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This Week in Würzburg, 12.09.-18.09.

Veröffentlicht von Rapha am Sep 12 2016

MONDAY 12.09.

Babelfish Grill Night
@ Babelfish Hostel; 8pm
At the Babelfish, Mondays are for BBQ! Join the hostel staff and other guest at 8pm on our rooftop terrace for some delicious Franconian Bratwurst - or just to get some drinks at our bar - and enjoy the evening hanging out with other travelers.

Wunschlos Jazzing (jazz jam)
@ Wunschlos Glücklich; 8pm
Join the Jazzinitiative Würzburg for their Monday jazz jam session at Café Wunschlos Glücklich – everybody is welcome, with or without an instrument :)

·         TUESDAY 13.09.

Babelfish City Tour
@ Babelfish Hostel; 5pm
Tour the city with Katie!
Meet in front of the hostel at 5pm, where we will start our free City Tour. Enjoy walking to some of the historic sites of Würzburg and get to know the City from a local’s point of view.

·         WEDNESDAY 14.09.

Babelfish Games Night
@ Babelfish Hostel; 7:30pm
Win or Lose, come have fun playing games with Jenny and fellow travelers! Meet in the Hostel Lounge at 7:30pm for a fun evening of card and/or board games.

·         THURSDAY 15.09.

Babelfish Beer Tasting
@ Babelfish Hostel; 8pm
Join Schmu and fellow travelers at 8pm for a fun Beer Tasting evening at our bar. Sample the various local beers we sell, and get to know a little something about Franconian drinking culture.

·         STADTFEST WÜRZBURG FRIDAY 16.09. & SATURDAY 17.09. (city festival)

This Friday and Saturday, the 28th Würzburg City Festival
is taking place under the slogan “Bühnenshows und Einkaufsspaß!” (Live shows and shopping fun). If you’re in the mood for some shopping you’ll get your money’s worth - literally and figuratively - with numerous special offers and promotions offered all over town, but what’s far more important is the “live shows” part: The festival is turning “downtown into a single open-air stage with more than 200 hours of live music and show program”. You can flip through the festival program here (page 25 contains an overview/city map of all stages) or check out their list of Facebook Events here. Also, here’s a short list of our personal faves/suggestions:

Duncan Woods (4-6pm @ Sparkassen-Bühne (#10))
Markus Rill & The Troublemakers (6:15-8pm @ Felicia-Bühne (#13))
Puente Latino
(6:30-10pm @ Posthallen-Bühne (#17))
The Blueballs (7-10pm @ Sternbäck-Bühne (#14))

Sara TeaMusician (11:45am-1:30pm @ Bühne der Kulturtafel (#12))
Mellow Mark (5-6:30pm @ Sternla Stage (#11))
Naked SuperHero (5:30-7pm @ FRIZZ / WVV Bühne (#3))
Soul Connection (6:30-10:30pm @ Sternla Stage (#11))
Monkey Business (7:30-10:30pm @ Main-Post-Bühne (#1))

·         FRIDAY 16.09.

Wunderblock (exhibition, vernissage)
@ BBK Galerie / Kulturspeicher; 7pm
The BBK Gallery is back from their summer break, starting the new season with an exhibition by local artist Gerda Enk.

·         SATURDAY 17.09.

Würzburger Tastensspiel (organ concert)
@ Augustinerkirche; 10:30am
Up until September 24th, organists from Würzburg and other cities are playing short concerts at the Augustinerkirche every week. It’s free, so why not give it a shot? Also, you can combine your visit with a little bit of sightseeing – a free tour of the church is offered afterwards.

Phantom Winter "Sundown Pleasures" Release Party + Thurm
@ Jugendkulturhaus CAIRO; 9pm; 10 EUR
Phantom Winter’s new record?  A “10-ton slowcore juggernaut loaded with Helmet groove, a Godflesh balance of melody and heaviness, Black Metal screams straight from Norway and a production that Kurt Ballou would be proud of.”

exit:maschinenhaus w/ Matthias Tanzmann (clubbing/Electro)
@ Maschinenhaus Bürgerbräu-Areal; 11pm; 12 EUR
The lineup for exit:maschinenhaus – one of the latest additions to Würzburg’s nightlife – will make the hearts of Electro fans beat a little faster: MATTHIAS TANZMANN, DOMENIC D’AGNELLI
, and MANI THERANI! Since tickets seem to be selling quickly lately, we recommend getting one online in advance.

·         SUNDAY 18.09.

Impressionismus Schwarz / Weiß (exhibition opening)
@ Museum im Kulturspeicher; 6:30pm
Is there such a thing as black and white in Impressionism? Usually, that period of art is associated with bright colors and vibrant paintings. Did you know though, that almost all prominent Impressionist painters have created work (mostly prints) in black and white? The Museum im Kulturspeicher shows a representative selection of the most outstanding works of internationally renowned artists such as Auguste Renoir, Edgar Degas, Edouard Manet, Paul Cézanne, Camille Pissarro and James McNeill Whistler, as well as works by German artists like Max Slevogt, Lovis Corinth, Max Liebermann, and Ludwig von Gleichen-Russwurm. The exhibition is running ‘til November (18.09.-20.11.2016).

Babelfish Jenga Night

@ Babelfish Hostel; 7:30pm
Jenga – the XXL version! Meet at our lounge or rooftop terrace for a fun evening of games and hanging out.


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