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Jewish Music and Theatre Week 2018
Where: Dresden, Germany
When:  Thursday, October 25, 2018 - Sunday, November 4, 2018
It's since 1995, that the Yiddish Music and Theater Week (Judische Musik und Theaterwoche Dresden) takes place in the German city of Dresden. The festival is dedicated to the language and culture of the the Jews of eastern Europe and is therefore unique in Germany.  However, more and more the Jewish culture of today becomes an important part of the festivals, too. It all started in 1995 when enthusiasts from Rocktheater Dresden - a non professional theatre group with a special interest in music theater (not musical!)- started...(read more)
International Dixieland Festival Dresden 2019
Where: Dresden, Germany
When:  Sunday, May 19, 2019 - Sunday, May 26, 2019
The International Dixieland Festival Dresden is known as one of the greatest and most quality jazz festival in Europe. The festival started in 1971 and nowadays it hosts more than five hundred thousand jazz lovers who reach the place in order to listen to the concerts performed by the best artists and compositions. The colorful river boats that sail the hundreds of celebrants on a wonderful musical cruise, the special atmosphere, the music played in the city and the festive parade that ends the event, all these and more ensure cultural and...(read more)
Christmas Market in Dresden 2018
Where: Dresden, Germany
When:  2018 from end November till end December .
Christmas Market in Dresden (Hefestriezel Weihnachtsmarkt) is known as the oldest market in Germany. Dresden is located in the center of East Germany. It started in 1,434 and since, it is held continuously during Advent. (In the Christian calendar, the first season of the church year, a period of preparation for the birth of Jesus. Advent begins on the Sunday nearest to November 30 and continues until Christmas). The local Christmas market is also called Hefestriezel as the local traditional sweet. In addition to selling presents for the...(read more)
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