Visual Escapism - Intersection @ KUNSTLABOR 2

Visual Escapism

Visual Escapism - Intersection Exclusions are permanent in education, art and culture. Fixed structures and guidelines determine positions and privileges. In exchange with artists who are marginalised by such structures,...

The Long Night of Music 2023

Lange Nacht der Musik

For the 22nd time, Munich's great music spectacle invites you to concerts, dance and theatre on Saturday, 6 May 2023. From 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., night owls will once again be spoilt for choice between around 80...

KL2 Summer Party

We cordially invite you to our summer party again this year! In addition to culinary delicacies and musical highlights, such as the Munich Underground HipHop Crew C'est la nuit, Post-Punk Band Deutschland...

SUMMERFEST x CANS&CO BLOCK PARTY

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On 9 July, from 3pm to 10pm, we will be occupying the outdoor area of Dachauer Straße 90 with music, drinks, live acts and workshops.

At the same time, Cans&Co is celebrating its 20th anniversary with us in the inner courtyards. The programme includes live painting sessions, a big graffiti battle, various DJs and the punk band DEUTSCHLAND G.M.B.H.

READING WITH MUSIC - CORINNA-ROSA FALKENBERG

Listen to Corinna's soft voice as she reads from her new book "DON'T KILL ME, I'M IN LOVE" and let yourself be enchanted by the soft sounds of the piano (David Humphrey), while Annette Brunner creates sculptural forms out of clay from the intense feelings.

CONCERT - PETER AND THE LOST BOYS

The Long Night of Music kicks off with Peter and the Lost Boys. With banjo, violin, piano and trumpet, they create a sound reminiscent of "Simon and Garfunkel" and the best of Irish music. The Munich band processes the feeling of being lost and the longing for freedom in their lyrics.

CONCERT - JOGI (aka BOSHI SAN) feat. EKWAL

As part of the Long Night of Music, a "Late Night Hip Hop Session" with Boshi San and Ekwal will begin at 23:00. Look forward to great songs that move thematically between rap, politics and love.