Top Concerts in November

One of the most prolific months of the year, when we talk in terms of music, is here. November arrives with concerts for all tastes and live music became the best option to spend the autumn and cold nights. Get your calendar and take some notes of the most inspiring upcoming concerts!

  • Sunday 4th: Dives (Unter Deck). Indie band with a garage punk touch formed by three girls from Austria with references like La Luz, LA Witch or La Sera.

  • Monday 5th: Metric (Technikum). Indie rock band from Canada founded in 1998.
  • Monday 5th: The Coathangers (Kranhalle, Feierwerk). These three girls have what it takes to be a riot grrrl band.

  • Tuesday 6th: The Nightingales (Milla Club). The British post-punk band founded in 1979 come to Munich to present their last album Perish the Thought.
  • Tuesday 6th: Hannah Epperson (Heppel & Ettlich). The violinist will offer an intimate and moving concert. Be ready for goosebumps. 
  • Friday 9th: Brokof + Seda (Milla Club). If you like Wilco, Radiohead or The Velvet Underground probably you will like Brokof who have released their fourth studio album on Goldrausch Records / Rough Trade.

  • Sunday 11th: Intergalactic Lovers (Ampere). Between folk, pop and spherical rock, this Belgium band present their fifth album Little Heavy Burdens.
  • Sunday 11th: Vodoo Jürgens (Volkstheater). The eclectic artist will sing Ludwig Hirsch songs in a unique night at Volkstheater.
  • Monday 12th: Chvrches (Muffathalle). The Scotish synth-pop band will visit Munich to present their last album Love is dead.
  • Monday 12th: The Twilight Sad (Ampere). With The Cure as godparents, nothing can go wrong with this Scottish band who plays dark post-punk songs.

  • 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.
  • Wednesday 14 nov White Denim (Milla Club). The band presents their new album Performance, which contains glam rock tunes, guitar duels, off-the-wall jazz sounds, country quotes and all sorts of other strange incursions into different genres.

  • Wednesday 14th: Curtis Harding (Muffatwerk). His mother is a gospel singer who inspired him to make soul music. Take out your dancing shoes, you will need them!
  • 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.
  • Thursday 15th: The Kutimangoes (Milla Club) An infatuating mix of wild jazz, West African music, blues, and soul.
  • Friday 16th: (Tonhalle). Pop music for listeners to Charli XCX, Sophie or Diplo, who actually had collaborated with MØ.

  • Friday 16th: Taskete! (Milla Club). Noise rock German band (half from Munich, half from Frankfurt) who will present their debut album VÖ (Millaphon Records).
  • Saturday 17th: Tess Parks (Bürgerhaus Glockenbachwerkstatt). The Canadian singer recorded her debut album in 2014 with The Brian Jonestown Massacre frontman Anton Newcombe, and since then, they became close collaborators. Check her out!
  • 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.
  • Wednesday 21 Gruff Rhys (Ampere). The singer of Super Furry Animals presents his last album, Babelsberg about the Tower of Babel and the misunderstandings between people.
  • Wednesday 21: Molly Burch (Unter Deck). The songwriter has a beautiful smokey voice and have been compared with Nina Simone or Angel Olsen.
  • Thursday 22: Rhytm Police + Grotty Sigtrygg (Import Export). Rhytm Police celebrates its 10th-anniversary dirty disco punk and a new album that will be released in 2019. Gotty Sigtrygg will accompany them with modular synthesizers and drums.

  • Friday 23th: The KVB (Feierwerk). The British duo plays post-punk and darkwave music with synthesizers.
  • Sunday 25th: Sue The Night (Ampere). The Dutch musician will present their bright songs in an acoustic format.
  • Tuesday 27th: Ben Howard (Zenith). Folk music by one of the best current British songwriters.
  • Wednesday 28th: The Prodigy (Zenith). The popular British electronic music band is coming to relive the 2000s time.

*Header image: Jungle. 

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