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What’s on Kaiserslautern, Ramstein, Landstuhl

Lautr Summer

Relaxed concert atmosphere in the city center
“Lautr Summer Evenings” ensure a good mood times in 2024

The “Lautr Summer Evenings” are entering their third season! Over the summer months, to August 22, 2024, various artists will once again perform on a mobile event stage, alternating between different locations in Kaiserslautern’s city center. On Thursdays, all visitors to the city center will once again be treated to the finest listening pleasure from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., presented by Citymanagement Kaiserslautern.

On each of the evenings, a band will ensure a good mood and a relaxed atmosphere. In a pleasant ambience, guests of the local restaurants can listen to the music program with a cool drink after their shopping spree through the city and escape their everyday lives for a few hours. The popular deckchairs set up in front of the stages will once again provide the perfect summer feeling.

June 27, Riesenbrunnen
Yannisha Quartet
The established duo “Yannisha” consists of the incredible voice of Anisha and the French rhythm guitarist with a velvety voice, Yann Loup Adam. Whether with funk, pop or chansons, they have been delighting audiences for years on major cultural stages in the southwest and throughout Germany with various formations and in three languages. The mix of current music and classics covers every age group. The duo is accompanied by virtuoso Christian Di Fantauzzi (accordion) and exceptional musician Oliver Abt (guitar/bass).

July 11, Stiftsplatz
Sascha Kleinophorst
Sascha Kleinophorst has gained stage experience as a singer and frontman in a wide variety of formations and has been making music in a wide range of projects for almost 25 years. With his solo program, he lives out his preference for artists such as Ed Sheeran, Robbie Williams, Queen and many others with his voice and guitar. He plays whatever comes to mind: an acoustic version of current chart hits is followed by a Beatles classic, Udo Jürgens gives Ed Sheeran a run for his money. Despite this journey through the different genres, Sascha’s soulful interpretations make the concert evening feel like a unified whole.

July 25, St.-Martins-Platz
Stephan Flesch and Elmar Federkeil
With their impressive interplay, the two thoroughbred professional musicians offer the perfect symbiosis of harmony and rhythm, with songs from James Morrisson to Phil Collins, from Ed Sheeran to Bill Withers. On the one hand the fascinating voice of Stephan Flesch, accompanied by the sensitive guitar playing of the artist from Kaiserslautern, on the other hand the precise and earthy rhythms of the exceptional Saarland drummer and percussionist Elmar Federkeil.

August 08, Schillerplatz
The DJ Bus
Didi (DE) breathes life, soul and spirit into the electronic sound. His sets build a bridge between all electronic genres and delve deep into the world of electronic music. His passion and love for the diverse genre was born in Ibiza and today he produces tracks himself that convey a feeling of freedom with his unique sound. No wonder Didi (DE) also shines on stage internationally with his “The DJ Bus”. His sets are an experience for all the senses and allow the audience to forget everyday life for a few hours.

August 22, Stiftskirche
Heroes on the Loose
The former “guitar heroes” Eike Walter, Andreas Eichenauer and Luc Hatzis reinvented themselves last year as Heroes on the Loose with Kevin Holloway on guitar and vocals. At the Lautr Summer Evenings, the group can now be experienced unplugged as a trio. The evening’s program consists of sophisticated, high-quality classics from the last decades of music, including Eric Clapton, Coldplay, Bruce Springsteen, Mumford & Sons and Queen. Multi-voiced, virtuosic and full of energy and joy of playing, the trained thoroughbred musicians bring rock and pop unplugged to the stage.

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Sightseeing tours June 2024

Experience and enjoy KL
Kaiserslautern is a wonderful place to discover on foot. Most of the sights are close together. Get to know the history of Kaiserslautern on this city tour and be surprised by various delicacies.
Dates: Friday, June 14, 5.00 p.m.
15,00 EUR per person
Registration is binding. Cancellation is possible up to one day in advance.

