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Eventhighlights in Braunlage

[Translate to Englisch:] Von B wie Bühnenshow bis W wie Walpurgis im Harz

The best events of the year

There are numerous events in the Harz Mountains. Here you will find event recommendations for Braunlage, Hohegeiß and Sankt Andreasberg. Whether music, art, sport or culture - we present the best and coolest events here.

 

 

 

 

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Walpurgis in Braunlage, Hohegeiß und Sankt Andreasberg

Traditionally, the northern and central European festival of Walpurgis is celebrated in the Harz Mountains every year in the night from 30 April to 1 May.


According to legend, on Walpurgis night the witches gather at the witches' dance ground to fly together on their brooms and other flying machines to their so-called Blocksberg (Brocken) to dance around the fire, celebrate and marry the devil. This is the only way they can gain the ability to perform magic.

Celebrate with us in the witches' cauldron and experience how witches and devils get up to mischief.

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cattle drive up the Wurmberg

In Braunlage, the cattle drive of the Harz mountain cattle takes place at the beginning of June from the "engagement meadow" behind the valley station of the Wurmberg cable car in the direction of Hexenritt. All guests are cordially invited to accompany the herd of cows on their march! There will be plenty of food and drink and numerous craft and culinary stalls will be presenting their regional offerings. The Almauftrieb will take place again in summer 2022. You will receive more detailed information here soon.

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Stankt Andreasberg town festival

The town festival is celebrated in Sankt Andreasberg at the beginning of July!


Musical entertainment is provided on two stages throughout the day and numerous culinary & craft stalls invite you to browse. For our younger guests there will be fun and games with lots of activities. The town festival will take place again in summer 2022. You will receive more detailed information here soon.

mountain village festival

Hohegeiß celebrates its mountain village festival in mid-July! Locals and guests can look forward to a colourful summer programme in the highest mountain village of Hohegeiß. Musical live entertainments with home sounds and rocking tunes ensure a party atmosphere. Of course, Hohegeiß's little guests will also be catered for. Whether it's a mobile sensory trail, colourful balloon sculptures to make or delicious baked bread to make yourself. The physical well-being is also catered for.


The Mountain Village Festival will take place again in summer 2022. You will receive more detailed information here soon.

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Midsummer Night's Dream

 

Dreamlike ambience

In August, the spa park Braunlage transforms into a place that invites you to dream and stroll.
First-class live music and a varied show program are offered on several stages at the Kurparksee. Light effects plunge the park into a fairy-telling ambience and culinary delicacies round off the high-quality offer.
 

Hits for Kids

Holiday programme

Every year in Braunlage and Sankt Andreasberg there is "Hits for Kids" during the summer holidays. There is a children's activity programme for big and small children.


From fun and games with the fire brigade to readings, puppet theatre and national park hikes. There is something for everyone here.

 

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Fairy Tale Week

The Fairy Tale Week is a very special highlight for all guests who visit the Harz Mountains in autumn. It takes place for the 13th time, this year from 18 to 24 October. During this time, interesting activities for small and adult children await.

Get to know the legendary mountain wilderness with the National Park Witch, theatre games such as "Little Red Riding Hood" with the Silberborn Theatre and much more.Go on a voyage of discovery around the themes of fairytales, myths and legends in Braunlage, Hohegeiß and Sankt Andreasberg and experience exciting adventures and lots of fun during the numerous activities in the first week of Lower Saxony's autumn holidays.

 

Honky Tonk Braunlage

The pub party

At the Honky Tonk®, various venues in Braunlage are linked to form a musical city event (clubs, bars, cafés, restaurants, pubs, etc.) Artists from a wide range of musical styles perform simultaneously on one evening. All types of popular live music are presented, from blues, jazz, rock'n'roll, salsa, reggae, ska, hip hop to swing, tango, coffee house music, folk, country and Schlager.

Honky Tonk® - And how does it work?

Visitors pay a one-off fee at the Honky Tonk® box office of their choice and receive an admission wristband. This is then clipped to the wrist and the visitor has free access to all participating venues and bands. The whole thing in one sentence: pay once - be there live everywhere!

New Year's Eve

Let the turn of the year end musically

Celebrate New Year's Eve in Braunlage, Hohegeiß and Sankt Andreasberg.

Indulge in a sumptuous buffet and dance into the new year to a live band.

You can find out more here soon.

 

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