Top Concerts in November

November is always a synonym for music and concerts. Here are the top concerts for this autumn month:

  • Saturday 2nd: Gaddafi Gals (Folks! Club). The Berlin trio makes rap and has a sharp tongue. A really good combination.
  • Sunday 3rd: Iron Chic + Adult Magic + Uschi (Kafe Kult). Coming from the USA, the bands Iron Chic and Adult Noise make punk-rock with a 90s touch. Uschi are from Munich and will make some noise.
  • Sunday 3rd: Why? (Feierwerk). Indie-pop, hip hop and psychedelia. What a combination!
  • Monday 4th: The Libertines (TonHalle). Carl Barat and Pete Doherty are probably the most polemic indie music couple of the early 2000s. Friends and enemies, they created hits like Can’t Stand Me Now or Time For Heros.
  • Thursday 7th: The Specials (TonHalle). One of the most legendary British bands from the ska movement at the end of the 70s come to Munich to offer hits like Rat Race or Concrete Jungle.
  • Friday 8th and Saturday 9th: Sound of Munich Now (Feierwerk). Support your local band in this festival with music for all tastes: Aroza (rap), Black Vodoo Train (psychedelic), Cosma Joy (folk), Klimt (pop) Paar (post-punk) and more. Free entry!
  • Saturday 9th: Glen Hansard (Circus Krone). The Irish songwriter will present his last album “This Wild Willing”.
  • Saturday 9th: Lucky Chops (Technikum). They begin playing at the New York subway. One day a tourist upload a video of their performance on the Internet and since then, they became famous.
  • Sunday 10th: Joan As a Police Woman (Heppel & Ettlich) Soul and a powerful voice from New York. (the concert is already sold out, but maybe you can try your luck at the door).
  • Sunday 10th: K.Flay (Strom). The American songwriter and rapper, known for hits like Blood in the Cut, or High Enough, will present her last album Solutions.
  • Monday 11th: Iron & Wine + Calexico (Muffathalle). Expect a special night with these two folk masters. Delicate songs that mix jazz, rock, and even mariachi songs.
  • Monday 11th: Refused + Thrice (TonHalle). Two legendary bands of the hardcore and punk scene in the USA join forces in a unique concert.
  • Tuesday 12th: Elbow (TonHalle). One of the best Brit Pop bands ever, with more than 25 years of career.
  • Tuesday 12th: Villagers (Strom). Indie pop with a folk touch from Ireland.
  • Tuesday 12th: Nick Waterhouse (Technikum). R&B from California with an oldie sound.
  • Wednesday 13th: Herbie Hancock (Philarmonie am Gasteig). The legendary jazz musician is coming to Munich with his band.
  • Thursday 14th: Whitney (Strom). With members from Smith Westerns and Unknown Mortal Orchestra nothing can be wrong. A must!
  • Thursday 14th: Sudan Archives (Rote Sonne). Violinist, singer, and songwriter, Sudan Archives had received good critics from The Guardian, Pitchfork or FACT Magazine.
  • Friday 15th: Lizzo (TonHalle). Apart from being an advocate of the body positivism movement, Lizzo knows how to shine with her extraordinary voice and her powerful pop songs.
  • Saturday 16th: Deerhunter + Black Lips (Technikum). Brandon Cox is a genius. Everything he does, when it’s with Deerhunter, and also with his other project Atlas Sound has an incredible sound difficult to describe with just words. Black Lips and his punk and festive attitude will be also there. What a combo!
  • Monday 18th: Aldous Harding (Feierwerk). The New Zealand quirky artist will present her last album, Designer. Expect something unique. Unmissable!
  • Tuesday 19th: The Chats (Milla) Shameless and fun punk band with members that could be the grandchildren of Johnny Rotten.
  • Thursday 21st: Of Monsters and Men (Backstage)
  • Thursday 21st: Greta Van Fleet (Zenith). Classic rock’n’roll made today by young and incredible musicians.
  • Thursday 21st: Kevin Morby (Feierwerk). The North American artist will present his last solo album, Oh my God. As usual, folk and Americana with incredible lyrics.
  • Thursday 21st: Rikas (Strom). Pop with electronic touch and 70s and 80s aesthetics. Music from Deutschland to make you dance.
  • Friday 22nd: Der Nino aus Wien (Muffathalle). This Austrian guy is a synonym of irreverence.
  • Saturday 23rd: 10000 Russos + Grabo Terrazza (Import Export) Be prepared for a night full of krautrock and psychedelia.
  • Sunday 24th: Goodspeed You! Black Emperor (Technikum). Post-rock with layers and layers of sounds. Something out of this world.
  • Sunday 24th: Mark Lanegan (Strom). The iconic songwriter will present his last album, Somebody’s Knocking.
  • Wednesday 27th: The Regrettes (Strom). As they say, perfectly imperfect. Pop from L.A. with loads of energy and Those Dancing Days alike.
  • Thursday 28th: Vanishing Point (Import Export). Psychedelia, 60s sounds, and a superb staging.
  • Friday 29th: We Are Scientists (Technikum). The indie duo is coming again to Munich to celebrate their solid career.
  • Friday 29th: Mando Diao (TonHalle). If you are a nostalgic person and were dancing “Dance with somebody” song some years ago, this concert is for you.
  • Friday 29th and Saturday 30th: Puls Festival (Bayerischer Rundfunk – Funkhaus München). Bombay Bicycle Club, Alice Phoebe Lou, Electric Guest or Angela Aux are some of the artists coming to this festival.
  • Saturday 30th: Contact Festival. An electronic music festival with DJs like Ritchie Hawtin, Ben Klock, Charlotte de Witte, and many others.

*Header picture: The Libertines by Roger Sargent

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