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Personal service on site Tourist Information at the Main Station April – October Monday – Saturday 9:00 am – 7:00 pm, Sunday and public holidays 10:00 am – 6:00 pm November – March Monday – Saturday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, Closed on Sundays and public holidays Tourist Information at the Neckarmünzplatz April – October Monday – Saturday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm, Sunday and public holidays 10:00 am – 5:00 pm November – March Monday – Saturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm, Closed on Sundays and public holidays Tourist Information in the Rathaus (Town Hall) April – October Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays November – March Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays

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Pulsating culture in Heidelberg Culture is the heartbeat of our city. A vast offer of concerts, theater, dance, cabaret and exhibitions brings Heidelberg to life and fascinates visitors as well as residents. In this brochure, we will present some highlights of the Heidelberg Events 2020 to you. Let the three legendary Schlossbeleuchtung (Castle Illumination) events take your breath away and let the internationally renowned music festivals “Heidelberger Frühling” (Heidelberg Spring) and “Enjoy Jazz” render you speechless. You will barely believe your eyes when watching the special exhibitions. Let the Schlossfestspiele (Castle Festival) mesmerize you. Even our Heidelberger Herbst (Heidelberg Autumn) in 2020 will make your heart beat faster: The famous city festival is offering a very special program with stages, stands and entertainment throughout the Old Town. These and many other events are waiting for you here in Heidelberg in 2020. Discover your personal highlight – in this flyer or under www.heidelberg-marketing.com

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September 20, 2019 – May 10, 2020 Special exhibition in the Friedrich Ebert Memorial “Demokratie als Lebensform. Eine Wanderausstellung zu Theodor Heuss und Elly Heuss-Knapp”. Theodor Heuss was elected the first Federal President in 1949. He had previously helped to shape the German Constitution and, as a liberal journalist and politician, championed democracy in Germany. The special exhibition “Democracy as a way of life. A traveling exhibition on Theodor Heuss and Elly Heuss-Knapp” in the Friedrich Ebert Memorial follows the first German Federal President and his wife through five epochs of German history. Numerous objects and playful elements help discover two people who were guided by the de­ mocratic and liberal ideas of their time and who, in accordance with these ideas, actively contributed to the shaping of Germany. Admission is free.

Visitors to the special exhibition in the Friedrich Ebert Memorial Photo Jan A. Pfeifer


January 2 – 11, 2020 Heidelberger Klavierwoche (Heidelberg Piano Week) The Deutsch-Amerikanisches Institut (DAI, German-American Institute) hosts the annual Heidelberger Klavierwoche (Heidelberg Piano Week) in cooperation with the “Jahrhundertwende-Gesellschaft”. Renowned pianists and prestigious young talents perform as guests here. The Heidelberger Klavierwoche is a constant in the classical music scene, now for the 32nd time. For the opening, the Italian pianist Sofia Proietti will perform. www.dai-heidelberg.de

Photo Signe Mähler

January 22 – February 1, 2020 Carambolage: the Cabaret and Comedy Festival Smart entertainment between cabaret and comedy is at the focus of this festival in the Kulturhaus Karls­ torbahnhof. This time featuring, among others, puppeteer and author René Marik, music cabaret artist Uta Köbernick and jubilarian Bodo Bach. www.karlstorbahnhof.de

January 22 – February 2, 2020 The 34th Film days of the Mediterranean For a period of ten days, movies and documentaries from the Mediterranean that were made in the last few years will be shown – the Karlstor­kino and the Montpellier-­ Haus thus provide deep insights into the cultures surrounding this mythical space. This year, the movies come from Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Serbia, Greece, Romania, Georgia, Turkey, Syria, Israel, Palestine, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco (all originals with German or English subtitles). www.filmtage-mittelmeer.de

January 23 – 26, 2020 Streichquartettfest (String Quartet Festival) 17 concerts, workshops and a competition for young quartets around the “Royal discipline of chamber music” await the visitors. The motto in the Beethoven anniversary year is “Contemporaries” and juxtaposes Beethoven's works with works by composers of his and our time. www.streichquartettfest.de

