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.