We are just enjoying the sunny days of summer, but we can’t be distracted from the fact that in autumn the city will become a large festival. Usually, the best concerts are in October and November, and this year is not an exception. If you don’t want to regret it later, buy your tickets now and have a pleasant concert’s season. With music, you will forget the summer is over and even will be happy about the fall of leaves.
- Sunday 3oth September: The Brian Jonestown Massacre (Technikum). Psychedelic and garage rock band from the 90s with a polemic story behind.
- Tuesday 2nd October: The Fratellis (Strom). I’m sure you have danced to the Chelsea Dagger song, one of the most successful hits of this Scottish band.
- Saturday 13th October: Jack White (Zenith). A one-man-band, a wonder of nature… This is Jack White. The half of The White Stripes and also a member of the bands The Raconteurs and The Death Weather is well-known for his powerful shows and his capacity for improvisation.
- Wednesday 17th: The Sonics (Backstage). The legendary garage rock band who has been active since the 60s will delight us with songs like Psycho, Let the Good Times Roll or It’s Alright.
- Friday 19th: Kurt Vile & The Violators (Muffathalle). The composer and producer Kurt Vile come with his band, The Violators and bring some rock, lo-fi sounds, Americana and folk to Munich.
- Wednesday 24th: Mac DeMarco (Neue Theaterfabrik). Mac sings about salad days, becoming an adult… and in his shows, he drinks whiskey, members of his band get naked and he does crowd surfing from the stage to the end of any venue. A must!
- Thursday 25th: Roosevelt (Muffathalle). The German musician creates perfect pop songs to dance and feel the joie de vivre of the sea and the summer even in winter.
- Saturday 27th: Fat Freddy’s Drop (Zenith). A mixture of dub, reggae, soul and more from Wellington.
- Tuesday 30th: St. Paul and The Broken Bones (Technikum). The soul band from the USA will present their last album Young Sick Camelia, which will be out the 7th of September.
- Monday 12th: Chvrches (Muffathalle). The Scotish synth-pop band will visit Munich to present their last album Love is dead.
- Tuesday 13th: Kylie Minogue (Zenith). One of the princesses of pop is coming to Munich. Don’t feel guilty about this pleasure.
- Tuesday 13th: Superorganism (Technikum). Eight people form Superorganism, an explosion of color and pop sounds. A really unique band.
- Thursday 15th: Jungle (Muffathalle). You can feel the heat when you hear them. Groovy music to dance until the dawn, or at least until the concert is over.
- Monday 19th: Parquet Courts (Ampere). Post-punk and garage rock band who will present their last album Wide Awake.
- Wednesday 20th: Mudhoney (Strom). An iconic punk band from the 90s who will visit Munich after a while.
- Friday 23th: The KVB (Feierwerk). The British duo plays post-punk and darkwave music with synthesizers.
- Tuesday 27th: Ben Howard (Zenith). Folk music by one of the best current British songwriters.
- Saturday 1st: First Aid Kit (Muffathalle). The Söderberg sisters are back with their special folk-pop songs.
- Sunday 2nd: Johnny Marr (Technikum). The half part of The Smiths have never stopped playing, and this time he comes to Munich as a solo artist.
- Tuesday 4th: Molly Nilsson (Ampere). The magnetism of this artist is something really powerful and unique you shouldn’t miss. And she composed the beautiful song Hey Moon, covered after by John Maus.
- Monday 10th: Parcels (Muffathalle). Parcels are based in Berlin and were the new sensation of the past year with their pop songs with a soul touch and loads of flow. Their concert is a must!
*Header image: Chvrches