Upcoming concerts part II

The second part of what is coming up in terms of live music is about the month of November. I don’t know why but it is the busiest month of the year. Prepare yourself to dance and sing out loud! And also, be ready to choose between three concerts on the same day!

NOVEMBER

  • Thursday 2nd: Nick Cave & the bad seeds (Zenith). The show is sold out but you can always try your luck at the resale to see the obscure poetry in motion of Mr. Cave.
  • Thursday 2nd: Lee Fields & The Expressions (Muffatwerk). The energy of this 66 years old man is incredible. Seriously, you are going to have a lot of fun.
  • Friday 3rd: Angus & Julia Stone (Zenith). The two siblings come to Munich to offer a folk-blues night.

  • Friday 3rd: Mogwai (Backstage). The post-rock band will make you feel something special, for sure.
  • Monday 6th: And So I Watch You from Afar (Ampere). Between math-rock and post-rock band perfect for the winter season.
  • Monday 6th: Alex G (Milla Club) Lo-fi and bedroom music, another hit for the cold days.

  • Tuesday 7th: Royal Blood (Zenith). Two guys, one playing drums and the other playing bass. Garage-rock, punk-rock, and tons of energy.
  • Wednesday 8th: Bonobo (Tonhalle) Electronic music with a touch of chillwave.
  • Wednesday 8th: Future Islands (Theaterfabrik). The show is sold out, but you know you can try your luck, maybe somebody is not going at the last minute. Their shows are always something overwhelming.
  • Wednesday 8th: Benjamin Booker (Strom). Soul, garage, and blues with loads of passion.

  • Thursday 9th: !!! (Chk Chk Chk) (Strom). If you want to dance and sweat, you have come to the right place.
  • Thursday 9th: Kitty, Daisy & Lewis (Tonhalle). The three brothers will be presenting their last album Superscope with their usual influence of rock music from the 50s-
  • Friday 10th: Queens of the Stone Age (Zenith). The American rock band came with energy to present their last album, Villains.
  • Saturday 11th: Gorillaz (Zenith). The show for seeing live the Damon Albarn’s virtual band is sold out, but as I said before, you can always try your luck.
  • Monday 13th: The Darkness (Technikum). The glam-band is back with lots of glitters.
  • Thursday 16th: Jamiroquai (Olympiahalle). Are you ready for a night plenty of 90s hits?

  • Thursday 16th: Mount Kimbie (Muffathalle). Acclaimed electronic music duo with a large dose of elegance.
  • Thursday 16th: Torres (Ampere). This is the project of Mackenzie Scott, a girl with a hypnotic voice.
  • Friday 17th: The Horrors (Backstage). Post-punk band with messy hair. The perfect combination.
  • Saturday 18th: Marilyn Manson (Zenith). We didn’t know that Marilyn Manson is still active, but yes, he is. Another sold out show…
  • Saturday 18th: Destroyer (Ampere). Poetry and rock are present in all the lyrics of this Canadian songwriter.
  • Sunday 19th: Benjamin Clementine (Philarmonie in Gasteig). Benjamin Clementine was homeless at his teenage years, but that wasn’t an impediment for becoming a great singer and songwriter.

  • Monday 20th: The war on drugs (Muffathalle). Krautrock, Americana, and magnetic songs.
  • Tuesday 21th: Belako (Cord Club). Post-punk young Spanish band from the Basque Country with lots of energy.
  • Wednesday 22th: Perfume Genius (Technikum). The unique solo project of the artist Mike Hadreas.
  • Monday 27th: Parcels (Technikum). The sensation of the year come again to Munich!
  • Monday 27th: Yung Lean & Sad Boys (Theaterfabrik). Something is changing in rap music with new genres like cloud-rap and trap. Fresh meat!
  • Tuesday 28th: Black Rebel Motorcycle club (TonHalle). Garage rock American band.
  • Wednesday 29th: Mando Diao (Zenith). Indie rock band with a 70s touch.
  • Wednesday 29th: Lali Puna (Münchner Kammerspiele). An indietronic band formed by the end of the 90s. Again, the show is sold out, but in the Kammerspiele page says they will have some tickets at the box office.

 

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