“There is great talent in Australia and the German audiences loves artists from Down Under. We always have a special eye on that market – which won’t stop in the future either! Also, on a personal note, I somehow always end up at the bar with an Aussie at the end of a good night…” Bjørn Pfarr – Head of Music Programme, Reeperbahn Festival.
Australia will be the focus country at the Reeperbahn Festival in 2019. For more information, visit our News page.
Reeperbahn Festival presents over 400 concerts featuring international newcomers performing indie, pop, rock, folk, singer-songwriter, electro, hip hop, soul, jazz, and contemporary. Concerts are held in clubs, bars, theatres, and other extraordinary venues on and around the Reeperbahn.
They welcome more than 3,000 media representatives and professionals from 35 countries who are active in the music, media, games, mobile, IT design or marketing sectors. Attendees meet and exchange ideas at the music & digital sessions, networking events, meetings, award ceremonies, and parties.
Offers more than 70 music-related events in the fields of digital arts, fine arts and urban arts in a variety of unique St. Pauli locations.
For more information on Reeperbahn, read Larry LeBlanc’s interview with Detlef Schwarte, co-founder of The Reeperbahn Festival and managing director of The Reeperbahn Conference.
Australian artists who have played Reeperbahn Festival include Ainslie Wills, Alex The Astronaut, Amyl And The Sniffers, Angie McMahon, Ball Park Music, Client Liaison, Jagwar Ma, Jarryd James, Jen Cloher, Kim Churchill, Lisa Mitchell, Megan Washington, Methyl Ethel, Ocean Alley, The Paper Kites, Parcels, RUFUS DU SOL, Seekae and Seth Sentry.
Amyl And The Sniffers
Psychedelic Porn Crumpets
The Babe Rainbow
Alex The Astronaut
Joel Havea Trio
The Delta Riggs
The Paper Kites
Ball Park Music
Oscar Key Sung
The John Steel Singers
Deep Sea Arcade
Old Man River
The Temper Trap