Imfluss is well underway and with amazing weather scheduled this weekend then, there’s never been a better time to enjoy an evening of live music at the Rhine side. Imfluss finishes on the 18th of September.
3rd-12th September, at Gallerie Katapult
Visit the Swiss Photo Club – Photo Awards and vote for your favourite photos. The entry to the exhibition is free and there are lectures and workshops from the resident photo instructors. The most popular photos win fantastic prizes.
14-27th of September, various restaurants, markets and shops
Genussewoche in Basel or Enjoy Food Week is a time to enjoy and learn more about the regional food and specialities on offer all over Basel. Here’s a link to the directory of events on offer.
Kunsttage is 4 days of art exhibition that takes place 17-20th of September in 44 locations in Basel. Check the website link to see when and where.
Shown below is a wooden sculpture that was exhibiting on Munsterplatz today the 17th of July until 20th of July.
Saturday the 19th of September, Munsterplatz 7:00-22:00
The Chinese Moonfestival is on at Munsterplatz on the 19th of September. For those of you who are early risers then, there is Qi Gong at 7:00. There will be many stall holders selling traditional Chinese gifts and culinary delights will be offer from 12:00 onwards. There will be performances of Chinese music and dance on the main stage this is the only time you are going to see a dragon running through Munsterplatz outside of Fasnacht. For more information click here for the festivals website.
Friday, September 25th 21:00-23:00, Theater Fauteuil und Tabourettli
English comedy evening featuring Francesco De Carlo as seen on Netflix, Comedy Central and BBC2.
26th September at Bierrevier at Markthalle, starting at 17:00
The towns flea markets are back after lockdown and after all of that time at home, I am sure folks have been tidying and sorting out their cupboards and kellers. Maybe there a bargain for you at your ‘local’ or ‘quatier’ flea market. Here is the website to find information about the time and date of all of the ‘local’ flea markets.
What’s on the blog this Autumn? A review of Basel’s best cafe’s, harvest time is here and our markets are full of local fruit and vegetables. Wine fairs and my favourite local wineries to visit this autumn. Vending apple juice at our local farms, pumpkin and onion festivals/buying. What’s on in our Museums and at the theatres in Basel. Restaurant reviews will continue as a firm favourite of yours! A review of local spas, hammams and where to get a great massage plus some ideas of how to have a spa day at home.
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