KL intensive
The tour begins with a guided tour of the Palatine Hall of the former Renaissance palace and a visit to the underground corridors. The tour continues on foot with a short walk through the city center.
Dates: Saturday, June 15, 10:30 a.m.
10.00 EUR per person / 9.00 EUR reduced

Kaiserslautern “uff Pälzisch” – dialect tour
De Kaiserbrunne, e Sticksche Stadt unn Lautrer Originale – the tour leads “uff Pälzisch” from the Kaiserbrunnen through Steinstraße to Brezel Adam. Meeting point is at the Kaiserbrunnen.
Dates: Saturday, June 22, 2 p.m.
7.00 EUR per person / 6.00 EUR reduced

City tour
A stroll through the more than 750-year-old Barbarossa city. Kaiserslautern is a wonderful place to discover on foot, as most of the sights are close together.
Dates: Sunday, June 23, 2 p.m.
7.00 EUR per person / 6.00 EUR reduced

Around the collegiate church
Around the former monastery complex there are historical buildings and facilities of importance, some of which are hidden away: the Adlerapotheke, the Manufakturhaus, the so-called beautiful fountain and the former Jewish quarter with its mikvah. After a short tour, we will of course also take a look inside the collegiate church.
Dates: Friday, June 28, 5 p.m.
7.00 EUR per person / 6.00 EUR reduced

Guided tour of the cemetery
The tour of the main cemetery takes you to magnificent grave monuments and important personalities from the city’s history. The meeting point is at the funeral parlor.
Dates: Sunday, June 30, 11.00 a.m.
10.00 EUR per person / 9.00 EUR reduced


Palatine Hall & underground corridors
So, who was Barbarossa? – certainly not a baker (who has cashed in on this illustrious name), but a powerful emperor of the Middle Ages.

Discover more interesting aspects of Kaiserslautern: a guided tour of the Count Palatinate Hall (with the subterranean passages) and/or walk through the downtown highlights major personages, buildings and events in Kaiserslautern’s multifaceted history.

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Concert series invites you to Volkspark on Sundays

“Tradition meets modernity” is the motto on June 9, when the Kolpingskapelle Neustadt / Weinstraße Hambach e.V. takes to the stage. Founded in 1965, the band delights audiences with traditional and concert brass music as well as sophisticated light music such as film music, musicals and rock and pop music.

The motto of the Rittersberg Big Band is “Swing and Sing”. The 13 to 20-year-old musicians offer a varied program of swing, Latin and rock music. On June 23, the multi-award-winning and well-traveled band under the direction of Markus Lücke will showcase their skills on stage in Volkspark.

A repertoire of modern light music awaits the audience two weeks later, on July 7. The NahetalOrchester – the symphonic wind orchestra of the Katholische Kirchenmusik “Cäcilia” Sponsheim e.V. – will be playing under the motto “Musikalische Vielfalt so (N)ahe”.

On Sunday, July 21, the Kolpingkapelle Kindsbach 1926 e.V. invites you to “The World of Brass Music”. The modern wind orchestra caters to all tastes with folk and marching music through to church music, modern arrangements of pop and jazz music and popular medleys from well-known musicals.

“Musical journey through time” is the motto on August 4, when the Spielgemeinschaft Hütschenhausen e.V. can be seen in the Volkspark. The brass band, which was founded in 1929 and currently has 40 musicians and a diverse repertoire, has been conducted by Stefan Grüner since 2003.

On August 18, the Münchweiler 1924 e.V. music association will continue with the motto “100 years of brass music, a special journey!”. The association, also known as the “Kienholzmusikanten”, recently celebrated its 100th anniversary and would like to inspire many listeners with its varied program again this year.

The final concert will take place on September 1. Under the motto “Big Band goes Volkspark”, the Blue Light Big Band Ludwigshafen will be performing swing, Latin, rock, pop and soul music. The band, made up of members of the police force and musician friends, is under the musical direction of police officer Manuel Kunz.


