The meteorological autumn started on September 1, and the weather quickly turned. I’m ready for lazy days in cafes, trips to galleries and evenings indoors away from the rain, and Munich’s culture program is staaaarting to pick up after the summer break:
The Streetlife Festival is taking place over the weekend, with bands, artists and sustainable produce. Head to Leopold- and Ludwigstraße from 4pm on the Saturday and 11am on the Sunday. It’s a family-oriented event, and there’s plenty to keep you busy all day long, with 300,000 visitors expected.
The Flowerstreet Festival‘s taking place in Hansa39 (Feierwerk) on Saturday. The evening will feature nine bands on the Munich indie label, including Elektrik Kezy Mezy, Chinese Silk and Videotape and Freising’s Monday Tramps. To fit in a line-up of nine bands, the festival starts at 5pm and entrance costs a very reasonable 15 €.
Verena Marisa’s CLÆNG will perform at Milla on Sunday evening, so if you’re after an evening of experimental music, the show starts at 9pm. Entrance costs 11 €.