Top Concerts in February

Baby it’s cold outside! But you can always fight the cold weather with great music, so here you have a bunch of concerts to feel warm during February. Let’s dance!

  • Sunday 3: Years & Years (Zenith) Really danceable pop music with some 80s flair.
  • Sunday 3: Blockhead (Milla club). Cosmic electronic music from the label Ninja Tune.
  • Monday 4: Good Charlotte (Zenith). Probably you danced I just wanna know on 2009 if you are in your 30s. If you are a nostalgic person, this is for you.
  • Monday 4: The Pearl Harts (Sunny Red). Girls just wanna rock. This pair will present their debut album Glitter & Spit.
  • Tuesday 5: Massive Attack (Zenith). One of the best bands of the past and present century will play the entire album Mezzanine from 1998, re-imagining it 20 years later, with superb collaborations.
  • Tuesday 5: UK Subs (Hansa 39). The British punk band visit Munich again with a show that never gets old.
  • Tuesday 5: Bodega (Unter Deck). An art-punk band to watch from NY.
  • Wednesday 6: TV Smith (Feierwerk). Back in the days, TV Smith was one of the stars of the London punk scene. Today he continues with his political compromise through his lyrics.
  • Saturday 9: Ben Shemie of SUUNS + Persona (Heppel & Ettlich). The singer and guitarist of the experimental band SUUNS will offer an avant-garde show.
  • Monday 11: Razorlight (Freiheiz). The British rock band who was on every dancefloor in 2009 is back with Olympus Sleeping.
  • Tuesday 12: Viagra Boys (Orangehouse). Punk and loads of fun from Sweden.
  • Wednesday 13: Mike Yung (Strom). From the NY subway to the stages of the world. This soul and R&B singer became a viral phenomenon.
  • Wednesday 13: Ozzy Osbourne + Judas Priest (Olympiahalle). What to say about these rock’n’roll and heavy metal legends? This concert is simply a must.
  • Thursday 14: Marble Sounds (Milla). Similar to Death Cab For Cutie, they are the perfect soundtrack to drink tea.
  • Saturday 16: Boys Noize (Blitz). Their sound is like a Bulldozer full of techno. As they say, their style is like techno-punk.
  • Saturday 16: Joan Baez (Philarmonie im Gasteig). The queen of folk is back.
  • Saturday 16: Meute (Muffathalle). The word “boring” doesn’t exist in the vocabulary of this superband. The show is sold out, but you can always try your luck at the door.
  • Tuesday 19: Tom Allan & The Strangest (Milla). Two musicians and a great rock’n’roll show.
  • Thursday 21: Nicki Minaj (Olympiahalle). The hip-hop icon will visit Munich to offer a “full Nicki Minaj experience”. Fasten your seatbelts.
  • Friday 22: The Streets (Muffathalle). The show is sold out, but you can always try your luck at the door.
  • Friday 22: Laurent Garnier (Blitz). Monsieur Garnier will be offering his elegant techno together with Rosh, Roland Apple and more.
  • Sunday 24: The Mavericks (Muffathalle). Big band who mixes country, latin music, rockabilly and more.
  • Sunday 24: The Blackberries (Orangehouse) Psychedelic rock from Germany.
  • Monday 25: Greta Van Fleet (Zenith) Classic rock’n’roll that sounds like Led Zeppelin or Billy Idol made by youngsters.
  • Monday 25: Altin Gün (Milla Club). Psychedelic music to travel to other worlds. The show is sold out, but maybe you are lucky and find some tickets at the door.
  • Wednesday 27: Tommy Cash (Ampere). Tommy Cash is an artist, a transgressor, a self-made man. His concerts are one of the best shows you can watch nowadays.
  • Wednesday 27: Toundra (Orangehouse). Amazing post-rock band from Spain
  • Thursday 28: Paul Kalkbrenner (Zenith). Kalkbrenner comes back offering a mixture of techno, jazz, and music out of this word with Parts of Life, his last album.
  • Thursday 28: HEALTH (Hansa 39). Noise-rock band from Los Angeles who will present their last album The Neighborhood.
  • Thursday 28: Holygram (Backstage). Darkwave and post-punk from Cologne.

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