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Millerntor Gallery #11

Art, music and culture festival on St. Pauli

The art, music and culture festival will take place in July 2023 at the FC St. Pauli Stadium. The festival is an open platform for dialogue and exchange.

The Millerntor Gallery, the social art and culture festival of "Viva con Agua" takes place in Hamburg's Millernstor Stadium.

MILLERNTOR GALLERY as a colourful festival with approx. 18,000 visitors

The colourful festival in the famous Millerntor stadium of FC St. Pauli as part of Viva con Agua is transformed into Hamburg's largest temporary gallery and makes a major contribution to bringing the conscious use of water into the world. Local and international artists give the catacombs an individual touch with their expressive works of art of all genres such as illustrations, street art and designs. A diverse music, cultural and educational programme and an open dialogue and exchange will highlight the various ways of participating in positive socio-economic change.

For the 13th time, Clubkombinat Hamburg e.V. honoured the Hanseatic city's club and event scene in eleven categories in 2023. The Millerntor Gallery won both the "External Organiser 2023" and "Festival - small but mighty of the year 2023" categories.

Commitment to clean drinking water

Viva con Agua Arts (VcAA) is a social business of VcA and specializes in the organization of art, culture and music events to make a non-material and/or financial contribution to the worldwide projects of VcA. So far, VcA has been able to provide more than 3 million people with access to clean drinking water and is primarily committed to such social projects. With the proceeds from the Millerntor Gallery's art sales, a large contribution flows into the WASH projects of Viva con Agua.

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CITY AREA PORTRAIT St. Pauli, the Harbour & the Reeperbahn

At Hamburg’s city coast, the Elbe and the harbour, you can just sit down and watch as ships, ferries and tugs pass by and enjoy the strong sea breeze. A few hundred meters away you can experience Hamburg’s world-famous “sinful mile” – the Reeperbahn.

St. Pauli, the Harbour & the Reeperbahn

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The home of FC St. Pauli Millerntor Stadium

The Millerntor stadium in Hamburg is a stadium that offers much more than only soccer. The FC St. Pauli is like no other club representing its district and unites the people of Hamburg far beyond the sport.

Millerntor Stadium
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FC St. Pauli

Since its foundation in 1910, FC St. Pauli has been based at Heiligengeistfeld and quickly developed a deep connection to what is probably Germany's most famous neighbourhood and its residents.

FC St. Pauli
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Since 1949, the Isemarkt lures around 6.000 visitors to Eppendorf to do their weekly grocery shopping, or just to stroll along and chat with other visitors under the Hochbahn bridge.

Isemarkt

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