Reeperbahn Festival 2014 loves superlative: incorporating more international partners than ever, its will return to Hamburg’s creative neighbourhood St Pauli on the weekend of 17-20 September. According to the organisers, also the programme is the biggest of the festival’s nine year history. Launched as a platform for newcomers in the fied of Indie music, Reeperbahn Festival today is one of Europe’s largest meeting places of the international creative industries, particularly in the sectors of music and digital.
More registrations than last year
This year, also the conference of the Reeperbahn Festival as business platform of companies and organisers of the music and creative industry attracts more industry representatives, with more delegates registered than at the same time of the previous year. To allow the network of trade visitors from more than 20 nations, the data base MyReeperbahn is now open for online access.
The platform allows to access details on all delegates participating, to exchange mails, and to make appointments. Main topics of the Reeperbahn Festival conference focus on the fields of design, games, legal matters, live music, marketing, media, mobile, politics, programming, publishing, recorded music, start-ups, and synch&brands. With approximately 100 conference sessions – keynotes, talks, panels and workshops – the programme will be the most comprehensive and most attractive of the nine-year history of the Reeperbahn Festival. Among other things, representatives of the international music industry management will be discussing the knowledge and skills music manager in the future to meet the demands of the digital age needs.
Artists, musicians, and writers
Germany’s biggest club festival will feature more than 600 events. They will include more than 400 concerts with international newcomers from the fields of Indie, Pop, Rock, Folk, Singer-Songwriter, Electro, Hip Hop, Soul, Jazz, and Neo-Classic. Artists, musicians, writers, filmmakers and other creative minds from Hamburg and the world will provide lovers of music and the arts with a variety of genres and styles.
Reeperbahn Festival is mainly funded by the Hamburg Ministry of Culture, and the Hamburg Convention Bureau, ea 100 per cent subsidiary of Hamburg Marketing GmbH.