Bodo Bach will present his anniversary program “Das Guteste aus 20 Jahren“ (The goodest of 20 years) on January 25. Photo Robert Maschke

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Photo Les films Velvet

Signum Quartett Photo Irene Zandel

February 1 – 8, 2020 Theater festival ¡Adelante! Once again, ¡Adelante! will feature extraordinary guest performances from Latin America and Spain, whose empowerment strategies reflect the cultural struggles (for survival) within the respective societies on the most diverse levels. The centerpiece of the second edition of ¡Adelante! will be the multinational cooperation project “La flauta mágica / The Magic Flute”. For the staging by Antú Romero Nunes, actors and musicians from Heidelberg, Chile, Mexico, Uruguay and Italy will be co-performing. As an international festival initiated by a municipal theatre, ¡Adelante! is a living pilot project to rise the curtains on Germany's theatre system. www.theaterheidelberg.de

Photo Tobias Schwerdt

La flauta mágica / The Magic Flute Photo Susanne Reichardt

February 29 – April 26, 2020 Biennale for Contemporary Photo­ graphy – “The Lives and Loves of Images” The photo event of the year: The Biennale for Contemporary Photo­ graphy has received international acclaim. In 2020, British photo expert and curator David Campany selected famous and new talents. Four exhibition houses in the metropolitan region are participating. The Heidelberger Kunstverein (Heidelberg Art Society) presents works by international stars such as Thomas Ruff, Sebastian Riemer or Clare Strand.

Sebastian Riemer, Bird Cage, from the series Press Paintings, 2017, carbon print, 101 x 130 cm Photo VG Bild-Kunst 2019, Courtesy Galerie Dix9 – Hélène Lacharmoise Paris


March 21 – April 24, 2020 Heidelberger Frühling The festival “is part of the first league of festivals for classical music” (ZEIT), presenting great soloists, ensembles and orchestras and the best young artists in far more than 100 events. As the Stadt­halle (City Hall) cannot be played due to the renovation, the “Heidelberger Frühling” 2020 will move into the city and establish a festival campus in the Old Town. The festival center, an orangery building on the centrally located University Square, will take center stage. As manager of the chamber music academy, Pianist Igor Levit can be met at the chamber music festival “Standpunkte” (standpoints). In addition to Thomas Hampson’s Lied Akademie (Song Academy), there will be a four-day song festival called “Neuland.Lied” (New Territory Song). Other guests include Sol Gabetta, Philippe Jaroussky, Grigory Sokolov and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra. www.heidelberger-fruehling.de

Sol Gabetta Photo Julia Wesely

March 25 – July 12, 2020 Hercules – Immortal Hero Hercules, son of Zeus and the mortal Alkmene, remains an ambivalent hero to this day. His power is as proverbial as his lack of self-control. An object of religious veneration in ancient times, he was considered a powerful champion of good in the Middle Ages and early Modern Era. In Heidelberg he stands as a symbol for the Prince Elector. The Kur­ pfälzisches Museum (Palatinate Museum) Heidelberg is now dedicating a large special exhibition to him in 2020 with spectacular loans from Basel, Rome, Naples and Turin.

Photo Kurpfälzisches Museum of the City of Heidelberg


March 25 – August 16, 2020 Fragile Treasures of the Prinzhorn Collection In addition to the museum's newly established permanent exhibition, several drawings, oil paintings, books, textiles and collages from the unique holdings of the Prinzhorn Collection will be on display. These extraordinary works established the collection's worldwide fame. Their increasingly fragile condition prohibits the permanent presentation and loan to other museums. Now, these fragile treasures are united on this one-time exhibition. Please note: The Prinzhorn Collection is closed until mid-March 2020 due to reconstruction measures. https://prinzhorn.ukl-hd.de

August Natterer, Hexenkopf, (Witch’s head) approx. before 1920 Photo Prinzhorn Collection, Universitätsklinikum (University Hospital)Heidelberg

April 24 – 27, 2020 4th Gourmet & Wine Festival In the springlike castle, celebrity chefs and top winemakers gather again for the yearly “Treat Summit”. This year's motto: “Kitchen heroes and cooking legends from Austria, Germany and the region.” Celebrity chef Sascha Stemberg is the star of the kick-off kitchen party “Bergisches Land meets Baden cuisine”. Cooking legend Harald Wohlfahrt and Martin Scharff co-create a 6-course gourmet menu, and Austria's great chef Richard Rauch serves “Nose to Tail” specialties. A cheerful conclusion is the kitchen party “The Finale: The best of Heidelberg and the region” with regional top chefs and the Weiße Burgunder Charta (White Burgundy Charter).

