What’s on – Apr 21 – 23
For all you fans of rap music! At Bar 59 (Industriestrasse 5, 6003 Luzern) German rapper Megaloh will be performing live this Friday night! With an unmistakable stage presence and sound Megaloh is a real live MC! For more info please click here.
Ticino comes to Luzern this weekend courtesy of the Swiss Transport Museum! On Saturday a special exhibition will be taking place in the Arena to present the cultural and culinary highlights of the southernmost Canton of Switzerland. There will be risotto cooking at the Grottino, market stalls, a pair of clowns from the Scuola Dimitri and the Pro Ticino choir – you’ll almost believe you are in the Italian region of Switzerland!
This event takes place from 10:00 – 18:00 and is hosted by ‘Tessin Tourismus’ more details can be found here.
Bourbaki Panorama will be hosting their next Children’s Tour: For Children as Told by Children – The History of the Bourbakis in Luzern. The tour is for kids aged 5 – 16 and entrance is CHF 5.- It will take place from 10:00 – 11:00 and is in German only. For more information please see their flyer.
Sunday is a day of last chances.
It is the last day to see and hold the chicks that have hatched over the Easter period in the Nature Museum. With over 60 chicklets being housed, it’s a great opportunity for kids and adults alike to learn more about these wonderful animals – who knows – there may even be one hatch on the day! The Museum is open from 10:00 – 17:00 and the entrance fee is CHF 8.- for adults and CHF 3.- for kids to see all current exhibitions. More information can be found here.
Sunday is also the last chance to see two different productions at the Luzerner Theatre.
At 13:30 is the production Dance 23: Children Of Olympus – a dance piece after the film classic ‘Les Enfants du Paradis’. Together with the Lucerne Symphony Orchestra, follow the main characters into the enchanting world of artists and bohemians.
In the evening, starting at 20:00, is the production ‘White Out – encounters at the end of the world’. The director, Alexander Giesche, goes on a journey to the ends of the world in this “visual poem” White Out. More information on these two events can be found here