International Nightfever-Weekend 2018
In Hamburg from Sept 21-23, 2018
What to expect
At the International Nightfever Weekends, you have the chance to meet other young people and young adults, make new friends and network with the other Nightfever teams from all over the world.
Our key speakers will give you new impulses for your (faith) life and in the common times of prayer you can deepen your relationship with Christ and get to know him better and better.
A highlight will definitely be our Nightfever in Hamburg Cathedral on Saturday evening. On this evening we thank together with Archbishop Dr. Stefan Heße for five years Nightfever in Hamburg!
We start the evening as usual with the Holy Mass at 6:15 pm and then celebrate Nightfever until 11:00 pm. As always everybody is welcome to Nightfever.
You are interested in taking part in the Nightfever Weekend, but you still have a few questions? No problem! We have answered some of the most frequently asked questions here.
If you cannot find the answer to one of your questions, please send us an e-mail to: weekend[at]nightfever.org. We look forward to hearing from you and will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
You are between 16 and 35 years old? Then the international Nightfever Weekend is the place to be for you! The program is perfectly aligned for you and your interests.
Young people who are between 16 and 18 years of age at the beginning of the International Nightfeverweek need a written consent from the parents. Please ask for it via weekend[at]nightfever.org. Your registration will only be valid once we have received your consent form.
Accommodation and catering
During the international Nightfever weekend we are accommodated at the “Domschule St. Marien” in Hamburg (Schmilinskystraße 70, 20099 Hamburg). Please bring your sleeping mat and sleeping bag for the night. If you are not staying in the school, please find your own accommodation.
At the International Nightfever Weekend you will get full board, which means breakfast, lunch and dinner, vegetarian on request. Unfortunately, we can not take any consideration for food intolerance. Please take care of your own food, which you can store in the kitchen. Please note this when you register.
How to get there
If you intend to travel by public transport, usually you’ll get a better price for your tickets if you book early. Whether you travel by bus or by train, Hamburg is well connected. We stay in the “Domschule St. Marien” in Hamburg (Schmilinskystraße 70, 20099 Hamburg).
The closest airport is Hamburg airport. From there, you can take the S1 S-Bahn (metro rail network) to “Hamburg Hauptbahnhof” (Hamburg main station).
Nightfever weekends exist since 2008. Since then, they were held at different locations Here is a short overview:
Eifel (February 2008), Bonn (January 2009), Augsburg (February 2010), Bonn (November 2010 – 5 years of Nightfever), Würzburg (January 2011), Waghäusel (October 2011), Köln (April 2012), Waghäusel (November 2012), Paderborn (April 2013), Mainz (November 2013), Fulda (März 2014), Rom (April 2014), Erfurt (October 2014), München (März 2015), Goiânia, Brasilien (October 2015), Bonn (October 2015 – 10 years of Nightfever!), Cologne (October 2017)