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Reeperbahn Festival
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Reeperbahn Festival

September 24 to 25, 2021

The Reeperbahn Festival is Germany’s largest club festival and is one of the three most important meeting places for the music and digital industries in Europe.

The festival offers around 350 wide-ranging events in more than 70 venues on and around Hamburg’s Reeperbahn – including concerts by international newcomers, an extensive arts programme, and a business platform and conference for companies and organisations.

The Reeperbahn Festival

...presents over 350 concerts featuring artists performing indie, pop, rock, folk, singer-songwriter, electro, hip hop, soul, jazz, and contemporary. Concerts are held in clubs, bars, theatres, and other extraordinary venues on and around the Reeperbahn.

...welcomes more than 3,400 media representatives and professionals  from 39 countries who are active in the music and digital creative industries. Attendees meet and exchange ideas at more than 150 music & digital sessions, networking events, meetings, award ceremonies, and parties.

...offers more than 30 music-related events in the fields of digital arts, fine arts and urban arts, literature, film, shows and workshops in a variety of unique St. Pauli locations.

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Short & Sweet

  • When September 16 to 19, 2020
  • Where Reeperbahn, Hamburg St. Pauli
  • First year 2006
  • Admission From 99 euros
  • No. of visitors 40,000
  • Music style Indie, punk, rock, electronic, hip hop
  • Nowhere but here Stroll with the band through the Festival site

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