From September 24 to October 3, the BEBEL STAGE cultural festival will bring an impressive return of live music and performances to the center of Berlin at Bebelplatz.
One of the city's most beautiful squares will become the backdrop for a celebration of diversity in Berlin's arts and culture. Funded by the Senate Department for Culture and Europe as part of the Draußenstadt project, eight days will offer a real highlight in Berlin's historic center.
Artists such as Moka Efti Orchestra, Balbina, Tom Schilling & The Jazz Kids, Ätna & the NDR Jazz Big Band and many others perform on the BEBEL STAGE. Admission is free and 1000 guests per evening can be seated in front of the stage at the same time.
Moka Efti Orchestra, Syncopation SocietyThere will be an accompanying program with other artist:s dealing with the end of the Weimar Republic and the beginning of the dictatorship.
Brandt Brauer Frick, Aron Ottignon, DJ Daniel BestPresented by the X Jazz FestivalIn the evening, the documentary film about the X Jazz Festival will be shown in a world premiere.September 26
Tom Schilling and the Jazz Kids29. September
Etna & the NDR Jazz Bigband, GLEISSENDES LICHT - A Musical Ritual of Remembrance (2021)GLEISSENDES LICHT is a musical ritual of remembrance of Buchenwald, conceived and written by German-Turkish composer Marc Sinan. Accompanied by a piano concert with Michael Wendeberg (Sonata in D major "Dürnitz" KV 284 by Mozart).September 30
Wallis Bird feat. Sam Vance-Law and Friends, Alex MayrOctober 01
BlondBlond will perform with choir and dancers.
Singalong: Sing and let sing with Perpetuum Jazzile and Chorverband Berlin40 singers of the Slovenian choir Perpetuum Jazzile with a spectacular stage show and a hit program between Bee Gees, Flashdance, Swing and Bossa Nova.The concert is a cooperation with the Embassy of Slovenia and the Slovenian Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the occasion of the country's EU Council Presidency.
A hygiene concept based on the 3-G model with on-site testing facilities, contact data collection and limited capacity will ensure the appropriate safety on site.