48 Hours Neukölln
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The arts and culture festival takes place for the 25th time in 2023. Within 48 hours, about 300 cultural institutions and societies display the diversity of Neukölln's artistic potential.
© Elijah Obisesan
People from more than 160 nations and with different backgrounds, religions and world views live in the Neukölln district. This diversity can cause tensions but it also makes Neukölln an exciting part of the city to live in. To show the potential of this diversity, the 48 Hours Neukölln art festival was established in 1999.
48 Hours Neukölln: Everyone is welcome
With its decentralized, uncurated festival concept open to both professional artists and newcomers, 48 Stunden Neukölln has been a pioneer of a grassroots understanding of culture which is often invoked and much discussed at the moment. Artists, groups and organizations based in the district are invited to participate with performances, art events or exhibitions. Many of the festival events even allow visitors to participate and be creative themselves.
At a Glance
- 48 Hours Neukölln 2023
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- various locations in Neukölln
Between its working-class past and rapid gentrification, the district of Neukölln is always changing. Learn more about the residential areas, history, and atmosphere of Berlin-Neukölln.
© Kai Bienert
Fête de la Musique, Long Night of the Sciences, 48 Hours Neukölln and more events in Berlin in June.
Last edited: 4. July 2022