Hamburg’s ever growing Reeperbahn Festival is set to make a post-pandemic comeback this month, with four action and culture packed days of music, films and talks from September 21 to 24. Taking place per usual all around the former, and in some areas still quite red-lighty red light district of Reeperbahn street, just a quick walk from the Elbe river and harbour if you’re arriving by boat.
Team Poule is more than excited and eager to share some hand picked recommendations from the line-up of more than 900 shows in 80 venues. First on the list should be La Festa, an evening at Nochtwache on Wednesday, Sept 21, dedicated to the blossoming music scene of Italy. On the ticket for the night are singer-songwriter Her Skin from Modena, post-punk quartet Qlowski and lo-fi psych-popper KOKO, all part of indie label We Were Never Being Boring. The whole sera starts at 20:00 and gently guides you into the wilderness of Reeperbahn Festival like a bowl of Aperol Sprtiz on the buzzing banks of the Navigli di Milano.