To start from the basics, all local traditions, national celebrations, cultural institutions and activities like the Music Day and similar events are nicely grouped on the public site for culture.
Where can you buy your tickets for events in Luxembourg online? No reason to search further, Luxembourg ticket can facilitate you.
The agenda of the national tourist board is highly informative and multilingual: you can opt to read it in French, English, German, Dutch or Chinese. It provides information on what to do every given week of the year, what to visit, where to stay and eat; it also enlightens you on features like Luxembourg Card, that gives you access to more than 50 tourist attractions in Luxembourg.
If you are new in the city, you can always visit the Tourist Office for guidance and informative leaflets or to book tickets for an event.
Plurio goes one step further and proposes cultural events and outings to the Greater Region (la Grande Region) through an engaging and colorful design. Living in Luxembourg is the best way to explore the Greater Region, which consists of Luxembourg, Wallonia in Belgium, Lorraine in France, Saarland and Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany, as well as the French and the German-speaking community in Belgium. Plurio also has updates on project calls and jobs and internships with cultural nature.
A sub-project of Plurio, for younger audiences is Grrrr, of equally informative nature.
Last, but not least, the new project of the Ministry of Culture, Culture.lu, is a pleasant, informative website which features bigger images and a user-friendly template.