Long Live The Summer returns for its third edition from September 15 to 17, offering a dynamic blend of creativity, sustainability, and community engagement.
As the weekend unfolds, Long Live The Summer transcends being just a celebration and takes on the role of an economic catalyst. It provides a platform where retailers can connect with event-goers while addressing economic, social, and environmental concerns. The City of Luxembourg plays a vital role in supporting local businesses and entrepreneurs, bolstering the region’s economic and social fabric. The event actively promotes local commerce, empowers the youth, enriches the local culture, and champions sustainability.
At its heart, Long Live The Summer embodies a global vision that emphasises ethics, diversity, equality, and sustainability. Throughout the weekend, attendees can participate in free workshops and interactive activities that encourage local entrepreneurship, cultural involvement, sports engagement, and philanthropic endeavours.
Sustainability takes center stage, with eco-conscious catering, progressive waste management, and the innovative “EcoFlow” village, co-designed with Olaf Recht. This village showcases sustainable materials and culinary delights prepared with the environment in mind.
Throughout the weekend’s program, attendees can indulge in debates, collaborative art projects, sustainable consumption exploration, workshops, urban sports sessions, and yoga sessions promoting well-being. The diverse musical performances add to the event’s vibrancy, spanning various genres from electronic beats to Latin rhythms.
One of the weekend’s highlights is the NextGen Politikarena, a panel discussion set for September 17, just a month before parliamentary elections. This event places youth engagement in political discourse at the forefront. It provides a platform for young individuals to interact with political leaders, exchange ideas, and influence the direction of the country’s future.
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