Top Choice Karaoke in Prenzlauer Berg

Bearpit Karaoke

On most summer Sundays, Berlin’s best free entertainment kicks off around 3pm when Joe Hatchiban sets up his custom-made mobile karaoke unit in the Mauerpark’s amphitheatre. As many as 2000 people cram on to the sto…
Performing Arts in Hanover

Kulturzentrum Faust

Ska from Uruguay, Chinese new year festivals, disco, reggae, heavy-metal gigs, hip hop, multimedia installations, quiz evenings, book readings and film evenings – all this happens, and more, in this former factory c…
Top Choice Live Music in Bremen City

Lila Eule

A decade or more is a long time to be a hot tip, but this gem off Sielwall has pulled it off. A student crowd gathers here for parties and events, but it’s also a very alternative place to watch the Werder Bremen fo…
Top Choice Football in Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund

Dortmund’s famous and massively popular and succesful Bundesliga soccer team plays its home games at the legendary Westfalenstadion, now branded Signal Iduna Park. Guided tours of the 80,000-seat stadium, Germany's …
Top Choice Live Music in Dresden

Die Scheune

Generations of young folks have memories of the 'Barn', which started out as a mainstream GDR-era youth club before turning into an offbeat culture centre with almost daily concerts, cabaret, parties or performances…
Top Choice Jazz in Münster

Hot Jazz Club

The best reason to head out to the Hafen, this subterranean bar keeps it real with live music of all stripes, as long as it's jazz. Check the schedule in case it's an off night. There's usually live jazz Sunday afte…
Top Choice Theatre in Düsseldorf


Generations of kids and adults have been enthralled by the adorable marionettes that sing, dance and act their way through beautifully orchestrated operas and fairy tales at this venerable venue. Pure magic.
Classical Music in Potsdamer Platz & Tiergarten

Berliner Philharmonie

This world-famous concert hall has supreme acoustics and, thanks to Hans Scharoun’s terraced vineyard configuration, not a bad seat in the house. It’s the home turf of the Berliner Philharmoniker, who will be led by…
Opera in City West & Charlottenburg

Deutsche Oper Berlin

The German Opera was founded by local citizens in 1912 as a counterpoint to the royal opera (today’s Staatsoper) on Unter den Linden. The original building was destroyed in WWII and replaced in 1961 by an introverte…
Theatre in Kreuzberg & Neukölln

Hebbel am Ufer

Germany’s most avant-garde and trailblazing theatre comes with a mission to explore the changes in the social and political fabric of society, often by blurring the lines between theatre, dance and art. Performances…