Sightseeing tours July 2024

Palatine Hall & corridors
The tour begins in the Palatine Hall of the former Renaissance palace, the city’s representative rooms. The tour then moves on to the approx. 70 m long underground corridors, which allow visitors to experience the history of Kaiserslautern in a lively way.
Dates: Wednesday, July 03, 3 p.m.
Saturday, July 06, 11:15 a.m. (in English)
Wednesday, July 17, 3 p.m.
7 EUR per person / 6 EUR reduced

In the Emperor’s footsteps
From the exciting construction of the imperial palace, its heyday, the expansion and construction of Casimir Castle to the destruction and decline of both buildings: the guided tour over the castle hill and through the underground passage shows the exciting traces of the eventful history up to the present day.
Date: Saturday, July 06, 10:30 a.m.
7 EUR per person / 6 EUR reduced

Jewish traces in Kaiserslautern
The tour first leads to the Altenhof and thus to the Jewish ritual bath (mikvah). The tour continues along the former city fortifications to Synagogenplatz and the Metzgerturm.
Date: Wednesday, July 10, 3 p.m.
7 EUR per person / 6 EUR reduced

City tour
A stroll through the more than 750-year-old Barbarossa city. Kaiserslautern is a wonderful place to discover on foot, as most of the sights are close together.
Date: Saturday, July 13, 10:30 a.m.
7 EUR per person / 6 EUR reduced

Hohenecken Castle
From its construction in the 12th century to its destruction in 1688, Hohenecken Castle has had an eventful history. The legends, such as the story of the buried treasure or the tragic love story of Hildegard von Hoheneck, bear witness to this. Meeting point is directly at the castle!
Date: Thursday, July 04, 5 p.m.
7 EUR per person / 6 EUR reduced

Kaiserslautern “uff Pälzisch” – dialect tour
De Kaiserbrunne, e Sticksche Stadt unn Lautrer Originale – the tour leads “uff Pälzisch” from the Kaiserbrunnen through Steinstraße to Brezel Adam. The meeting point is at the Kaiserbrunnen.
Date: Saturday, July 13, 2 p.m.
7.00 EUR per person / 6.00 EUR reduced

Loud(er) gems – the unknown monument zone
Villas, town houses and a trade museum – all built in the second half of the 19th century – form a monument zone in the north of the city that is unparalleled in Kaiserslautern. Prominent people from Kaiserslautern lived here, so that the history of the city, family history and industrial history flow into one another during the guided tour. Get to know the magnificent, the pompous, the respectable and the hidden on your two-hour walk.
Date: Friday, July 19, 4 p.m.
10.00 EUR per person / 9.00 EUR reduced

KL intensive
The tour begins with a guided tour of the Palatine Hall of the former Renaissance palace and a visit to the underground corridors. The tour continues on foot with a short walk through the city center.
Date: Saturday, July 20, 10.30 a.m.
10.00 EUR per person / 9.00 EUR reduced

KL for little people – guided tour for children
Why is there a fish in the city coat of arms? And what are the elephants actually doing
elephants on the Kaiserbrunnen? The children’s tour “KL for little people” offers child-friendly answers to these questions, for children aged 7 to 10.
Date: Wednesday, July 24, 2 p.m.
6.00 EUR per person / 5.00 EUR reduced

Culinary on the road in Kaiserslautern – NEW –
In the Palatinate there is not only “Worscht, Weck unn Woi”. The variety of cuisine in the West Palatinate in particular is also influenced by the French, Americans and Bavarians. During a culinary tour, you will have the opportunity to taste “Lautr” history, peppered with a few details about eating habits from the Middle Ages to the present day. We don’t stop for a bite to eat, but follow the history behind us. Small snacks await you at various locations.
Date: Friday, July 26, 4.30 p.m.
25.00 EUR per person

500 meters of city history
From the Kaiserbrunnen to the pedestrian zone – in the footsteps of emperors, kings and noblemen. Of course, citizens, peasants and beggars will not be ignored. The meeting point is at the Kaiserbrunnen.
Date: Saturday, July 27, 10.30 a.m.
7.00 EUR per person / 6.00 EUR reduced

Hidden traces of Lautr’s brewery history
Here you can learn and experience all kinds of stories about the breweries of Kaiserslautern. A tasting is included. Sturdy shoes and a good flashlight are required. The tours are at your own risk. Participants release the City of Kaiserslautern and its tour guides and cooperation partners from any liability.
Date: Tuesday, July 30, 5 p.m.
15.00 EUR per person


Fruchthalle Kaiserslautern

Tickets for concerts at the Fruchthalle Kaiserslautern are available from:

Tickets – 19.00 euros (reduced 13.00 euros) for all seats are only available in advance at the Tourist Information Office, Fruchthallstraße 14, Tel. (0631) 365-2316 or at the box office. The ticket entitles the holder to a return journey on the day of the event until 3:00 a.m. the following day on all public transport (with DB: RE, RB and S-Bahn, in the Rhine-Neckar transport network (VRN), 2nd class).


