Reeperbahn Festival Conference 2023 - Students
Reeperbahn Festival is Germany's largest platform for the music and digital creative industries. Reeperbahn Festival Conference offers industry representatives a programme of sessions, networking events, matchmaking events, showcases, meetings and award shows. In 2023, all visitors from the music business will once again have the chance to network and exchange ideas face to face, on site. They can also attend the scheduled conferences and numerous partner events at various venues right across the Reeperbahn quarter, including sessions, meetings, workshops and showcases.
On Friday, 22 and Saturday, 23 September the re:publica(opens in a new tab) will additionally take place as part of the Reeperbahn Festival. Conference tickets automatically entitle you to access.
In 2023 the Elbphilharmonie will be the venue of the Reeperbahn Festival and will host a total of four concerts on 22 and 23 September (Festival Friday and Festival Saturday).
(--> Concert tickets must be picked up at the ticket desk at Heiligengeistfeld at least 2 hours before the concert starts)
Friday, 22 September
8.00 - 9.15. pm JEREMIAS
11.45 pm - 1.00 am Bruckner
Saturday, 23 September
8.00 - 9.15. pm Matt Corby
11.45 pm - 1.00 am Altin Gün
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Holders of a pass for people with a severe disability with the symbol B can bring an accompanying person free of charge. For this we ask for a mail with corresponding proof to [email protected](opens in a new tab). More information can be found here(opens in a new tab).
From 20 to 23 September 2023, the Reeperbahn Festival programme will be combining a diverse line-up of new, international talent with the thematic diversity of a progressive music marketplace. All kinds of events are waiting to enthral and inspire fans, journalists and industry professionals across a multitude of venues. Since its début in 2006, Reeperbahn Festival has developed into one of the most important gatherings for the music world and shows how a superabundant musical line-up can be allied with music business interests and civil society engagement.
(opens in a new tab)As well as concerts by international artists, the festival schedule also includes performances from the fields of visual arts or virtual reality, and a thematically diverse film and literature programme. The central hub for this is the Festival Village on the Heiligengeistfeld. Sessions, showcases, networking events and award shows allow music industry professionals visiting Reeperbahn Festival to think about, experience and listen to music in new ways.
This is particularly reflected, for example, in the Reeperbahn Festival Opening, which has current music-related and socio-political topics centre-stage with top-profile live acts and well-known guests from the worlds of music, entertainment and politics, or as the lead partner of the Keychange initiative, which campaigns for gender equality in music. The ANCHOR - Reeperbahn Festival International Music Award, bestowed by its six judges, is a major accolade for young bands and artists embarking on an international career and as a guide for fans and musicians looking for the best new music.