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Fete de la Musique at Berlin Mauerpark on 21st June
Fete de la Musique at Berlin Mauerpark on 21st June visitBerlin, Foto: Dirk Mathesius

Open Air Events without the Price Tag

Theatre and concerts for free

What could be better than spending a fun summer evening outdoors, going to an amazing outdoor concert or watching a film? And what if it were free? Take a look at our tips for concerts and evenings of dance, all of which are free for you to enjoy outside in the open air.

Tips for Summer 2018

Fête de la Musique

Every year at the beginning of summer on June 21 Berlin celebrates the Fête de la Musique: On 100 stages amateur musicians and professional musicians will perform their music for free to the public at free concerts throughout Berlin on public streets, squares, and parks.

June 21, everywhere in Berlin

Staatsoper für alle

The Staatskapelle Berlin and conductor Daniel Barenboim will give a open-air concert on Bebelplatz for free.

Tip: Bring your picnic hamper for with you.

June 16, Bebelplatz / Unter den Linden

Summer Concerts in the Englischer Garten

The Teehaus im Englischen Garten (English Garden Tea House) is located right in the heart of Tiergarten. Here in this idyllic setting, you can enjoy a summer concert on the open air stage. All sorts of music are on offer, ranging from classical, jazz and folk to pop, hip hop and disco.

Tip: the concerts in the Englischer Garten are the perfect opportunity for a summer picnic.

Every Sunday from July 1 to September 2, at 4pm an 7pm at the Teehaus im Englischen Garten

Sommer im Park (Summer in the Park)

Free concerts are held in front of the Galerie im Körnerpark every Sunday. A broad mix of musical styles are on offer, all of which promise to put you in a good mood.

Dates to be announced, Every Sunday , Galerie im Körnerpark (weather permitting)

Dancing in Monbijoupark

Swing, tango, waltz and salsa: when the weather's nice, the dance floor at the beach bar in Monbijoupark is buzzing. Crowds come to dance under the open sky alongside the Spree River every night of the week, and on certain evenings you can even take a dance class (sometimes for a fee) before being set loose to try out your new dance steps.

Every day (weather permitting), Monbijoupark