For four days in September, the international music community meets in St. Pauli district. The eponymous festival takes place on and all around the Reeperbahn strip. As colourful and diverse as the area is the choice of locations and international performing artists: concerts will be hosted in places as different as Molotow music club and the St. Pauli church.
With more than 360 different concerts, readings, art happenings and movie screenings, the festival is packed brimful with highlights for every music lover. From heavy metal and punk to indie, hip-hop, jazz and soul: visitors will have plenty of opportunity to broaden their musical minds beyond genre boundaries. In order not to miss your favourite artists in this plethora of single events, it is highly recommended to download the official festival app!
Music Business Convention
As much as there's to see and do for music fans, Reeperbahn Festival also doubles as one of the most important conferences of the music industry. Representatives of the leading music labels come together and discuss strategies and the latest trends. Among the most significant dates of the event are the ceremonies for the ANCHOR International Music Awards and the International Music Journalism Awards.
22-25 September, 2021
Reeperbahn and St. Pauli
Note: Due to the ongoing public health situation, schedule is subject to change and corona regulations apply.
U3 Subway to St. Pauli or S1, S2 and S3 to Reeperbahn
For more information, please visit the official Reeperbahn Festival page.