test Dutch artists confirmed for Reeperbahn festival
  • 6 Jun. '18

    Dutch artists confirmed for Reeperbahn festival

    The first Dutch artists have been confirmed for the Reeperbahn Festival, Europe’s biggest club festival.
    Dutch bands Altin Gün, Baby Galaxy, and DeWolff will be playing at the Hamburg festival, which takes places from 19 until 22 September.

    A Dutch Impact party will be hosted during the festival, on 20 September in Molotow. The full line-up will be announced shortly. The party will be followed by a German-Dutch trade dinner.

    Band application
    The deadline for registering bands to be considered for the Reeperbahn Festival 2018 closes on 15 July. For the application form, please visit www.reeperbahnfestival.com/en/info/band-application.

    Discount tickets for Dutch music professionals
    The Reeperbahn Festival offers discount tickets for Dutch music professionals. They can visit both the conference and the festival for the discount price of €165,- (regular price: €245,-). Use discount code ‘RBFC18-Dutch-50’ when ordering a ticket.

    About the Reeperbahn Festival
    The Reeperbahn Festival combines concerts in a variety of pop-cultural genres with an arts programme and a platform for professionals in the music and digital industries. It is Germany’s largest club festival and since its debut in 2006 has grown to become one of the most important meeting places for the music industry worldwide. For more information, visit www.reeperbahnfestival.com.

    Dutch Music Export
    As of 2017, Dutch Performing Arts delegates the international promotion of Dutch pop, urban and dance to the Popcoalitie. The Popcoalitie has set up a new programme called Dutch Music Export. The programme is funded by Buma Cultuur and the Performing Arts Fund NL. Dutch Performing Arts monitors the activities (among which Dutch Impact) and results of Dutch Music Export. For more information about the activities, go to the Dutch Music Export website or send an e-mail to info@dutchmusicexport.com.
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