Live Music Market with sounds from Catalonia, Spain, as well as from other parts of the world. Free concerts at various outdoor stages in Vic.
About the Reeperbahn Festival
Reeperbahn Festival is a massive music festival held in Hamburg each year in September.
It’s Germany largest club festival with over 600 events held in 70 venues.
There are over 32,000 visitors expected to the festival.
In addition to the concerts, many events are showcasing fine art, film and literature.
Hamburg is a hip and happening place to be during these four days in September.
There are also plenty of musical genres to enjoy.
It’s a great place to discover emerging artists from various genres, including pop, rock, folk, electro, hip hop, soul, jazz, and singer-songwriters.
What’s unique about the Reeperbahn Festival?
The Reeperbahn Festival is not just a festival.
It is also a conference.
In the ten years it has been held; it has grown to be one of the most important meeting places for the music and digital industries in Europe and the world.
The conference provides a business platform for companies and organisations to meet and exchange ideas.
Expect meetings, showcases, sessions, parties, award ceremonies and networking opportunities.
How to get there?
Hamburg is easy to reach.
Planes, trains and automobiles will all get you to this city in the north of Germany.
Walking and public transport are great ways to get around once in Hamburg.
The festival takes place in a variety of venues across Hamburg.
The majority around the Reeperbahn, as the festival name suggests.
This map provides an overview of all the locations.
More about Hamburg
Hamburg is the second-largest city in Germany and the eighth largest in Europe.
It is a beautiful city to explore on foot, with many of the centre’s main attractions within walking distance.
Public transport is reasonable and provides another great way to travel around the city.
To find out more about what to see and do in this northern Hanseatic city, see our page: What to see and do in Hamburg.
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-is among the most popular music festivals in Europe, annually visited by 130.000 people. Established in 1971 in a small Danish city, this event attracts music fans from all over Europe and the world.
-is among the most popular music festivals in Europe, annually visited by 130.000 people.
Established in 1971 in a small Danish city, this event attracts music fans from all over Europe and the world.
Check out Danhostel Roskilde, set in a uniquely designed building located in the city’s harbour.
It’s a place that inspires with its decoration, artwork and you may get some tremendous energy.
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The Ghent Festival “Gentse feesten” – one of the largest cultur festivals in Europe
Gentse feesten, one of the largest folk festivals in Europe, has been running since 1843.
It’s a feast, a festival, and a cultural event all rolled into one.
In 2022 it counted over 1.500.000 visitors during the festival week !!
The city centre is closed to traffic and taken over by street artists, acrobats, and musicians.
Over 300 organisations arrange almost 4,000 events in 360 locations.
There is something to suit every taste.
On Friday, it kicks off with an incredible fire landscape that starts in the park and moves to all the different squares in the Festivities Zone.
And plenty of top-class artists take to the podiums across the city.
How to get there
Ghent is easily accessible whether you’re driving or travelling by public transport.
Close to the E17 and the E40 motorways intersection, it’s just under an hour’s drive away from Brussels International Airport.
There are two train stations and the journey from Brussels takes just half an hour.
The Gentse feesten occurs at various locations throughout the city, but the beautiful Old Town is the main centre of the event.
Ghent Jazz Festival
Coinciding with the Gentsefeesten is the internationally renowned Ghent Jazz Festival.
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A festival with creative line-ups, pop, rock, indie and electronic music. The venue is near a beautiful place, Hérouville-Saint-Clair.
The Amazing Parklife Festival in Manchester
It is a weekend festival and one of the UK’s most diverse musical events,
Showcasing from famous DJs to some of the best bands in different genres.
Chill-out zones, live interactive art, crazy installations, live music, comedy, spoken word and theatre – are some of what Parklife offers to its visitors.
Heaton Park is one of the largest municipal parks in Europe, with over 500 acres.
Here you can enjoy an 18-hole golf course, adventure playground, boating lake and a tramway museum.
Heaton Park is located 5 miles north of Manchester city centre and well connected by public transportation.
If you want to stay close to the Heaton Park and Parklike Festival venue,
Jurys Inn Manchester City Centre is located in the centre of Manchester, 4 minutes walk to St Peter’s Square.
Directly opposite the Manchester Central Convention Centre and the Bridgewater Hall.
Rated highly for its boutique-style rooms and central location.
Jurys Inn Manchester City Centre is only 8 minutes walk to the Manchester Oxford Road train station and Manchester Piccadilly Station.
More to see and do in Manchester – Tours and Sightseeings.
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This rock, pop and electronic music festival sprouts every year on the Balearic Island to welcome the warmth and the start of the vacation summer season. Superstar DJs head the lineup that blends popular bands and lives acts. You will be entertained by pop and rock to underground house and techno, mixed with indie and alternative favourites at Calvià’s Antiguo Aquapark.
About Mallorca Live Festival
This rock, pop and electronic music festival sprouts every year on the Balearic Island to welcome the warmth and the start of the vacation summer season.
Superstar DJs head the lineup that blends popular bands and lives acts.
