Top Concerts May

  • Wednesday 1st: Mumford & Sons (Olympiahalle). The British folk band presents their last album, Babel.
  • Thursday 2nd: Bad Religion (Muffathalle). The tickets for the legendary hard punk rock band concert are sold out, but you can always try your luck at the door.
  • Thursday 2nd: Alice Phoebe Lou (Ampere). The delicate and charming voice of the Berlin-based artist is something out of this world.
  • Friday 3rd: Spanish Love Songs (Backstage). Don’t be fooled by their name, the Spanish Love Songs is a punk band with an energic live.
  • Friday 3rd: Mild Orange (Zehner): This New Zealand’s band had self-produced their debut album Foreplay, full of sexy and dreamy songs like Some Feeling.
  • Saturday 4th: Friends of Gas (Kunstarkaden): Friend of Gas are a local punk band. This won’t be a regular concert because it will be a kind of lotto pot with uncomfortable themes to debate between the artists of the current exhibition at Kunstarkaden and the audience. Get out of your comfort zone.
  • Saturday 4th: Lange Nacht der Musik (Gasteig): King Pigeon, Mary Lou, Karin Rabhansi, Black Box, Embrace The Emperor, Jordan Prince, and more indie, alternative rock, soul and electronic music artists.
  • Thurday 9th: Robert Forster (Feierwerk). The former singer of The Go-Betweens comes to Munich to present his solo album “Inferno”. A must!
  • Sunday 12th Angel Haze (Backstage): Angel Haze has a sharp tongue and makes rap without complexes. With songs like “Battle Cry” and “Werkin ‘Girls” she has already generated well over 10 million streams.
  • Tuesday 14th Rat Boy (Feierwerk): This British band has the honour of holding the NME Best New Artist of 2016 and last year Kendrick Lamar used one of their lyrics on the song Lust. Britpop and freshness.
  • Tuesday 14th: Look Mum No Computer (Backstage). This is probably the craziest show of the month. Look Mum No Computer plays self-made sythesizers mixing electronic music and punk attitude.
  • Wednesday 15th: Sparkling (Unter Deck). Their first EP „This is not the paradise they told us we would live in“ is such an statement.
  • Thursday 16th: Kamashi Washington (Alte Kongresshalle). The jazz musician come back again to the city to delight us with some epic songs. His concerts are more than music.
  • Thursday 16th: Jonathan Bree (Import Export). This talented and weird man (he and his bandmates wear overalls that cover also their faces) has been the last year sensation with his song “You’re So Cool”.
  • From Friday 16th to Saturday 18th: Manic Street Parade (Schlafhoftviertel). Festival with national and local bands like Gurr, Cari Cari, Das Paradies, Tom Rosenthal, Neufundland or The Cool Quest.
  • Saturday 18th: Fazer (Ampere). Jazz music from Munich that ist not pure jazz. Something special that is worth listening to.
  • Monday 20th: Built to Spill (Münchner Kammerspiele). The legendary American band celebrates their 20th Anniversary with an special tour.
  • Monday 20th: Nick Mulvey (Feierwerk). Nick Mulvey plays folk music with influences of Cuban and Caribbean sounds.
  • Monday 20th: Mermaidens + Ippio Payo (Glockenbachwerkstatt). A night full of psychedelia fuzz pop and rock.
  • Tuesday 21th: Pete Doherty & The Puta Madres (Backstage). Pete Doherty is a rock star in every sense of the word. Now he is on tour with his new band, The Puta Madres. It’s going to be legendary.
  • Wednesday 22th: Priests (Import Export). The post-punk trio will offer a powerful show. A must for this month.
  • Saturday 25th: Pabst + Odd Couple (Import Export). Be ready for a night full of noise! The first ones make indie-rock with a 90s touch, and the second ones make garage rock.
  • Monday 27th: Backstreet Boys (Olympiahalle). If you were a kid or a teenager during the 90s probably Backstreet Boys were one of your favorite bands. If you are feeling nostalgic, this is the perfect concert for you.
  • Tuesday 28th: HVOB (Muffatwerk). The producers Anna Müller and Paul Wallner will offer an electronic music show to listen and watch carefully.
  • Wednesday 29th: Suzi Quatro (Circus Krone). The pioneer rock lady from the 70s is coming to town. Age is just a state of mind.
  • Thursday 30th to Saturday 1st June: Puls Open Air (Schloss Kaltenberg). A superb line-up with a mix of international and national bands like Blood Red Shoes, Dream Wife, Die Sauna, Cosma Joy, Dj Kiasmos, Kytes, and many others.
  • Friday 31th: Kiss (Königsplatz). The legendary rock-band, creators of I was made for loving you will turn upside down the Königsplatz. If the ticket is too expensive for you, you can always spend a little percentage of it on beer and listen to the concert for free on the surroundings of the square.

*Header image: Pete Doherty & The Puta Madres

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