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Friday 19.07. Saturday 20.07.

21:00 – 00:00 Visions of the Past mam Claude
00:00 – 01:00 X1
04:30 – 06:00 Bloe Baaschtert mam Doc (R)
08:00 – 09:00 Tinnitus mam Ben & Yves (R)
09:00 – 10:00 Country Café mam Lexy
10:00 – 11:30 Voices by PassaParola mat PassaParola
11:30 – 13:00 Sentieri Sonori mam Berardo
16:00 – 17:00 Deviations mam Frédéric
17:00 – 18:30 Mondophon mam Willi
18:30 – 19:30 Eclectica with Simon

Saturday 20.07. Sunday 21.07.

22:00 – 00:00 Sound Fiction mam Packo

Sunday 21.07.

00:00 – 08:00 A Mad Tea Party with The Mad Hatter

Sunday 21.07.

08:00 – 09:00 X2

Sunday 21.07.

09:00 – 10:00 Raagamalika mam Kavitha

Sunday 21.07.

10:00 – 11:30 Desi Vibes mam Asghar

Sunday 21.07.

11:30 – 13:00 Malinyé mam Roga

Sunday 21.07.

13:00 – 14:00 Valeur d'Afrique mam Wilfried Steve Ghomsy

Sunday 21.07.

16:00 – 17:30 The House is Rockin' mam Simon D

Sunday 21.07.

17:30 – 19:00 Lazy Sunday mam Tom & Claudia

Sunday 21.07.

19:00 – 20:00 JazzuS mam José Juan

Sunday 21.07.

20:00 – 21:00 A Question of Listening mam Bernard Vincken

Sunday 21.07.

21:00 – 23:00 Jazz.com mam Pascal D. (R)

Sunday 21.07. Monday 22.07.

23:00 – 00:00 Jazz Aller Retour in Concert mam Steve (R)

Monday 22.07.

00:00 – 06:00 A Mad Tea Party with The Mad Hatter

Friday 19.07. Saturday 20.07.

21:00 – 00:00 Visions of the Past mam Claude
00:00 – 01:00 X1
04:30 – 06:00 Bloe Baaschtert mam Doc (R)
08:00 – 09:00 Tinnitus mam Ben & Yves (R)
09:00 – 10:00 Country Café mam Lexy
10:00 – 11:30 Voices by PassaParola mat PassaParola
11:30 – 13:00 Sentieri Sonori mam Berardo
16:00 – 17:00 Deviations mam Frédéric
17:00 – 18:30 Mondophon mam Willi
18:30 – 19:30 Eclectica with Simon

Saturday 20.07. Sunday 21.07.

22:00 – 00:00 Sound Fiction mam Packo

Sunday 21.07.

00:00 – 08:00 A Mad Tea Party with The Mad Hatter

Sunday 21.07.

08:00 – 09:00 X2

Sunday 21.07.

09:00 – 10:00 Raagamalika mam Kavitha

Sunday 21.07.

10:00 – 11:30 Desi Vibes mam Asghar

Sunday 21.07.

11:30 – 13:00 Malinyé mam Roga

Sunday 21.07.

13:00 – 14:00 Valeur d'Afrique mam Wilfried Steve Ghomsy

Sunday 21.07.

16:00 – 17:30 The House is Rockin' mam Simon D

Sunday 21.07.

17:30 – 19:00 Lazy Sunday mam Tom & Claudia

Sunday 21.07.

19:00 – 20:00 JazzuS mam José Juan

Sunday 21.07.

20:00 – 21:00 A Question of Listening mam Bernard Vincken

Sunday 21.07.

21:00 – 23:00 Jazz.com mam Pascal D. (R)

Sunday 21.07. Monday 22.07.

23:00 – 00:00 Jazz Aller Retour in Concert mam Steve (R)

Monday 22.07.

00:00 – 06:00 A Mad Tea Party with The Mad Hatter

The Newsdesk

Luxembourg has the third-highest food prices in the EU, says EU statistics agency Eurostat. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are only more expensive in Ireland and Denmark. The most recent analysis by Eurostat concerns price levels for consumer goods and services in the EU last year. The survey looked at price level indices which provide a comparison of countries’ price levels relative to the EU average. Luxembourg has a relatively high price index for food and non-alcoholic beverages, but is below the EU average in the alcoholic beverages and tobacco category. Despite Luxembourg ranking third, the country’s overall index has been consistently falling since reaching a high in 2020.

The national employment Agency, ADEM, has reported that the unemployment rate in Luxembourg is 5,7%. With almost 17.500 residents registered, ADEM also reported a 15% increase of unemployed residents in May, in comparison to the same month last year. The largest increase is among young people under 30, as well as more qualified candidates, such as people with higher education or university diplomas. ADEM reported 3500 job vacancies last month. This number is stable in comparison to last year.