Wochenmarkt Kaiserslautern

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Welcome to the Kaiserslautern weekly market – Every Tuesday and Saturday on Stiftsplatz and on Thursdays in the Königstraße

From 07:00 to 13:30 you will find everything your heart desires. Fresh food from fruit, cheese, vegetables and sausages to fish and baked goods as well as flowers and plants. Or simply have a nice chat about the weather, world events and the football.

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Wadgasserhof

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Inviting Beer Garden at the Wadgasserhof

In the summer months the inner courtyard of the Wadgasserhof with its beer garden invites visitors to linger in its historical ambience.

Sitting under the old chestnut tree, enjoy drinks and food from the neighboring Vietnamese restaurant Pho Viet. Opening hours: Tuesday through Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.; Monday is a day off.

The exhibitions in the Wadgasserhof and the Theodor Zink Museum can be visited during the opening hours of the City Museum. These are Wednesday to Friday from 10:00 to 17:00 and Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 to 18:00. Admission to special exhibitions is 5.00 euros, reduced 2.50 euros, the visit to the permanent exhibition is free.

Wadgasserhof, Steinstrasse 55, 67653 Kaiserslautern
Tel: 0631 365-2326


Pfalzgalerie

Photo: © Stadt Kaiserslautern

Pfalzgalerie, Museumsplatz 1, 67657 Kaiserslautern
Tel.: 0631 3647201
Tuesday: 11:00 – 20:00, Wednesday – Sunday: 10:00 – 17:00, Closed Mondays

The Museum Palatine Gallery in Kaiserslautern was founded in 1874 as a museum of Trades and Crafts. The museum building was constructed from 1875 to  1880. Today, its main focus is on painting and sculpture from the 19th to 21st centuries.

The permanent collection includes: our friends. Abstract American Art from a Private French Collection


Theodor Zink Museum

Photo: © Stadt Kaiserslautern

Theodor Zink Museum, Steinstr. 48, 67657 Kaiserslautern
Tel. 0631 365-2327
www.theodor-zink-museum.de
Tuesday to Friday: 9 am to 5 pm;
Saturday and Sunday: 10 am to 6 pm;
Closed Monday
Guided tours by telephone arrangement

Permanent Exhibition: Kaiserslautern – Time Pictures from Ten Millennia

Times of Opening: Wednesday to Friday 10am to 5pm, Saturday and Sunday 11am to 6pm, Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

Documentation – Stations of a Municipal Museum
From the History of the Theodor Zink MuseuEmmerich Smola School of Music and Music Academy


Kaiserslautern Zoo

The Kaiserslautern Zoo is a popular destination located in Siegelbach in the northwestern outskirts of the city’s suburbs: an oasis of tranquility where you discover nature, and learn interesting details about the kingdom of animals.

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Zoo Kaiserslautern


KAMMGARN Kaiserslautern

The Kammgarn is one of the top venues in Germany and for years has been an internationally respected, first-call concert hall for pop, rock, hip-hop, rap, indie, jazz, blues, comedy, cabaret, punk, goth, infotainment and more.


“The SNUG” Irish Pub

Kaiserslautern’s funnest place to be

Opened in August 2013 in the location of former Irish Pub, Thursty Nellys, it has been totally transformed by new manger, Lisa Muehlberger.


K1 HIGH ROPES Course Fröhnerhof

The attraction in the Palatinate forest

Climbing Fun – Up the trees

A wonderful piece of nature, healthy trees, a few loads of building wood, many meters of steel and the enthusiasm you bring along – discover for yourself the purest joy of climbing! The courses consist of exercises which make the way from one platform to the next a genuine adventure, with obstacles made from cables, swings, rope bridges and wooden bridges.

K1 – THE IDEAL DESTINATION FOR; Family tours, School trips, Team-Events , Club and company excursions , Birthday parties, … and of course also for you!

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