organized under the patronage of Grand Duchess Maria Theresa.
The Red Cross Bazaar, a social event.
The Red Cross Bazaar has always attracted Luxembourg residents, as well as the Grand Ducal family and other VIPs. The Hereditary Grand Duke and his wife, Prince Felix and his wife Princess Claire regularly honour the Bazaar with their presence. We also meet Xavier Bettel, a great fan of this type of event. Stéphane Bern, a famous French television presenter, of Luxembourgish origin through his grandmother, also regularly visits the site.
You too can take advantage of this friendly, supportive event.
To get there, visit the Glacis tent in the Luxembourg-Limpertsberg district.
Do you like this type of event? You may also be interested in the Bazar International de Luxembourg: