- Monday 13: Evelinn Trouble (Cucurucu). Free entry. This creative multi-talent woman from Switzerland makes catchy songs with undeniable charm.
- Friday 17: The Düsseldorf Düsterboys (Rote Sonne). A good soundtrack for winter: sad songs and calm melodies in German.
- Sunday 19: Soviet Soviet (Milla). The Italian post-punk band makes perfect bittersweet songs that, as one of their songs says, are endlessly beautiful.
- Monday 20: Lower Dens (Milla Club) CANCELLED. Lower Dens makes incredible catchy synth-pop music. The powerful voice of Jana Hunter and their meaningful songs with political and social messages make this concert a must.
- Wednesday 22: Tusks (Heppel & Ettlich). Tusks offers electro-pop and lyrical songs full of epic moments. They have been compared with The XX or London Grammar.
- Monday 27: Die Kerzen (Milla Club). This German band offers dream pop with some post-punk touches. Perfect to dance in the dark.
- Tuesday 28: Viech (Milla Club). This Austrian band is going to present its fifth album, called “Niemand wird sich erinnern, dass wir hier waren” (that means “nobody will remember that we were here”).
- 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). This North-American songwriter was a member of Woods and the incredible band The Babies before he decided to ride solo. Oh my God is his fifth album, and as usual, contains intimate and meaningful songs.
*Header picture: Angel Olsen by Cameron McCool