According to the center, it will begin at 7pm local time with congregational Maghrib and Isha prayers and Iftar (breaking fast).
Reading a Juz (part) of the Quran, reciting the Iftitah supplication, and recitation of eulogies will be parts of the ceremony.
There will also be a speech by Hojat-ol-Islam Mohammad Hadi Mofatteh, director of the Islamic Center Hamburg.
The Imam Ali (AS) Islamic Center in Stockholm, Sweden, will also host a similar celebration tonight.
Tuesday, May 21, will be the 15th day of the holy month of Ramadan which marks the birthday anniversary of the second Imam (AS).