Picture Heidelberg Castle Gastronomy


April 24 – May 3, 2020 Heidelberger Stückemarkt – the theater festival On 10 days in spring, the Heidelberger Stückemarkt (Heidelberg Play Week) will be presenting the avantgarde of theatre since 1984: New plays will be read and outstanding premieres from the German-speaking world are invited for guest performances. This fosters social debate and reflects the aesthetic tendencies of our theatrical landscape. In 2020, the host country will be Lithuania. This theater country is still largely unknown in Germany, although its lively, innovative scene surely attracts attention. www.theaterheidelberg.de

Picture Heidelberg Play Week

May 1 – 31, 2020 Queer Festival Heidelberg Germany's largest queer festival invites you to celebrate and experience queer culture for one month. Concerts, movies, performances, exhibitions, talks and much more focus on sexual and gender diversity, discrimination and gender equality.

ESC star Conchita Wurst aka WURST will be performing as Queer Festival pre-show at the Karlstorbahnhof on February 11, 2020. Photo Niklas von Schwarzdorn


May 6 – July 12, 2020 “Long have I loved you …” The life and work of Friedrich Hölderlin are closely connected to Heidelberg. Starting with his famous “Ode to Heidelberg”, which is in the possession of the museum, and supplemented by valuable loans from private collections, the presentation ranges to the 20th century.

Photo Kurpfälzisches Museum of the City of Heidelberg


May 15 – June 19, 2020 Exhibition: Nadira Husain Nadira Husain is the winner of the WERK.STOFF Prize for Painting by the Andreas Felger Culture Foundation and the Heidelberger Kunstverein. In her paintings on canvas, paper and textiles, historical Indian pictorial traditions are interwoven with contemporary imagery. The colorful large-sized works, which are on display in the rooms of the Heidelberg Kunstverein, borrow patterns and figurative elements and rely on an all-over principle that overrules past pictorial hierarchies. www.hdkv.de

Nadira Husain, Performative Body – Embodied Performances, Hibiscus, 2018 Photo Courtesy Nadira Husain

May 19 – September 14, 2020 “Europa, der Krieg und ich – 100 Jahre Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e. V.” The special exhibition “Europa, der Krieg und ich – 100 Jahre Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e. V.” (Europa, the war and I – 100 years of Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e. V.) in the Friedrich Ebert Memorial shows the development of the Kriegsgräberfürsorge (German War Graves Commission) and the importance of commemorative culture. The exhibition covers a far range of time, from the beginning of the Kriegsgräberfürsoge in Europe’s late 19th century, through the concrete tasks that arose from the carnage of the two world wars, to the “reconciliation above graves” and today's first approaches to European co-remembrance. Admission is free.

“Vergiss die treuen Toten nicht...” (Do not forget the faithful dead) – A glance into the exhibition. Photo Volksbund Deutsche Kriegsgräberfürsorge e. V.


June – July 2020 ARTORT – Summertime In the 32nd year of its existence, the festival for art in public space once again celebrates the dance of the metropolitan region. As pioneers of free contemporary dance, the founders of the UnterwegsTheater (On The Road Theater), choreographer Jai Gonzales and artist Bernhard Fauser guarantee an enthusiastic audience with many projects and multidisciplinary festival concepts. After Earth /  Water/ Air, the curators and makers will focus on the themes of Home /  Love / Story(ies) in the next year. ARTORT is an art experience for the whole family.     


