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Fire at Spielbudenplatz: Reeperbahn Festival will take place as planned

In the early morning hours of 8 September the western open-air stage at Spielbudenplatz on the Reeperbahn burned down. No people came to harm. Both stages have been an essential part of the Reeperbahn Festival for years. At the 10th anniversary of the event it was planned to move them together at Spielbudenplatz Ost/East to make up the large location "Spielbude" for four days.

This plan will also be pursued after the fire, the 26 concerts originally planned, such as showcases of various music export agencies and other partners, will take place. The new, slightly smaller "Spielbude" will consist of a self-supporting framework construction on the western side. All other programme items scheduled for Spielbudenplatz will also take place as planned; among them Flatstock Europe Poster Convention, Astra stage "Zur geilen Knolle", NJoy Reeperbus and the Bazookas Bus.

"All events will take place as planned," said Alexander Schulz, Managing Director of the Reeperbahn Festival. "After the situation has been assessed by the fire department and the building authorities we will discuss with the Spielbudenplatz operating company how to handle the ruin on the west side."The fire has no negative effects on the event as a whole. The Reeperbahn Festival will take place in over 70 locations of the St. Pauli city district.


The Reeperbahn Festival is organised by
Reeperbahn Festival GbR (U-I-Nr.: DE247756458)
and Inferno Events GmbH & Co. KG (U-I-Nr.: DE 210469759)
Neuer Pferdemarkt 1, 20359 Hamburg
PhG Reeperbahn Festival GbR: Karsten Jahnke Konzertdirektion GmbH und Inferno Events GmbH & Co. KG
Gf: Alexander Schulz

Credit picture: Heiko Sehrsam
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