World Cup Culture Guide

If you are going to Germany for the World Cup, KadmusArts can make sure you have a complete experience. I’m sure you know the match schedule and already have your very own Goleo VI, but what can you do on the off days? What can you do to relax — to take a break from match tension, fan screaming, hooligan drinking, and bodies painted with national flags?

A night at a festival is the perfect way to catch your breath, explore Germany, and — if it must be — put that loss into perspective.

Festivals you can catch while in in Germany from June 9 to July 9:

Ludwigsburger Schlossfestpiele
new music for a new Cup winner
Ludwigsburg, June 7 - September 19

Bad Hersfelder Festspielen
so large you’re bound to run into a fellow fan in this beautiful place
Bad Hersfeld, June 10 - August 6

Tollwood
wild performance art with food from around the world
München, June 14 - July 9

Münchner Opern - Festspiele
operatic performances, but not for the referee’s ears
München, June 24 - July 31

Zelttakt Festival
pop, rock, jazz, hip-hop, reggae, classical and world music
Freiburg, June 28- July 16

Synergura - International Puppet Theatre Festival
wish you could control the players? live vicariously at this puppet fest
Erfurt, July 1 - 7

International Festival of Young Theatre ARENA
things young people from the world can do other than kick a ball
Erlanger, July 6 - 11

Samba Festival Offenburg
appropriate if the Brazilian team is doing well!
Offenburg, July 7 - 9

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