Hofflohmärkte 2019: Discover your next treasure!

Hofflohmärkte 2019: Discover your next treasure!

The warm weather is here, and with it, the flea markets go onto the streets and overwhelm the neighborhoods with vintage treasures and second-hand goods. Every week different areas of Munich host flea markets on the local neighbors’ gardens and backyards. This is not only an opportunity to explore the city and discover more about its architecture, buildings, and gardens but also, an occasion to speak with locals, try delicious cakes and find some unique bargains. As the garage sales in the USA, the inhabitants of Munich empty their cellars…

Top Concerts July

Top Concerts July

The summer month of July come with a bunch of music legends for every taste (rock, metal, pop, and even Brasilian sounds). Have a look and enjoy the summer in the city! Monday 1st: ZZ Top (Olympiahalle). The beards are trendy again and ZZ Top come to Munich to demonstrate it with an extense discography and loads of rock’n’roll. King Buffalo (Feierwerk / Kranhalle). Vibrant psychedelic and stoner rock sounds. Thursday 4th: Le Butcherettes & INVSN (Feierwerk). Coming from Mexico, Le Butcherettes are a powerful band that understands perfectly what…

Forward Festival 2019

Forward Festival 2019

Othmar Handl and Lukas Kauer are the Forward Festival founders, which is celebrating five editions this year. Both have many years of experience in the design, communication, and creative field, so the natural step for them was to create an interdisciplinary network some years ago, a meeting point where artists, designers, creatives and communication and marketing professionals had the possibility to interact and interchange some ideas. The Forward magazine, which was launched in March 2018, offers regular insights into the world of design and weekly content in collaboration with current…

Puls Open Air 2019 was a blast. See you in 2020!

Puls Open Air 2019 was a blast. See you in 2020!

The Puls Open Air has everything you need in a festival. A superb medieval location, small stages where you can enjoy a closer experience with the bands, good food, wine, cocktails and of course, beer. Not to mention the emerging bands you can discover there, with this year high presence of female musicians like Dream Wife, Gianni Mae or Eunique. Another remarkable characteristic of the Puls Open Air is that they provide the simultaneous translation of some of the concerts into sign language, making possible that disabled people have a…

Andy Barsekow: “The PULS Open Air is more than just a typical music festival”

Andy Barsekow: “The PULS Open Air is more than just a typical music festival”

On the occasion of the Puls Open Air Festival, taking place from the 30th of May to the 1st of June, we made some questions to Andy Barsekow, the Festival Coordinator. Puls is a radio program of the Bayerische Rundfunk that support new bands and innovative music. Tell us a little about yourself and your role at the Puls Open Air festival. How do you become the festival coordinator? For me, almost everything is about music and the promotion of young bands. That’s why I’m also responsible for the music rotation…