Since 2006 Reeperbahn Festival is one of the most important meeting places for the international music world and one of Germans biggest club festivals with around 600 spectacular concerts. From 19. to 22. September, you have the chance to discover the most exciting new international bands and artists live.
We are happy that also this year many Danish acts will encircle the audience magically with their music.
These are: Athletic Progression, Tainted Lady, Grusom, Viva La Wolfe, Kellermensch, Samzara, Lydmor, Hjalte Ross, 2nd Blood, The Florines, Marshall Cecil, Scarlet Pleasure, The Courettes, Tundra, D/troit, Henrik Lindstrand (we know he is originally from Sweden but he contributed to the Danish music scene a lot through Danish band Kashmir), Hugo Helmig, WhoMadeWho, Nelson Can, Iris Gold, and Soleima.
We were curious and wanted to know the differences and similarities between the two neighbouring countries Denmark and Germany. So we just asked some of our favourite Danish Reeperbahn Festival acts this year, read the answers on the next pages of this post.
21.09.2018 – Headcrash: 19:00
For me, when I’m performing in Germany, I feel freer than when I’m performing in Denmark. I am further away from where I grew up, which I think gives me a kinda subconscious freedom to be able to be exactly the person I want to be in the moment I am on stage.