Cotton-Club Jazz in Hamburg.

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After several moves, the oldest jazz club in Hamburg made its home on Grossneumarkt in 1971. Since then it has treated its guests to live music from national and international artists.

German musicians who play here regularly include the Louisiana Syncopators, the Schnelsen Stompers, the Hot Shots, Boogie Connection and many others whose names are very familiar to anyone interested in Hamburg jazz. There is table service for drinks and snacks. The concept has proven itself over the decades: In 2019 the Cotton Club will celebrate its 60th birthday.

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