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Every month , Munich is full of events for its citizens and visitors, so its time to see the higlights of the August event calendar!

Munich beauty is enhanced during summer, the good weather is a synonym of festivals, BBQs, concerts, open-air cinemas and of course lakes.

Are you wondering what you can do this month in the Bavarian capital? Our team has researched the main events taking place in the city to present you with our top picks.



Photo: Lukas Barth


Die Auer Jakobidult

First celebrated in 1310, the Jakobidult is back again in Mariahilfplatz. For nine days, this festival will be decorating the streets of the Au district with its markets full of antiques, crockery and even natural healing remedies. In addition to the variety of items, you can find in the stands, the festival also offers fairground rides similar to the ones found in the Oktoberfest.



Photo: Immanuel Rahman

Gärtnerjahrtag in München

Every year on the first Tuesday of August, Munich city centre is covered with flowers of all sizes and colours. On this day, attendees are able to enjoy an open-air concert before the flower parade—in which all the beautiful flower arrangements are attached to tractors or carried by the gardeners in order to be displayed to the public.



Photo: Mónica Garduno Soto

Impark Summer Festival 

Concerts, fireworks, flea markets and Wakeboarding are just some of the things you can find at the Summer Festival in Olympiapark. Until 18 August, you can enjoy over 100 rides, snacks from various parts of the world and even the authentic feeling of an Italian beach bar. The best part is the entry is free!




Isle of Summer

Electro-party all day long! The tenth edition of the Isle of Summer is back and this year be ready to receive the elite pioneers of the electronic music in Munich. This event promises the best DJs for a party that will last until the early morning.


View NEC’s Events page to learn more about upcoming events for students and our community.