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Reeperbahn showcase line-up complete

The Hamburg festival and conference has completed its showcase programme for 2016, featuring up-and-coming artists from Germany, the UK, Poland, Hungary, Spain and more

By IQ on 12 Sep 2016

Dilly Dally, Reeperbahn 2016, FKP Scorpio

Dilly Dally, performing in FKP Scorpio/[PIAS]'s Music BBQ showcase


image © FKP Scorpio

Following the announcement in April of its first 43 performers, Reeperbahn Festival has completed its showcase line-up for 2016.

Export offices and industry associations from countries across Europe, including Germany, the UK, Spain, Hungary, France, Switzerland and Denmark, will present their choice of emerging artists to delegates at the Hamburg showcase festival and conference later this month. The showcases are:

[PIAS] and FKP Scorpio present Music BBQ (Germany)
BIME presents the Best of Basque Country (Spain)
Chic Schnack Night (France)
Dancan Showcase (Germany)
Don’t Panic! We’re from Poland (Poland)
Finetunes/Phonofile Official Showcase and Aftershow Party (Germany)
Kiosquorama Showcase (France)
Live Music Hungary (Hungary)
Meet the Mannheimer Showcase (Germany)
The Orchard/Membrane Showcase (UK/Germany)
New Master Label Night (Germany)
Swiss Business Mixer (Switzerland)
Swiss Night (Switzerland)
The British Music Embassy Showcase (UK)
The Danish Night (Denmark)

A playlist of the showcase acts can listened to below via Spotify:

The 2016 edition of the Reeperbahn Festival will take place from 21 to 24 September. This year’s partner country is the Netherlands, and the festival will see Dutch Impact, Buma Cultuur and the Dutch Performing Arts Fund NL showcase the Dutch music scene in a series of concerts, sessions and networking events. The festival will also include a classical component for the first time.

Since its debut in 2006, Reeperbahn – which comprises a showcase festival for new acts and a conference attended by over 3,700 international delegates – has grown to become one of the most important meeting places for the global music industry.

 


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