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Arts, Music and Culture: What is Happening in Cologne During spoga+gafa 2013

When the spoga+gafa 2013 opens its doors in Cologne from September 8th to 10th, numerous novelties and trends from the garden and leisure industry will be awaiting the trade visitors. But there is also plenty to see in the city, because Cologne and the surrounding regions offer lots of cultural events also beyond the exhibition halls.

Art, music and literature fans can look forward to a wide range of museums, the Philharmonic Orchestra and at a number of other event locations. Those who prefer gourmet cuisine or a pulsating nightlife certainly will have many possibilities to choose from. With around 4,000 bars, breweries, pubs and restaurants Cologne offers manifold gastronomy options, not to forget the countless clubs, discos and event halls in Cologne, where one can dance the night away.

For the Eyes and Ears: Exhibitions and Concerts

The many exhibitions in the Cologne museums are a treat for the eye. For example, the Museum for Applied Art is celebrating its 125th anniversary with the exhibition “Rare and valuable – Highlights from 125 years of patronage” up until September 29th. The compilation ranges from impressive unique specimens to design classics and reflects the epoch-spanning, international alignment of the acquisitions and donations by the Overstolzengesellschaft.

Lovers of classical music will have the opportunity to listen to M. Rysanov, Cologne Cathedral Vocal Ensemble, E. Metternich, German Symphony Orchestra Berlin and T. Sokhiev: Bartók, Janáček, Martinů on September 10th, 2013 in the Cologne Philharmonic Hall. The concert begins at 8 pm.

Tasteful entertainment: Murder Mystery Dinner in Cologne

An exciting excursion into the crime time of the 60s while enjoying a candlelight dinner at the Wasserturm Hotel awaits murder mystery enthusiasts on September 8th. The participants can look forward to culinary delights in their “Night of Terror” in the form of a delicious 4-course meal.

These links will help you to get to know the metropolis at the Rhine

spoga+gafa 2013 will be open to trade visitors on 8th and 9th September from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and on 10th September from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Entrance tickets can be purchased directly via the online shop.

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