Fête de la Musique 2016 is coming up quickly. It’s actually around the corner when you think of it. Next Tuesday doesn’t really leave us with much time to make the announcement. So here it goes. All Tomorrows Parties presents Fête de la Musique 2016, in association with very important people. Bureau Export, Institut Français, TIP, taz, Funkhaus Europa, Chic Schnack and Two Tickets all partnered up to make this event possible.
Doors will open at 2300 hours at the Kesselhaus in Prenzlauer Berg. There’s no need to worry about missing the Euro games as you can follow them on the big screen inside the Kulturbrauerei. Admission to the event is free. The first of two French acts, Camp Claude, a trio fronted by Diane Sagnier, will take the stage first. They’ve described their music as sky wave, a blend of pop and rock over electronic beats.
For those who don’t know him, Thylacine is a young electronic artist who has been making a name for himself since 2013. He had the bright idea last year to record while riding the Trans-Siberian Railway. We conducted an interview with him (available in English and French) last month.
Where is it happening? For those who don’t know the address: Kesselhaus in der Kulturbrauerei, Knaackstr. 97, 10435 Berlin