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At a glance

Initially, these neighbourhood fairs started off as religious festivals celebrating a patron saint or the anniversary of the consecration of the local church. Over time, they turned into funfairs with bumper cars, carousels, food stands and games booths for visitors of all ages. They are a proud part of the nation's traditions and cultural heritage.

What's more, they provide a fun and welcoming setting for people to get together and socialise. The neighbourhood fairs are an opportunity for people of all ages, long-time residents and new arrivals to meet, talk and interact with one another.

To keep this piece of local heritage alive, the City would like to support and revitalise these neighbourhood fairs by teaming up with local associations and clubs, as unfortunately only Sunday fairs are now held in certain districts. However, once a year, some neighbourhood squares turn into mini carnivals, complete with bright lights, the smell of cotton candy and fried foods, and the sound of children squealing with joy from the various rides.

Dates, times and location

Zéissenger Kiermes

Dates

6 to 10 May 2022.

Times

14:00–20:00

Location

The Zéissenger Kiermes is held on Place de Roedgen.

Mäereler Kiermes

Dates

26 to 31 May 2022.

Times

14:00–20:00

Location

The Mäereler Kiermes is held on Place Thorn.

Gasperécher Kiermes

Dates

10 to 14 June 2022.

Times

14:00–20:00

Location

The Gasperécher Kiermes is held on Place Bei der Auer.

Garer Kiermes

Dates

17 June to 3 July 2022.

Times

14:00–20:00

Location

The Garer Kiermes is held on Place de Paris.

Bouneweger Kiermes

Dates

7 to 12 July 2022.

Times

14:00–20:00

Locations

The Bouneweger Kiermes will be held on Place Léon XIIIand Place Jeanne D'Arc.

Contact details

Petit Passage

9, rue Chimay
L-2090 Luxembourg

Opening hours

Monday–Friday

8:00–12:00 and 13:30–17:00