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Dear media partners, dear colleagues,
We are pleased to have an answer to the question most frequently asked "Who will be present at this year's Reeperbahn Festival?": Here are 50 bands and artists we have just confirmed!
Frehn Hawel

Hamburg, 16 April 2019
After publishing the Reeperbahn Festival concerts at the Elbphilharmonie of Lisa Morgenstern (DE), Anna Ternheim vs. Kaiser Quartett (SE/DE) and Efterklang (DK) in January, we are now presenting the next set of names of the approximately 600 concerts of the 2019 Reeperbahn Festival.

Nobody gets better to the heart of the young generation's frustration than "Chief Complainer" Jason Williamson and his companion Andrew Fearn. Furious comments on current events, paired with rough beats and sounds make Sleaford Mods (GB) one of the most important bands of today.
Mighty Oaks (DE) are definitely more harmonic; their graceful indie folk hymns with their vocal harmonies for three voices are meanwhile thrilling an international fan community and will fascinate the Reeperbahn Festival guests at St. Michaelis church in September.
When you listen to MANTAR (DE) and their compact wall of condensed guitar sounds, drums and infernal shouting, it is not surprising that it only takes two people to stage one of the most intense live performances of the current music scene.
The music presented by the The Subways trio (GB) is also rather noisy but clearly funkier, spreading great joy at being reunited with their legendary indie hits such as "Rock & Roll Queen". As an eloquent representative of the people of her homeland the Sahara desert Aziza Brahim (DZ) (photo) with her powerful voice and her virtuous band will bring her inimitably warm and poetic sound to the Reeperbahn.
Not long ago, the Cologne-based songwriter ELI (DE) was still a street musician. Meanwhile, his pop enthuses people at festivals all over Europe thanks to his hit single "Change Your Mind".
We Were Promised Jetpacks (GB) from rainy Scotland are a band who have been very successful for years with their sound ranging between indie pop and post punk; with their current fantastic album "The More I Sleep The Less I Dream" they cover the melancholic end of the musical scale which they will present at Reeperbahn Festival. 

Also confirmed: ClickClickDecker (DE), Algiers (US), The Japanese House (GB), Dagobert (CH, DE), Georgia (GB), Say Yes Dog (LU), The Intersphere (DE), Sam Vance-Law (CA, DE), Donna Missal (US), Kaiser Quartett (DE), Joey Bargeld (DE), Carlos Cipa (DE), Alli Neumann (DE), Bibi Ahmed & Group Inerane (NE), Ishmael Ensemble (GB), Thorsteinn Einarsson (AT, IS), BAD CHILD (CA), SASAMI (US), My Ugly Clementine (AT), Sports Team (GB), FARAI (GB), JNR WILLIAMS (GB), Hällas (SE), Alexandra Streliski (CA), Sophie and the Giants (GB), 5K HD (AT), Culk (AT), TUSKS (GB), Whispering Sons (BE), You Am I (AU), Moyka (NO), The Stroppies (AU), Olympia (AU), Trudy & The Romance (GB), Foreign Diplomats (CA), DZ Deathrays (AU), Axel Flóvent (IS), The Rubens (AU), Belle Mt (GB), Frankie and the Witch Fingers (US), BILK (GB), IDA MAE (GB), PLANET (AU).    

The Reeperbahn Festival is organised by Reeperbahn Festival GbR
and Inferno Events GmbH & Co. KG.
Neuer Pferdemarkt 1, 20359 Hamburg

PhG Reeperbahn Festival GbR: Inferno Events GmbH & Co. KG und Karsten Jahnke Konzertdirektion GmbH;
Gf: Alexander Schulz / U-I-Nr.: DE247756458

PhG Inferno Events GmbH & Co. KG: Inferno Events Verwaltungs GmbH;
Gf: Alexander Schulz, Detlef Schwarte / U-I-Nr.: DE 210469759
Photo: Gri Gri Music
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