Manic Street Parade

Manic Street Parade

A new edition of the festival Manic Street Parade is here! The Schlachthofviertel, the neighborhood where you can find an old ship in the middle of the city, will be the place where the festival will take place. In this year’s edition, that will take place on 17 and 18 of May, you can make a tour between bars and clubs like Strom, Substanz, Schlachthof, St. Anton, Frisches Bier, Bahnwärter Thiel and the ship above mentioned, commonly known as Alte Utting. One of the highlights of the festival are the…

Win tickets for the Sommer Nachts Traum!

Win tickets for the Sommer Nachts Traum!

Oh, summer! The happiest and relaxed time of the year is coming, and we can’t wait to celebrate it with music. The Sommer Nachts Traum (Summer Night Dream) is, apart of the famous Shakespeare’s book title, a day-festival in Munich in which you will feel like if you were in a fairy tale. Fireworks, balloons, the best music, and delicious food. A day and night that will be a delight for the senses in one of the best Munich locations. The 20th of July Olympiapark will be the home for…

Top Concerts May

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:…

Exhibition: Little Boy’s Luminous Legacies (new, clear, atomic narratives)

Exhibition: Little Boy’s Luminous Legacies (new, clear, atomic narratives)

Atomic technology, nuclear energy, and post-apocalyptic scenarios. The exhibition Little Boys luminous legacies at Lothringer13 Halle present various narrative and explorations of the atomic. The Atomic Age was also accompanied artistically offering different narratives that become visible the invisible. The atom as a measure, as a part of something bigger, and a unit of a total, is the protagonist of this exhibition, that explore propaganda, terrifying stories, and monsters like Godzilla. Curated by Dr. Daniel Bürkner and Jörg Koopmann, the gallery Lothringer13 Halle presents the works of Benten Clay, Michael Danner,…