Airport in the Pfaffengrund Photo Dr. Günter Krämmer

June 6, July 11 & September 5, 2020 Heidelberger Schlossbeleuchtungen mit Feuerwerk (Castle Illumination with Fireworks) Bengal fires bathe the Castle in red fire's light before the fascinating fireworks from the Alte Brücke (Old Bridge) make the Neckar sparkle.

Photo Tobias Schwerdt


June 14 – August 2, 2020 Heidelberger Schlossfestspiele Amidst the mountains it towers: Heidelberg Castle, one of the most beautiful sights in Germany. As a popular tourist attraction, it also stages the Heidelberg Schlossfestspiele (Castle Festival), organized by the Theater and Orchestra Heidelberg. Every summer, the ancient walls are filled with musical sounds and famous works from the whole world of theatre, sometimes tragic, sometimes funny and always featuring new highlights. Besides the horror classic “Dracula”, “Im weissen Rössl” (The White Horse Inn) seems as if it was made for the castle courtyard. “Die Verzauberten Brüder” (The Bewitched Brothers) await younger audiences in the Englischer Bau (English Building), and the Philharmonic Orchestra plays its traditional castle concerts.

Raphael Gehrmann as Dracula and Lisa Förster as Lucy Photo Sebastian Bühler


June 21, 2020 Campaign day “Living Neckar” Here, visitors will find a diverse stage program with show, dance and musical performances, along with colorful interactive and information offers for both the young and the old. www.lebendigerneckar.de

Photo Tobias Schwerdt

June 26, 2020 NCT-RUNning against cancer This event does not only take a stand against cancer, but sets an example for health and the community in general. Everybody is allowed to participate, everybody can help, no matter if slow or fast, alone or in a team with colleagues, family and friends. Record times or performances do not matter on the circuit. Last year, more than 5,500 runners entered the half marathon, the 10-kilometer run and the NCT lap race.

Photo NCT-Heidelberg


July 3 – 17, 2020 METROPOLINK Since 2015, the Heidelberg street art festival METROPOLINK has been changing the city's image. By now, curator Pascal Baumgärtner has brought more than 50 renowned artists from all over the world to the city, including stars of the scene such as Bordalo II, Hendrik Beikirch, Sam3 and Herakut. House fronts are transformed into works of art. The festival, under the patronage of Heidelberg's Lord Mayor Prof. Dr. Eckart Würzner, is tightly connected with the city's development. METROPOLINK understands artistic interventions in public space as a possibility to win it back for the community. Public exchange is not only possible, but desired, and the visual context is meant to ease the bridging of cultural gaps. www.metropolink-festival.de

Photo Steffen Schmid

July 10 – 11, 2020 26th ADAC Heidelberg Historic In Sinsheim, the 26th ADAC Heidelberg Historic starts. Equipped with a stopwatch and a good amount of finesse, the tour takes you on a tour through the region for two days. Two rally days with memorable impressions for participants and spectators. The organization team of the ADAC Nordbaden e. V. has prepared two stages of about 260 kilometers each and probably 18 special stages, which will lead the participants on about 180 vintage cars through the Kraichgau, Black Forest and the Kurpfalz, and on the second day through the Bauland, Madonnenland and Zabergäu. Start and finish is at the Technik Museum (Technology Museum) Sinsheim. As per tradition, the rally break is set in front of the Town Hall on Friday.

Photo Luca Siermann


July 26, 2020 HeidelbergMan Triathlon Every year, professional triathletes, age group athletes and relay participants enter one of the toughest and most attractive short distance triathlons in Germany. Last year, Ironman World Champion Sebastian Kienle participated as well. He had to admit defeat to local hero Maximilian Saßerath. And this is exactly what makes triathlon and Heidelberg so appealing: a tough route and a great starting field. On Sunday, July 26, 2020, at 9.30 am, the starting signal for the 28th HeidelbergMan will be given. And maybe there will be another world-class triathlete among the 1,200 participants. www.heidelbergman.de

Swimming, cycling and running through the city: The HeidelbergMan is a tough challenge for the athletes. Photo HeidelbergMan / Marc Wiegelmann

September 14, 2020 – January 17, 2021 “Willy Brandt. Freedom Fighter, Chancellor for Peace, Bridge Builder” As a social democrat, opponent of the Nazi regime, governing mayor of Berlin, German Chancellor, Nobel Prize winner or world politician: Willy Brandt always stood up for freedom, peace, democracy and justice. By reforming state and society and establishing a new political style, he made a decisive contribution to the modernization of the Federal Republic of Germany. The focus of the special exhibition “Willy Brandt. Freedom Fighter, Chancellor for Peace, Bridge Builder” in the Friedrich Ebert Memorial will be on Willy Brandt's biography as well as his values and goals. Admission is free.

