Popakademie bands live on stage!At the "Work in Progress Club" the students of the Department of Popular Music present their current projects.The "Work In Progress Club" event on World Refugee Day (held annually on June 20) is held in cooperation with and to benefit UN Refugee Aid, the German partner of the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR Germany):
www.uno-fluechtlingshilfe.deGo to the stream on Instagram here.This time with: Laura Lato, The Nookies and Zena Dala.
JETZT ERST RECHT - The cultural festival on the Seebühne
Luisenpark, Theodor-Heuss-Anlage 2, 68165 Mannheim, GermanyTickets : 24,- EUR (plus fees)
Tickethotline: 0621 3367333
Tickets also online at www.jetzterstrechtfestival.de
With a valid ticket, access to the Luisenpark is possible via the main entrance, Theodor-Heuss-Allee and the entrance Fernmeldeturm, Hans-Reschke-Ufer from 17:00 (including park admission).Admission to the lake stage will take place at 19:15.
Please observe the hygiene regulations in force on the festival grounds. Line Up:
Laura Lato is a German pop artist who stands for autobiographical lyrics and international beats à la Dua Lipa. On her agenda are topics like self-discovery, empowerment, optimism but also intimate and private moments find a place in her songs. Laura is the styled-up buddy at the bar, the woman with the loud laugh, the heart on her tongue and the friend who leaves everything behind even at night to stand by your side. A boss with perfect make-up. A doer in high heels. A beer drinking fashionista!ENGIN
False roses and real love - consumerism, loneliness and social ills - personal ailments and the search for identity: Engin delivers an uncompromising view of the world and the self. The finger always in the wound.
Profound and danceable singer-songwriter music, brute and fragile. A conglomerate of Turkish psych-rock sounds, blues, indie and chanson elements.
Laura Lato (vocals), Maximilian Götte (bass), Leon Dorn (bass), Leon Rothkopf (piano), Marlon Meininger (guitar).
Engin Devekiran (vocals, guitar), David Knevels (bass), Jonas Stiegler (drums), Max Clouth (guitar)
JETZT ERST RECHT – Das Kulturfestival auf der Seebühne Luisenpark, Theodor-Heuss-Anlage 2, 68165 Mannheim
In the new online talk series ""Popakademie Talks", programme manager Prof. Dr. David-Emil Wickström talks to guests from the music and culture sector about current social issues. The topic for the summer semester 2021 is discrimination and privilege. On Tuesday, July 7th Malcolm Ohanwe will be a guest at Popakademie Talks. Malcolm Ohanwe (27) is a multimedia journalist for ARD and ZDF. He travels the world for his reports, whether to Detroit in the United States, the 20-million metropolis of Lagos in Nigeria, the United Arab Emirates or Sonthofen in Swabia. It is about homophobia in religious communities or violence glorifying lyrics in Deutschrap, feminism, (everyday) racism, cultural identity or Corona.In 2019 he received the International Music Journalism Award for the best music journalistic work under 30, as well as was listed by Medium magazine as one of the best journalists* to 30. His podcast "Kanackische Welle" together with Marcel Aburakia received among others the Smart Hero Award in 2020. For ARD alpha he hosts the program "Respekt", for ZDF Auslanfsjournal the format #trending and for SWR the podcast "Sack Reis - Was geht dich die Welt an?
After the talk, there will be an opportunity to ask questions.Please sign in here . Participation is free of charge.