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Summertime = festival time

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The StuStaCulum in the Studentenstadt (Photo: Christoph Schaffer, Wikicommons)

This is also true for Munich. And even though this city normally isn’t one of the cheapest, music and culture don’t necessarily have to be expensive. A good example for this are the student festivals within the Triple Live Summer*.

29 May – 1 June 2013: StuStaCulum (Studentenstadt, München-Freimann)

The StuStaCulum* has been organized for the first time in 1988 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Studentenstadt*, Germany’s largest students residence area. Now it’s time to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the festival itself – with a great program, of course: 5 stages offer room for cabaret, music groups, djs, workshops, dance shows, contests and childrens entertainment. And all this for only 5 Euros.

17 – 21 June 2013: GARNIX (Garching near München)

During the GARNIX*  newcomers and better known bands will perform at the campus Garching of the TU München. On some evenings there will also be an open air cinema, showing movies of the TU-Film* series.

TUNIX

The TUNIX at the Königsplatz – Partying next to the Glyptothek

1 – 5 July 2013: TUNIX (Königsplatz)

More in the centre of Munich, the TUNIX* will occupy the Königsplatz at the beginning of July. Is there a nicer place to listen to concerts than next to the Glyptothek? The musical offer ranges from Funk, Rockabilly and Ska to Pop/Rock and Metal.

5 July 2013: Uni-Sommerfest (LMU main building)

On 5 July there exists competition from the own rangs: the Uni-Sommerfest* of the Ludwig-Maximilian University. A great possibility to discover the impressive (and historic) main building from the inside.

Now we only have to hope for good weather. Keep your fingers crossed!

*All links to German web sites

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