Luxembourg-City, the capital of music
The return of the URBAN PIANO project project has already kicked off the musical season, inviting passers-by to take to the keyboard in the streets of Luxembourg. But it’s with the launch of the Fête de la Musique that things get serious! All kinds of concerts will be taking over the capital, to suit all musical tastes.
With four stages, veritable “music spots” in the heart of the capital, the city of Luxembourg aims to promote all kinds of music. Meet Ville-Haute at Place d’Armes, Puits-Rouge and Grand-Rue to beat the drum.
The Merl district is also on board, with a music scene at Place Thorn.
The Place du Parc in Bonnevoie will also host concerts on June 17 and 18.
As last year, Kirchberg is not to be outdone. Passengers on the funicular will be welcomed with a breakfast provided by CFL, to the sound of the Hunneg-Strëpp brass band.
There will also be an organ concert at St. Joseph’s Church in Limpertsberg on June 18. On the same day, Parc Laval will resound with a variety of musical sounds from 2pm to 6pm.
Several of the capital’s establishments are also taking part in this musical extravaganza, the perfect way to celebrate summer, which is well and truly here this year!
Jazz, classical, electro-pop, blues, hip-hop or experimental, the choice is yours as you stroll from stage to stage. As you pass from one street to the next, you’ll be able to enjoy many different concerts and styles of music .
Ask for the program!
The Music Festival in the Regions of the Grand Duchy
The regions of the Grand Duchy will also be celebrating with musical concerts.
In the Centre region :
In addition to the music stages in the various districts of Luxembourg City, other communes also offer a wide variety of concerts: classical, jazz, electro, dance, etc.
We find in particular the municipalities of :
- Bertrange: concerts in the park on the 18th and 20th at the Arca
- Kopstal, concert June 18 at Bridel Rue Gerden
- Lorentzweiler: June 17 and 20 at Foyer Laurent and Place Ferdinand Dostert
- Mamer: the Place de l’Indépendance will be alive with sound on June 16, 17 and 18
- Niederanven: Kulturhaus celebrates on June 17
Ask your local government for more information.
In the South-West region:
The towns of Dudelange, Differdange, Reckange-sur-Mess and Kayl offer a wide range of classical and folk concerts, …
In the North region:
The northern region is not to be outdone, with the towns of Ettelbrück, Bourscheid and Bastendorf also offering a wide range of concerts, from classical to rock and hip-hop.
In the East region
There’s even a website dedicated entirely to the Fête de la Musique in Luxembourg, where you can find all the latest news and the program for these days dedicated to festivities and music. Find all the program and concerts of the Fête de la Musique in Luxembourg here.
And share your best musical moments with the hashtag#LXFDLM