Poster of the exhibition “Willy Brandt. Freedom Fighter, Chancellor for Peace, Bridge Builder” Picture Bundeskanzler-WillyBrandt-Stiftung


September 26 – 27, 2020 Old Town Festival Heidelberger Herbst (Heidelberg Autumn) Live music, arts and crafts market, flea market, renaissance fair, culture and regional specialties – Heidelberg's largest festival turns the historical Old Town into a colorful party and entertainment area. www.heidelberg-marketing.com

Photo Tobias Schwerdt

Photo Tobias Schwerdt

October – November, 2020 Exhibition: Ian Kiaer With fine drawings, colorful paintings and airy sculptures, the Briton Ian Kiaer creates poetic set-ups. He successfully enchants through high artistic sensitivity and at the same time alludes to diverse references from intellectual history. Seasoned with a touch of British humor, the internationally renowned artist plays on the various room levels of the Heidelberg Kunstverein. www.hdkv.de

October 1 – 4, 2020 Kleine Helden | KinderTheaterFestival (Children's Theater Festival) The Kulturfenster invites you to the 24th edition of the “Kleine Helden” (Little Heroes) festival. In the circus tent on the Neckarwiese (banks of the Neckar), theatre groups from all over Germany present their current productions. The festival is accompanied by a fairytale tent, the Spielmobil (playbus) and lots of games.

Ian Kiaer, Endnote Tooth, Blue, 2018, plexiglass, acrylic, varnish, paper and pencil, 102.5 x 64.5 cm Photo Ian Kiaer

The festival has a lot to offer – not only for the little ones. Photo Tobias Schwerdt


October 2 – November 14, 2020 22nd Enjoy Jazz Festival “Enjoy Jazz” welcomes artists of all nationalities on the stages of the festival cities Heidelberg, Mannheim and Ludwigshafen for the 16th time. As always, the program will consist of jazz and more. Enjoy Jazz once again hosts outstanding musicians for almost seven weeks, fathoming the musical borders of jazz and various other genres. www.enjoyjazz.de

Archie Shepp Photo Christian Gaier

October 9 – 18, 2020 French Week Every year, Heidelberg hosts the French Week with about 50 events related to German-French culture in almost all cultural subjects. The French Week provides a platform for private and public actors and organizers offering cultural contributions on the theme of France. It is an example of how German-­ French friendship is acted on in Heidelberg and the surrounding area. The Deutsch-Französischer Kultur­ kreis e. V. also organizes readings, lectures, a literary café and cultural trips to France.

The Events aim to promote the German-French dialogue in the areas of culture, science, economy and society. Photo Deutsch-Französischer Kulturkreis e. V.


October 18, 2020 – February 7, 2021 Friedrich Dürrenmatt – Caricatures Dürrenmatt's humor runs like a red thread through his written and pictorial work. Outside his legendary literary work, Dürrenmatt was an enthusiastic graphic artist and painter throughout his whole life. Among his graphic work, caricatures form the largest thematic group. Not only did he prefer this genre; he especially enjoyed the speed and spontaneity that this art type allowed him. The KMH will showcase 100 exhibits from the Centre Dürrenmatt Neuchâtel and from private collections, which present this unknown side of the great writer. www.museum.heidelberg.de

Dürrenmatt's caricatures are drawn aphorisms. Photo Kurpfälzisches Museum of the City of Heidelberg

October 28 – November 8, 2020 Heidelberger Theatertage The HEIDELBERGER THEATERTAGE (Heidelberg Theater Days) were founded almost 25 years ago as a regional festival in Heidelberg. Nowadays it is a festival enjoying an outstanding reputation throughout the German-speaking world. A major objective is the exchange and networking between the various theater makers. By awarding the renowned “Heidelberg Theatre Prize” to the best productions of the year, the festival promotes outstanding talents in the independent theater scene.

