The Highlights On Friday
For festival guests:
Exhibition Klaus Voormann: It started in Hamburg - Graphic Arts 1958 - 2018, 12:30 pm, Festival Village
► Graphic works, sketches, objects and large projections will give us the opportunity to immerse in this multifaceted work.
Timo Blunck: "Didn’t we have sex in the 80s?", 7:15 pm, Alte Liebe (Klubhaus St. Pauli)
► A journey into the decadent world of pop stars and coke-snorting ad executives.
Odd Couple, 7:30 pm, Knust
► Garage sound, composed of Glam- and Krautrock, “Neue Deutsche Welle” and experimental pop art.
Hyphen Hyphen, 7:45 pm, Übel & Gefährlich
► Grande Opera, a lot of pathos, hundred percent goose bumps. This is what Hyphen Hyphen delivers with their big pop offensive.
Das Paradies, 8:00 pm, Große Freiheit 36
► Indie pop that is poetic but not too heavy. Groovy and danceable but thoughtful at the same time.
Cat Clyde, 8:50 pm, Hamburger Schulmuseum
► A strangely anachronistic vintage sound that deliberately closes the hustle and bustle of the postmodern Internet age.
Noga Erez, 00:30 am, Gruenspan
► R'n'b ballads that convey a perfect security in a single moment and then break into a sense of restlessness.
For conference guests:
Status Quo Deutschrap, 10:30 am, Schmidtchen (Klubhaus St. Pauli)
► Where does Deutschrap really stand?
Peter Schwenkow: 40 Jahre DEAG..., 11:15 am, East Hotel / C1
► Peter Schwenkow speaks about DEAG’s 40th anniversary, secondary ticketing, and what he thinks will be the entertainment formats of the future.
Music In The Middle East, 1:45 pm, East Hotel / C2
► The panel presents three countries with a vibrant music scene: Iran, Palestine and Lebanon.
IMJA - International Music Journalism Award, 4:45 pm, Schmidtchen (Klubhaus St. Pauli)
► We honour the winners of the International Music Journalism Award 2018 in a down to earth award ceremony.
The Campfire Show, 6:00 pm, Spiegelzelt