A majority of Luxembourg employees prefer to work from home. According to a new survey published by the Chamber of Employees, about 30% of people in Luxembourg regularly worked from home in 2023. 57% of respondents expressed a desire to work from home at least once a week. More than a third of respondents indicated that they would want to work from home most of the time. The survey shows that people are increasingly better equipped to work from home. 70% of respondents reported having the necessary equipment to perform their jobs effectively. However, there are significant differences between sectors in terms of equipment availability, and employers cover communication costs in only a quarter of cases.

Luxembourg’s Philharmonie building will be expanded. The extension will be added to the place de l’Europe. It will serve multiple purposes, including a new restaurant, a room designed for receptions or children’s activities. It will also have staff-only areas that will be inaccessible to the public, such as a new cafeteria for employees. The construction should start in September and be completed in early 2027 for a budget of 12.6 million euros.The Bonnevoie arts venue, Rotondes, will also be renovated. The work will begin on Rotonde 1 in January 2025. The arts venue will continue to host music, theatre and art exhibits during the renovations which are expected to take around four years

Luxembourg has the third-highest food prices in the EU, says EU statistics agency Eurostat. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are only more expensive in Ireland and Denmark. The most recent analysis by Eurostat concerns price levels for consumer goods and services in the EU last year. The survey looked at price level indices which provide a comparison of countries’ price levels relative to the EU average. Luxembourg has a relatively high price index for food and non-alcoholic beverages, but is below the EU average in the alcoholic beverages and tobacco category. Despite Luxembourg ranking third, the country’s overall index has been consistently falling since reaching a high in 2020.

The national employment Agency, ADEM, has reported that the unemployment rate in Luxembourg is 5,7%. With almost 17.500 residents registered, ADEM also reported a 15% increase of unemployed residents in May, in comparison to the same month last year. The largest increase is among young people under 30, as well as more qualified candidates, such as people with higher education or university diplomas. ADEM reported 3500 job vacancies last month. This number is stable in comparison to last year.

A majority of Luxembourg employees prefer to work from home. According to a new survey published by the Chamber of Employees, about 30% of people in Luxembourg regularly worked from home in 2023. 57% of respondents expressed a desire to work from home at least once a week. More than a third of respondents indicated that they would want to work from home most of the time. The survey shows that people are increasingly better equipped to work from home. 70% of respondents reported having the necessary equipment to perform their jobs effectively. However, there are significant differences between sectors in terms of equipment availability, and employers cover communication costs in only a quarter of cases.

Luxembourg’s Philharmonie building will be expanded. The extension will be added to the place de l’Europe. It will serve multiple purposes, including a new restaurant, a room designed for receptions or children’s activities. It will also have staff-only areas that will be inaccessible to the public, such as a new cafeteria for employees. The construction should start in September and be completed in early 2027 for a budget of 12.6 million euros.The Bonnevoie arts venue, Rotondes, will also be renovated. The work will begin on Rotonde 1 in January 2025. The arts venue will continue to host music, theatre and art exhibits during the renovations which are expected to take around four years.

Luxembourg has the third-highest food prices in the EU, says EU statistics agency Eurostat. Food and non-alcoholic beverages are only more expensive in Ireland and Denmark. The most recent analysis by Eurostat concerns price levels for consumer goods and services in the EU last year. The survey looked at price level indices which provide a comparison of countries’ price levels relative to the EU average. Luxembourg has a relatively high price index for food and non-alcoholic beverages, but is below the EU average in the alcoholic beverages and tobacco category. Despite Luxembourg ranking third, the country’s overall index has been consistently falling since reaching a high in 2020.

The national employment Agency, ADEM, has reported that the unemployment rate in Luxembourg is 5,7%. With almost 17.500 residents registered, ADEM also reported a 15% increase of unemployed residents in May, in comparison to the same month last year. The largest increase is among young people under 30, as well as more qualified candidates, such as people with higher education or university diplomas. ADEM reported 3500 job vacancies last month. This number is stable in comparison to last year.

A majority of Luxembourg employees prefer to work from home. According to a new survey published by the Chamber of Employees, about 30% of people in Luxembourg regularly worked from home in 2023. 57% of respondents expressed a desire to work from home at least once a week. More than a third of respondents indicated that they would want to work from home most of the time. The survey shows that people are increasingly better equipped to work from home. 70% of respondents reported having the necessary equipment to perform their jobs effectively. However, there are significant differences between sectors in terms of equipment availability, and employers cover communication costs in only a quarter of cases.

Luxembourg’s Philharmonie building will be expanded. The extension will be added to the place de l’Europe. It will serve multiple purposes, including a new restaurant, a room designed for receptions or children’s activities. It will also have staff-only areas that will be inaccessible to the public, such as a new cafeteria for employees. The construction should start in September and be completed in early 2027 for a budget of 12.6 million euros.The Bonnevoie arts venue, Rotondes, will also be renovated. The work will begin on Rotonde 1 in January 2025. The arts venue will continue to host music, theatre and art exhibits during the renovations which are expected to take around four years.