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What’s On In Hamburg This March

1st March 2018


There’s always something going on in Hamburg… and the month of March is no exception. So we’ve done the hard work for you and have found some of the coolest and most interesting musical and cultural events taking place throughout March in this truly artistic city.

The Temperance Movement:

This British band play blues rock like pros. They are so good that even the Rolling Stones let them play as their opener. The band takes rhythm and blues from the late ‘60s and early ‘70s and translates it into a modern context, and the hot newcomers have already released two albums. The band members all have a history as session musicians and have played for artists like Ray Davies, Just Jack, Pixie Lott and James Morrison. On 25th March they play in the Hamburg club Knust.


In their track ‘The Government Knows’ Louis Cole and Genevieve Artadi from American indie electro duo Knower sing with deep funk sounds and touching melodies about how the government traces the private moments of citizens. These two intriguing musicians started out in 2010 on YouTube. Since then they’ve released four albums and on 26th March they play at Nochtspeicher in St. Pauli.

Frau Hedi:

The season for Hamburg’s party boat ‘Frau Hedi’ starts in March. Dance to loud music as part of their harbour tour and every hour the boat stops at the harbour for new guests to join in. The season’s launch party is on Saturday 3rd March.

BIMM Open Day:

If you’d like to find out more about BIMM Hamburg, come and visit us at the Open Day taking place on 24th You’ll find out more about BIMM and the courses we’ll offer, and will learn how we can help connect you to the music industry. The Open Day starts at 12pm (please arrive by 11.45am) with a presentation and live music at Nochtspeicher, Bernhard-Nocht-Straße, 69a, 20359 Hamburg. There will then be a short break before a tour of one of our teaching venues from 3pm at Clouds Hill Recordings, Billwerder Neuer Deich 72, 20539 Hamburg.

For more information about studying at BIMM Hamburg, order a prospectus or contact our Admissions Team on +49 303 11 99 186 or by email at

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Melina Seiler

Melina Seiler is a Hamburg based journalist and author working for several online German magazines. Melina writes for and was responsible for the reporting on Reeperbahn Festival 2017 – Germany’s most prominent inner-city music event.