Upcoming concerts 2020

DIIV

January:

  • Monday 20: Lower Dens (Milla). (Edited: The show has been cancelled) The band of Jana Hunter comes back with a new album called “The Competition” about capitalism and its social consequences in our lives.
  • Wednesday 29: Angel Olsen (Münchner Kammerspiele). The Northamerican diva will present her last album, All Mirrors. Her incredible voice and lyrics are incredibly charming, like a dream.
  • Friday 31: Kevin Morby (Feierwerk) The Northamerican songwriter was supposed to play in November, but due to health problems he has postponed his concert to the end of January.

February:

  • Monday 3: Ride (Strom). The legendary shoegaze band from the 90s will present their last album, “This Is Not A Safe Place” produced by the DJ Erol Alkan.
  • Wednesday 5: Stereophonics (TonHalle). With more than 25 years of career, this powerful rock band comes back to the stages to present its 11th album: Kind.
  • Saturday 8: The Darkness (Technikum). Expect glam-rock and glitter with this band from the UK who hit the international charts in 2003 with the hit “I Believed in a Thing Called Love”.
  • Monday 10: The Growlers (Muffathalle). The Californian band comes back to Munich and presents its new album, “Natural Affair”, full of surf-rock with funky touches.
  • Monday 10: Mikal Cronin (Milla Club).  After a 4-year break and a crisis, Mikal Cronin will present his new album, called “Seeker”. This album was conceived in a cabin in the mountain and recorded with Ty Segall’s Freedom Band. He is coming for the first time to Munich and we can tell you (as we saw him at the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona) his concert is going to be magic.
  • Thursday 13: Liam Gallagher (TonHalle). The charismatic half of Oasis is coming to present his second solo album: “Why Me? Why Not”.
  • Monday 24: Algiers (Strom). Music with a highly political element and a powerful sound.
  • Friday 28: Digitalism (Technikum). The German duo mix indie and techno in their creations, with hits like Pogo. They come back to present their new album, which will be out in 2020.

March:

  • Thursday 5: Mura Masa (TonHalle). Mura Masa is known for winning two Grammys, remixing the Haim’s song Walking Away or collaborating with artists like A$AP Rocky.
  • Wednesday 11: DIIV (Strom). Three years after their last album “Is the Is Are”, and after his lead singer Zachary Cole Smith has been in rehab, the New York band comes again to the stages and presents his new album, Deceiver. As usual, a perfect combination of lo-fi sounds and shoegaze rock.
  • Friday 27: Viagra Boys (Feierwerk). This band from Stockholm brings some punk-rock full of energy and conscious lyrics.

April:

  • Thursday 2: The Jesus and Mary Chain (Backstage). The extraordinary British band will play Darklands. For sure, a unique night.
  • Thursday 9: Nada Surf (Muffathalle). The cult pop band is known for songs like Popular, Happy Kid or Enjoy the Silence, come back to Munich.
  • Sunday 19: Tindersticks (Prinzregentheater). The London band is well known for its sensitive music. We are sure that seeing them in a theater like this would be an incredible experience.
  • Saturday 25: Caribou (Muffathalle). A concert of Caribou is a synonym of happiness. Songs like Sun, Can’t Do Without You or Our Love are electronic anthems that unleash the euphoria in every city the producer and musician had played.
  • Thursday 30th: Hinds (Backstage). The Spanish girl band makes fresh garage-rock songs. Fun times guaranteed!

May:

  • Tuesday 5th: Adam Green (Strom). The half of the Moldy Peaches comes to Munich to present his last album Engine of Paradise. A must!
  • Tuesday 19: Pet Shop Boys (Olympiahalle). The British duo presents the Dreamworld tour, where they will play their greatest hits.
  • Sunday 31: Eric Clapton (Olympiahalle). This live legend will play with his incredible band this spring. Rock’n’roll never dies.

June:

  • Saturday 6: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds (Olympiahalle). The Australian songwriter and his band will present their last album Ghostseen, a masterpiece full of melancholy.
  • Sunday 28: Bonnie Tyler (Tollwood Festival) Man doesn’t live by “indie” alone. Bonnie Tyler is a live legend with a history full of hits like I Need a Hero, Total Eclipse of the Heart or It’s a Heartache.

*Header image: DIIV by Coley Brown

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