United States announced as partner to Reeperbahn Festival 2022

28 January 2022
Elbphilharmonie among festival venues - tickets now available

The Reeperbahn Festival, Europe's biggest club fest, gets underway from September 21-24, 2022 with the United States as partner country. Fans, journalists and trade visitors can expect all kinds of events at many exciting venues this year.  

Broad line-up 

Around 250 artists performed 300 concerts in 35 venues last year. This year's line-up, which has yet to be finalized, will feature new, international talent with themes that reflect the progressive music market. More concrete details will be announced in summer. A six-member jury will present the Anchor Reeperbahn Festival International Music Award 2022. The award distinguishes young bands and musicians who are likely to go international and guides fans of new music. The Elbphilharmonie is among this year's venues. Tickets for concerts on September  23 and 24 can be reserved now.

Different formats 

This year's agenda features international artists, visual arts and virtual reality as well as films and literature, the organisers said. The "Discourse" section gives delegates an opportunity to take part in social and cultural debates and to learn how to enter the music industry. The Festival Village on the Heiligengeistfeld is the main point of contact and will host sessions, showcases, networking events and award shows. Tickets for the conference are now on sale. The agenda will also feature digital offers for delegates and all those who cannot attend the live conference.


Sources and further information

Reeperbahn Festival

Launched in 2006, the Reeperbahn Festival has long since morphed into one of the most important meetings for the music world with its combination of music line-up and business interests plus the commitment to civil society. The Reeperbahn Festival is Germany's largest platform for the music, digital and creative industries.

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