GbD recommends 650x60Ja Ja Ja Berlin Opening Night

Good news for all Nordic music fans out there who can get to Berlin! Mark that city on your concert maps (if you haven’t done it already)! Why? Because the great Ja Ja Ja club nights are coming to Berlin this Autumn!

As we already shared with you some time ago, the Ja Ja Ja club nights in Berlin will officially start in FluxBau on 9. October 2014. From that date on, every second Thursday of each month “you’ll be able to find the finest new talent, hand-picked from the Nordic countries for your listening pleasure!”ensure the organizers.

The Ja Ja Ja Berlin Opening Night will be a real treat for enthusiasts of ambitious pop and experimental music. Good because Danish is really happy to see (once again!) the amazing new DK act – Blaue Blume!

This band recently became one of our favorite upcoming groups, charmed us with debut EP “Beau & Lorette” and turned into a Good because Danish MUST SEE-live act, whenever we are able to catch their shows – as happened at Berlin Midsommar Festival 2014, during Roskilde Festival 2014 or at their first headliner-concert in Copenhagen. We are already 100% certain that Blaue Blume’s Berlin show will be great. The Danes will play along two other Nordic acts: Swedish Naomi Pilgrim and Norwegian Alfred Hall.

All in all, our message to you is simple: don’t miss a great Nordic music experience and come to Berlin on 9. October 2014 to be part of the great kick-off of Ja Ja Ja club nights there!

As a little preview of what to expect, watch the live recording from Blaue Blume’s sold out concert in Copenhagen. See you in the first row at their show in Berlin! ;)

Ja Ja Ja Berlin Opening Night
feat. Naomi Pilgrim (SE), Alfred Hall (NO) and Blaue Blume
09.10.2014 – Berlin: FluxBau – Event on Facebook

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