• Japan Day: On 1 June 2024, Düsseldorf will once again be transformed into the venue for one of Europe's largest Japanese cultural, meeting and friendship festivals.
  • UEFA EURO 2024: Welcome to Everybody's home game in Düsseldorf. We will be there! Düsseldorf will become a big football stage from 14 June to 14 July 2024 and is looking forward to welcoming football fans from all over Europe.
  • Rhine funfair: The big funfair city will once again be set up at its picturesque location on the Oberkassel Rhine meadows. From 12 to 21 July 2024, over 300 showmen from Germany and abroad will present a large selection of rides on the 165,000 square metre fairgrounds, guaranteeing fun for the whole family.
  • Coldplay concert in Düsseldorf: 20, 21 and 23 July 2024
  • Invictus Games Germany 27 - 28 July 2024
  • Tom Jones concert in Düsseldorf 08/08/2024
  • Carnival in Düsseldorf: Düsseldorf Helau! When the fifth season kicks off, there's no stopping the revellers in the Rhine metropolis. From Hoppeditz' awakening on 11.11.2024 to Ash Wednesday on 05.03.2025, the revellers are in their element. The Düsseldorf carnival is all about laughing, dancing and supporting each other.

Art & Culture

Current exhibitions:


  • Tony Cragg - Please Touch 22.2. - 26.5.2024
  • Size Matters - Größe in der Fotografie 1.2. - 20.5.2024
  • DIE KLEINE 2024 27.4. - 26.5.2024

NRW-Forum Düsseldorf:

  • SNEAKER 17.2. - 26.5.2024
  • Tim Berresheim - Neue Alte Welt 17.2. - 26.5.2024
  • Paradise tossed - Videolounge der Stiftung IMAI - 17.2.-26.05.2024

Julia Stoschek Foundation:

  • Lynn Hershman Leeson: Are our eyes targest? 11.4.2024 - 2.2.2025
  • Digital Diaries 11.4.2024 - 2.2.2025


Shopping on Königsallee: It is a boulevard, a flagship and a place of longing for international fashionistas - Düsseldorf's Königsallee is one of Europe's major shopping addresses

Shopping centre in Düsseldorf:

Kaufhof on the Kö
Schadow Arcades
Numerous small boutiques and concept stores also invite you to stroll and linger: around Carlsplatz on Hohe Straße, in Flingern around Ackerstraße or in Unterbilk around Lorettostraße.

Roncalli's Apollo Varieté


In addition to the highlights mentioned above, Düsseldorf's Little Tokyo along Immermannstraße is an absolute must. Düsseldorf is home to the third-largest Japanese community in Europe. More than 8,400 Japanese live in the state capital and characterise the vibrant Little Tokyo.

But the Media Harbour around the Gehry buildings and along the Rhine also offer a special flair.

Düsseldorf also has plenty of culinary delights to offer, from traditional breweries to Japanese soup kitchens. We look forward to hearing your favourites!