Laura Guidi will hit the stage this Sunday, 25th of August 2019, at Zum Goldenen Hahn in X-Berg. She’ll perform songs from her album The Point and it’ll be a proper punky- softy matinee. If you’re in for some cool tunes on a warm summers day, find your way to Zum Goldenen Hahn, Oranienstraße 14a, from 5pm to 8pm. Entrance is free, but donations are always welcome.
On Tuesday the 30th of April 2019 the famous Berlin Boom Orchestra hit the stage at Lido during their “Originaler Stil” tour. It’s going to be an evening full of great reggae vibes far from the usual cliches.
The reggae punks of the Berlin Boom Orchestra will hit the ground running on their home turf. Berlin is the city they grew up in and you can still hear the gritty, open, no bullshit attitude in their music.
Doors open at 7pm. Woodman Jam will support the BBO on Tuesday.
On Tuesday the 30th of April 2019 the amazing Nate B. & the Hidden Keys will hit the stage at Bar Bobu in Friedrichshain. The lovely Sophie Sutton will support them on the night. It’s going to be a great evening full of amazing music played by astonishingly talented musicians.
Nate B and the Hidden Keys bring the Hidden Key’s musical groove together with Nate Bermardini’s bluesy songwriting. Sophie Sutton will open the night with her marvelous and gorgeous tunes. When the live music is over Jerry & The Duke will spin their turntables.
Doors open at 7 pm. Entry is free.
The Open Mic Sunday at Kindl Stuben is on again on Sunday. It’s one of the best open mics in the city and definitely worth a visit.
If you want to sing yourself bring your own guitar and show up early, perhaps you’ll be lucky for a spot. If you just wanna enjoy a bit of cool music this is the place to be for ya.
This Sunday’s featured act is Swiss singer-/songwriter Liv Summer. Her tunes are sweet and awesome and she’ll perform some new material from her upcoming EP.
Beer is gonna be cold, tunes are gonna be hot. Enough reason to go, wouldn’t you agree?
It’s the weekend. It’s great weather outside. You might have noticed. Thus why not heading over to Sisyphos? The theme for this weekend is Mentale Hüpfburg – meaning Mental Bouncy Castle. If that doesn’t sound promising, what does?
Doors from Friday 13th (11:55pm) to Monday 16th of July (10am).
Let’s get ready for a vivid evening of live music at Madame Claude Berlin. On the 14th of July the Habemus Samstag is on. This time with the amazing dream-po-duo Pearly and the electronic-psychedelic-post-punker of The John V. Variety Hour.
Later on in the night Marie Germinal will put on a nuit-noir DJ set, with post-punk, synth, minimal and no-wave.
It’s going to be a night to remember.
Doors 9pm, entry is donation based.
If you’re looking for something different to do for the night of Tuesday, 12th of June, look no further. It’s the record release party for the latest record by Die Wilde Jagd. This time it’s called “Uhrwald Orange” and it’s an artistic audible trip into unknown spheres, unusual, experimental, exciting.
The amazing Courtney Barnett is one of the best Australian musicians at the moment (at least internationally). On Monday the 11th of June she will visit Berlin’s Astra Kulturhaus Berlin, presented by FluxFM and it’s going to be an amazing night. If you haven’t seen Courtney Barnett yet, go and have a listen. It’ll be definitely worth it. If you have seen her show already, go again, you know why 😉
Doors at 8pm.
Starting today Kesselhaus acoustics presents six Tuesday nights filled with live, acoustic music. Indie, Rock, Pop, Kleinkunst – it’s always a surprise and always worth it.
The concerts take place at KulturBrauerei and are completely free (even tho donations are appreciated). The performing musicians can be indie-stars or newcomer, starting 6pm they will all sing from the bottom of their heart, just for the attending Berliners and Berlin visitors.