The cream of local and domestic talent
Müssen Alle Mit is a multi-genre music festival held in Stade, Germany.
Set amongst the scenic banks of a river Elbe tributary, Stade's Bürgerpark welcomes a diverse array of German artists, celebrating the cream of local and domestic talent.
With an inclusive, warm environment, there's a variety of genres on display from rock, to punk, to folk, with impromptu performances in and around the festival site if you're lucky to catch them.
The festival is set amongst the greenery of Stade in northern Germany. Neighbouring the river Elbe, the natural countryside is an idyllic home to the celebrations.
Bürgerpark Stade, Adolf Ravelin, Am Bahnhof, Stade, 21680, Germany
BY PLANE: The nearest airport is Hamburg (HAM). From here you are able to take a short train to the city centre from where you can take a direct train to the festival site (see below). BY PUBLIC TRANSPORT: From Hamburg Main Station, you can take the S3 directly to the festival site (59 min) after which the festival itself is a short walk away (2 minutes) and is clearly sign-posted. From Bremen Main Station, you can take the IC or metronome to Hamburg-Harburg (45 or 60 min) before changing to a direct train to the festival (see above).
Children up to 6 years old go free of charge. Children under 12 enter for €10; these tickets are available only at the evening box office. Those under 16 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Guardians who are not parents must fill out a form in advance, available from the festival's website.
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