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Reeperbahn Festival

Newcomer Music Festival on the Reeperbahn

The Reeperbahn Festival presents a colorful program again in September. Around 300 concerts are scheduled in each of the previous years to put the spotlight on the upcoming stars of the music industry.

The Reeperbahn Festival will take place in Hamburg from September 18 to 21, 2024. If you already want to secure tickets for the popular festival, you can find them here.

This is what the Reeperbahn Festival has to offer

Bon Iver, Jake Bugg, Cro, Casper, Biffy Clyro, Boy or Ed Sheeran - all these names not only have several chart successes in common, but also that they thrilled the audience on the stages of the Reeperbahn Festival shortly before their big breakthrough. Whoever plays on Hamburg's Kiez in September, as the last few years have shown, has a good chance of soon filling the great halls of this world.

So it's no wonder that the Reeperbahn Festival, as Europe's biggest club festival, is now one of the world's most important events in the music industry. In recent years, for example, the international music prize ANCHOR has been awarded to the best live act at the festival. So fans and visitors can be curious who will be the successor of the festival award first runner-up. The award ceremony usually takes place as a crowning finale on the last day of the festival.

Short & Sweet

  • When From 21 to 24 September 2022
  • Where Reeperbahn, Hamburg St. Pauli
  • First year 2006
  • Admission From 49 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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