You will be entertained by pop and rock to underground house and techno, mixed with indie and alternative favourites at Calvià’s Antiguo Aquapark.
More about Calvià town
The historic town of Calvià is nestled in a spectacular geographic location.
It’s by the foothills of the Tramuntana Mountains range on the southwest of Mallorca island, easy reach of many of the island’s major resorts.
An original settlement dating back to 2000 BCE, the town is imbued with ancient architecture and buildings dating back to the 17th century.
Stroll by the remnants of a Roman villa and the church of Sant Joan Baptista, built around the remains of the original 13th-century church.
A charming place for both relaxation and adventure.
This well-appointed country hotel is located just outside Calvià town.
An attractive garden with an outdoor swimming pool and views of the Tramuntana Mountains.
Choose from attractive rooms, studios and apartments.
Stay close to the Mallorca Live Festival venue
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About Liverpool International Music Festival
A big-hearted weekend celebration of new talent, big names, musical heritage and cultural diversity.
An outdoor multi-stage festival with a nuanced programme taking place across the city centre at essential venues and spaces in Liverpool.
Artists, creatives and music lovers worldwide will bring great sounds to the city during the Liverpool International Music Festival.
From the Lineup 2022
UB40 ft Ali Campbell – De La Soul – The Zutons – Aswad – Heather Small (The Voice Of M People) – Red Rum Club – Kojey Radical – Donae’o – Girls Don’t Sync – Shola Ama – She Drew The Gun – Gaika – Big Joanie – Flohio – Berwyn and many more!
Aimed at budding artists, bands, producers and DJs between the ages of 13-25 from across Merseyside, the award-winning LIMF Academy helps fresh talent find their way with industry experts.
LIMF Academy is considered a leading artist development program in the UK.
They work with about 20 artists/bands during the year.
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– Liverpool Architecture
There’s much to see in this town that’s more than 800 years old!
The district around Castle Street, Dale Street and Old Hall Street still follow a medieval layout.
It’s regarded as one of the most important architectural locations in the city.
Another notable area is around William Brown Street and known as the city’s ‘Cultural Quarter’ due to a conglomeration of several stately buildings.
William Brown Library, Walker Art Gallery, Picton Reading Rooms and World Museum Liverpool.
Pass by the highly-regarded neo-classical architecture of St George’s Hall.
Sightseeings, Tours and more to do in Liverpool
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When: 24 – 25 September 2022
Where: Olympiapark & Stadion, Berlin, Germany
Official website: lollapaloozade.com
Hotels: Overview of all hotels in Berlin
About Lollapalooza Berlin
Lollapalooza is one of the most established festival brands.
Regularly sold out with 70,000+ music fans enjoying some of the world’s best concerts.
It also showcases art installations, a street fair and a children’s zone.
Lollapalooza is held in the Olympiastadion & Olympiapark Berlin
It’s rock in all its incarnations.
The ‘World of Lolla Berlin’ includes walk-in open-air galleries, artistry, acrobatics, street theatre, sustainability at Der Grüne Kiez (The Green Neighbourhood) and an adventure world for the little ones, Kidzapalooza.
Beer, wine, and food vendors make sure you have a lot to choose from so you don’t get hungry or thirsty.
Where to Stay
Berlin is full of good hotels and where you want to stay mostly depends on what you want to do and see in this great city.
Where ever you are, it’s easy to get to the Olympia stadium with the U or S Bahn.
In the west end of the city and just 500 metres to the S-Bahn station Charlottenburg, you quickly connect to the Olympiastadion and the Lollapalooza Berlin festival.
Minutes from Berlin’s main shopping street and the Adenauerplatz Underground Station.
It offers a 24-hour reception, modern rooms (most with a private balcony), Italian marble washrooms, and a rain shower.
Proximity to other restaurants and bars.
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About Let’s Rock Southampton
The Retro Festival
Retro rock at its best! This Let’s Rock Festival is part of a series across the UK from May to July.
Let’s Rock Southampton is back for the fourth year in a row.
Join the celebrations at this family-friendly festival where kids have their kingdom with plenty to keep them occupied.
Enter into the spirit by wearing a retro outfit to rock along with your favourite acts from the 80s.
In addition to lots of fab acts, Sara Cox of BBC Radio 2 will be presenting the Just Can’t Get Enough 80s show.
The fun kicks off at midday, with gates opening at 11.00 and finishing at 22.30.
The running order will only be announced at the festival, so plan on spending the entire day there to ensure you don’t miss your favourite artist.
Put your 80s playlist together now to start setting the mood for what is sure to be a fantastic party!
Where to stay – Hotel Tips
Around the festival site, there are several accommodation options, including the excellent Blue Keys Hotel, Bar & Restaurant.
See what other options Southampton has to offer.
Southampton lies approximately 130 km southwest of London.
You’ll find the festival site at Southampton Common 10 km north of Southampton city centre.
The festival organisers have once again arranged a bus shuttle and park & ride services for your convenience.