About A Summer’s Tale
A Summer’s Tale is an open-air music festival plus so much more.
The first edition took place in 2015 and it is held amidst trees and moors in stunning countryside. and the whole family is welcome.
It’s a place that welcomes the whole family.
As well as international and local multi-genre music, it’s a cultural, creative, and outdoor experience.
It’s a world of its own in which you will want to immerse yourself!
A Diverse Festival
Concerts, DJs, Readings, Film, Performances & Lectures, Art, Workshops, Family Activities, Perspectives & Portraits, Outdoor & Activity, Culinary Treats, and a Design Market – it’s all on offer at this incredibly diverse festival.
In the mood for a walk in the forest, a film, a poetry reading, a Japanese tea ceremony, Qi Gong, meditation, or a crash course in ‘plattdeutsch’?
Whatever it is, chances are you’ll find it here.
It’s a place to create your own Summer’s Tale.
Food is also a festival specialty with a focus on organic quality.
You’ll discover regional and local produce at the food stands and trucks.
Gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian options are plentiful.
How to get there
This event takes place approximately 50 km south of Hamburg.
The festival address is: Eventpark Luhmühlen, Westergellerser Heide 1, 21394 Westergellersen.
Public transport to and from the festival site is included in all single and family tickets on the train network.
From Lüneburg train station to the festival site, there is a free of charge bus shuttle.
Parking space for bicycles is provided.
Car parking is available at a cost.
For the full festival experience, you can set up your own tent in the camping area (bookings required).
If you’re after a little more comfort, there’s the comfort camping area where you can pitch your own tent or book a comfort-accommodation.
It’s a three-star hotel in the beautiful countryside offering a modern amenities mixed with traditional charm.