Tour Presentations

Time to catch some great shows! So keep your eyes open and don’t miss out on your concert favourites! Nothing would come in handier than a couple of recommendations, right?
On a regular basis we’ll be presenting the finest acts touring their way through German clubs. And we’re giving away tickets on Facebook for each and every tour we present – so stay tuned!


The Portland, Oregon-based eleven-member indie-rock band Typhoon, centered around mastermind Kyle Morton, released “Offerings”, their fourth album, in January of this year. And now they’re coming to Germany – for the first time – bringing their new record and their guitar-driven-meets-classical-orchestral sound to three German cities. A musical spectacle in the stylistic sphere of Arcade Fire, Explosions in the Sky, and Portugal. The Man. Morton’s vocals take listeners along on a lyrical excursion through sombre worlds and splendid soundscapes. Join us on this journey! Your first stop? Facebook, for a chance to win 1x2 guest list spots per city.

10.03.2018 - Hamburg, Knust
14.03.2018 - Berlin, Musik & Frieden
20.03.2018 - Köln, Artheater


To Kill A King

For nine years now, the five guys from London-based To Kill A King have been touring together, playing stages across the world. In 2018, they released “The Spiritual Dark Age”, their third album. But there’s no leaning on the good old days here – rather, they’ve taken things a step further, going beyond their previous albums and EPs. The band’s sound is more folk-rocky on “The Spiritual Dark Age” than on their self-titled predecessor. When they played the 2017 Reeperbahn Festival they performed only a smattering of songs from their new record – but now, for the album tour, they’ve got plenty of danceable tunes. So hit the dance floor at one of To Kill A King’s four concerts in Germany in March! Check out Facebook starting 22 February for a chance to win 1x2 guest list spots per city.

03.03.2018 - München, Milla
04.03.2018 - Köln, Artheater
05.03.2018 - Hamburg, Nochtspeicher
06.03.2018 - Berlin, Musik & Frieden


Iron & Wine

Iron & Wine doesn’t need a lot of introduction. He’s an old hand in the singer-songwriter business. In 2017, the American released “Beast Epic”, his thirteenth album. Like its predecessors, it’s the perfect soundtrack for rainy days on the sofa in front of the fireplace. With his voice, Sam Beam, the man behind Iron & Wine, generates a cosiness and warmth – and at live venues, too, as his years of performing have demonstrated. We’re thrilled to be giving away 1x2 guest list spots per city – check our Facebook page starting 19 January!

25.01.2018 - Berlin, Huxleys
26.01.2018 - Hamburg, Uebel & Gefährlich
30.01.2018 - Köln, Gloria-Theater
01.02.2018 - München, Muffathalle
10.02.2018 - Wiesbaden, Schlachthof


Dermot Kennedy

With his voice, he already enchanted the Reeperbahn Festival audience in 2017. In January Dermot Kennedy will be back to Germany, bringing along his debut EP “Doves & Ravens”, published this year, which puts him in one level with singer songwriters such as Bon Iver, James Blake or James Vincent McMorrow. We are looking forward to seeing one of this year’s most promising talents again – Dermot Kennedy! Starting on 14 January, you can win 1 x 2 guest list tickets per city on our Facebook site.

22.01.2018 -  Köln, Luxor (Sold out)
23.01.2018 - Hamburg, Gruenspan
29.01.2018 - Berlin, Columbia Theater
30.01.2018 - München, Strom (Sold out)



On their recently released debut album “HAPPY FREEDOM” the Cologne-based trio WOMAN preach a psychedelic-electro-‘n’-disco pop that’s second to none. Back in 2016, WOMAN played Reeperbahn Festival, where they were already drawing listeners into the infinite expanses of their music. Traveling by keyboards and synths, they journey to the Marvelous City – what sounds like a science-fiction film from the 70s is pure fantasy emanating from the speakers. A dreamy world somewhere between Bilderbuch and Leoniden. Visit Facebook to win tickets – and travel to the "Marvelous City"!

01.12.2017 - Essen, Hotel Shanghai
05.12.2017 - Hamburg, Uebel & Gefährlich
06.12.2017 - Berlin, Kantine Am Berghain
07.12.2017 - Leipzig, So & So
08.12.2017 - Stuttgart, Keller Klub
09.12.2017 - Frankfurt, Lotte Lindenberg



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