Our highlights on saturday!

For festival guests:

Gordon Raphael On Producing The Strokes, 01.45 pm, Angie's Nightclub

  • Gordon Raphael describes how he suddenly found himself at the controls for “Is This It” and thus helped to define The Strokes’ legendary sound.

Roger Behrens: This Is Tomorrow? Pop Als Utopie Einer Besseren Welt, 06.00 pm, Millerntorwache

  • Roger Behrens explores the question: What do pop utopias look like today, if we can’t even envision an end to current conditions?

Júníus Meyvant, 11.00 pm, Michel

  • The Voice of this singer-songwriter sports soul galore.

Astronautalis, 10.15 pm, Terrace Hill

  • Together with his band, he combines indie guitars, blues riffs and rap staccatos to an alternative hip-hop mesh.

The King Blues, 10.30 pm, Gruenspan

  • The King Blues mix fast folk, punk and ska into a thrilling cauldron.

BLOOD COMMAND, 10.30 pm, Kaiserkeller

  • A band with guaranteed ecstasy for the moshpit.

Sol heilo, 08.55 pm, Knust

  • The solo project of a member of the band Katzenjammer.


For conference guests:

Training Day, different locations

  • 25 workshops for business newbees.

Czech & Hungarian Showcase, 07.00 pm, Spielbude

  • Discover the freshness and diversity of what the Central-Eastern market can offer.

Best of Showcases, 12.30 am, Spielbude

  • The Best of Showcases will present seven outstanding showcase acts of the Reeperbahn Festival 2017.

The Danish Night Reception, 06.00 pm, Indra

  • Music Export Denmark are looking forward to welcome music professionals to a nice September evening of networking at The Reeperbahn Festival.

Celebrating Canada150 @ Reeperbahn Festival, 07.30 pm, Wein-Bar (Elbphilharmonie)

  • Evening concert with multi talented Canadian artist Owen Pallett, accompanied by stargaze, a collective of European classical artists.

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