Hafenklang From recording studio to live venue

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Right next to the Elbe River - how could it be otherwise - is the historic Hafenklang.

Formerly a recording studio where, among others, Einstürzende Neubauten recorded their first albums, Hafenklang has developed over the 1990s into an indispensable music club for people who like things a little more unusual. Ska, punk, metal and rock are just as much a part of the agenda here as hip-hop, dancehall and dub. On weekends, people tap dance to breakbeats and other sounds. During the week, live concerts by special bands of various orientations pile up.
In addition, the "Golden Salon" is also available on the 1st floor with a small stage.

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