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Follow the signs for fun all day and night. (Photo: Public Domain, Gratisography.com)

Go home at daybreak in Leipzig

Wondering what to do in Leipzig? Follow our numerous fun-bound directions along this post and you won’t get lost – or go bored at all – over the next seven days.

Leipzig events

14 April

Pitches for Social Impact Lab

Get to know the social entrepreneurship startups in the running for a spot at the Plagwitz-based incubator. Each team of entrepreneurs gets five minutes to sell their idea. Read more…

Improv theatre at Poniatowski

Unique cultural experience at this hangout for artists and general Bohemians. Read more…

Latin Night at Bayerhaus

Every Thursday evening you get a chance to chat, dance and practice multiple languages with plenty of friendly Latinos around. More details…

Readings at Helheim

Meet two talented writers – from Germany and Kazakhstan – and get a piece of their minds. More info…

15 April

From the neighborhood garden

Eat really local at Fauser Leipzig this Friday. And it really does sound yummy. Read more…

Basislager anniversary bash

Celebrate the birth and growth of a hip co-working space, with live music, DJs and networking opportunities. Details…

POLYSICK – future & vintage afro sounds

The diversity of Africa in DJ sounds at Blaue Perle. Find out more…

15 April – 8 May

Frühlingskleinmesse – Spring Carnival at Festplatz am Kottaweg

Amusement park style fun! More info…

15 – 17 April

Canoe Slalom Olympic qualifications at Kanupark Markkleeberg

Sounds like fun to watch! Details…

Films for Leipzig Yoga Day at Kinobar

For yogis and sympathizers. More info…

16 April

Leipziger Yogatag – Yoga Day at Sportwissenschaftliche Fakultät

Get to know different varieties of yoga during workshops and demonstrations between 10:00-19:00. Read more…

KARLI BEBEN: Action, Party, Musik

Seasonal event on Karl-Liebknecht-Straβe (Karli). Shop owners, pubs and restaurants organize this event together and make Karli “shake” (=beben) with live-music, theatre, dance, fashion shows, etc. A program guide (Programmheft) is available at participating venues and shops on Karli. More on FB…

Nachtflohmarkt Kohlrabizirkus – Flea Market at night

After AGRA Antiques Market the second largest flea market of Leipzig, held monthly at Kohlrabizirkus, An den Tierkliniken 42, from 15:00-23:00. Entrance fee €2, free after 22:00 and free parking. More info (in German)…

Park cleanup action in Leipzig

Join the community in getting rid of trash left behind in our beautiful parks. Details…

WILDWEXEL at Dachtheatre

Drama: love, sex, intrigue, monogamy, coveting the “forbidden.” More…

Cuban Bass Edition at 4Rooms

A famous, Latin Grammy-nominated MC brings a vibrant mix of rhythms to Reudnitz. More info…

Klub Balkanska at elipamanoke

You know Balkan nights can get crazy with frenzied beats and bodies. Time to join the fun. More info…

16 & 17 April

Stijl Designmarkt – young design at Kongresshalle am Zoo

For the second time in Leipzig, a fair representing young designers and small labels in the fields of fashion, furniture and graphic design. More info…

17 April

Landparty Familienfrühlingsfest – Family Spring Fair

In the nearby village of Naundorf the eco-friendly Kulturhaus Altes Kranwerk organizes a Family Spring Fair with loads of activities and workshops between 10:00-18:00. Their upcycled bicycles auction between 12:00-13:00 is quite famous. More info (in German)…

19 April

Artists on Artists at Poniatowski

Meet Anne and Christijan (LeipGlo writer and a fixture in the Leipzig cultural and literary scene): “These two talented singer/song-writers will explore their inspirations and creativity through the evening.” Read more…

20 April

4/20

The day when everything is supposed to be allowed. Where?

Marjon is Dutch and came to Leipzig in August 2013 with her family, because her husband got a job in the area. At the time she still had her own copywriting company, producing Dutch texts for websites, press releases, brochures, etc. She is an avid social media user and a passionate (digital) networker. Marjon has a degree in tourism management, which partially explains why she is always on the look-out for interesting Leipzig events and attractions.

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