Cie. Freaks und Fremde – DER BAU (Freaks and Strangers – The Burrow) Photo André Wirsig


November 2020 – January 2021 WinterVarieté Heidelberg Memorable moments filled with passion, fascination and enthusiasm! When you can enjoy an evening to inspire all your senses – when the lovingly staged winter scenery around the exclusive and spectacular show arena arouses your curiosity – when you feel the welcoming atmosphere and have a clear view of breathtaking acrobatics and seductive dance choreography in a dreamlike setting – when you get to laugh heartily at classy comedy – when music both reaches and touches you – when the palate is enchanted by culinary delights, you can be certain: You have arrived and are welcome in the unique WinterVarieté at the Tiergartenbad in Heidelberg! www.winter-variete-heidelberg.de

Picture WinterVarieté Heidelberg

November 6 – December 12, 2020 denke.schön – the Cabaret Autumn 2020 Political cabaret is alive! And this is proven year after year by the Kulturfenster as the organizer of the festival. It is precisely at this time that we need new angles and points of view that help us to better recognize and understand what is happening, and what we can make fun of or what we should take a closer look at. Profoundness and humor. That's what cabaret is standing for. All in all, the festival presents about a dozen different programs on the intimate stage in the backyard theater of the Kulturfenster in Bergheim. Many prize winners of the German cabaret scene as well as several great and impressive new discoveries will be present: Till Reiners, Dagmar Schönleber, Nektarios Vlachopoulos, Lisa Christ, Christine Prayon, Fatih Çevikkollu, Jens Neutag and many others.

Christine Prayon Photo Elena Zaucke


November 15 – December 1, 2020 Prêt à écouter Festival “Prêt à écouter” is French and means “ready to listen”. In Heidelberg, the name will once again say it all. Some of the most exciting trend-setters of current pop culture take to the stage every autumn at the Prêt à écouter festival. Concerts and readings invite to discover and rediscover among all genres of advanced pop music and beyond the mainstream. www.karlstorbahnhof.de

In 2019 the festival excelled with a strong line-up of female and non-binary artists like Ilgen-Nur. Photo Constantin Timm

November 23 – December 22, 2020 Heidelberger Weihnachtsmarkt (Heidelberg Christmas Market) The Heidelberger Weihnachtsmarkt, embedded in the Baroque Old Town, with the world-renowned Castle shining above it, is one of the most beautiful Christmas markets in Germany. The festively decorated cottages make the former residential town shine on various squares in the historical Old Town, offering an atmospheric sea of lights in one of the longest pedestrian zones in Europe.

Photo Tobias Schwerdt


November 23, 2020 – January 10, 2021 Heidelberger Eisbahn (Heidelberg Ice Rink) Karlsplatz (Carl's Square) Skating fun under the starry sky can be found on the ice rink at the Karlsplatz, right below the picturesque Castle ruins. Gliding across the ice in front of this romantic backdrop is a particular wintery pleasure.

Photo Tobias Schwerdt


November 23, 2020 – January 1, 2021 Heidelberg Winterwäldchen (Winter Forest) A children's railway and the nativity scene are a popular meeting place for young visitors on the Kornmarkt (Grain Square), which is decorated with more than 100 fir trees. Adults can enjoy culinary delights in the pagoda tents with their sophisticated decorations, and enjoy the breathtaking view of the festively lit Castle. www.heidelberg-marketing.com

Photo Tobias Schwerdt

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Event-Highlights 2020 - english  

Culture is the heartbeat of our city. A vast offer of concerts, theater, dance, cabaret and exhibitions brings Heidelberg to life and fascin...

Event-Highlights 2020 - english  

Culture is the heartbeat of our city. A vast offer of concerts, theater, dance, cabaret and exhibitions brings Heidelberg to life and fascin...