Linz. Creative talents from music, cabaret and literature get on stage at the “Heimspiel” in the Posthof. From January 19th to March 4th, the Spring Festival in the Port of Linz shines a spotlight on the young local artist scene over 15 nights and, for the first time, also looks beyond borders. Of the wealth of program titles available, Tyrolean life artist Michaela Oberscheider’s title is probably the most appropriate as a general call: “Enjoy!”
Year after year, Posthof managers Gernot Kremser and Wilfried Steiner have a passion for discovery when it comes to putting together a new home fixture squad. “Sometimes you see artists for the first time while you’re researching and thinking, oh wow, something happens,” Steiner says, with quality of course being the most important criterion. “It is also important that there is breadth, and this year it shows very well. Posthof is there for many different target groups, ”adds Kremser.
Yasmo & Die Klangkantine will kick off on Thursday, January 19th. The witty and brash stuttering among the rappers has more to say on her third album, “Laut und Lost,” than ever before.
Shaping “The Tribute” around lead singers Andie Gabauer and Richi Koch on Saturday, January 21st, with electrifying visuals, spherical synth decks, epic guitar riffs and multimedia visuals will take you into the world of rock and pop legends Peter Gabriel and Phil Collins.
Thursday, January 26, star Christoph Fritz is looking for intimacy at the “Zärtlichkeit” nightclub. A nighttime Lower Austrian garden can become the scene of unexpected tenderness as well as surgery by a urologist.
For the first time, the local game looks beyond the local horizon. Replete with powerful metaphors, hard-headed young songwriter Petrov sang the pain of the world in sad, sad indie anthems on Saturday, January 28th.
TurboRosins will be presented on Thursday, February 2nd in a cheeky, humorous and poignant manner. In “Chest up! S’Patriarchat is im Lockdaun”, Claudia Schäckel, Helen Stangl-Kollinger and Daniela Strolz-Holtzer reveal the latest hidden secrets of womanhood.
After 14 years of tireless work in the world of heavy rock, Parasol Caravan bid farewell to its fans on Saturday, February 4th. Ready for one final takeoff?
Just head for the dive! On Tuesday, February 7th, the local hero of oö. The cabaret and poetry scene Manuel Talhammer criticized how to survive the massive sinking.
On Wednesday, February 8th, an evening of entertaining satirical reading including live music is on the program: Graz cabaret artist Ulrike Heidascher reads from her first novel about a party that cannot be easily forgotten.
Along with Drew Sarich, The Funkclub, an oö. A group of internationally recognized professional musicians, on Thursday 9 February, none other than Michael Jackson. Expanded to include 13 musicians, the funk club celebrates its biggest hits, but also one or the other selected B-side.
Two Talents, One Goal: Eli Bauer and Sonja Pickart promise an exciting club night with extraordinary vocals, virtuosic guitar, ruthless physical exertion, outspoken wit, and plenty of self-irony on Saturday, February 11th.
With a powerful controller and ruthlessly funny, Tyrolean coach and creative Michaela Oberscheider pleads for an easier way of life in her belated debut single “Enjoy!” On Friday, February 17th.
Linz’s focused hip-hop scene meets this Friday, February 24: In their hot press album “In unsam Haus”, Average, Da Staummtisch, Kayo, Hinterland and Texta offer a deeper look at the home base of the Stahlstadters. And, as befits a real home party, guests should not miss it. For example, Black Milk from Detroit contributed beats to the album by Tonträger Records’ record team.
On Saturday, February 25th, Mojo Incorporation and Bananz are guests at the home game. two oh. The sets contain everything your heart desires: lard, poise, sexiness, plenty of hip lyricism – and all-new vinyl.
At BORG Linz Sounds on Thursday, March 2, four new bands from the sixth and seventh grades from the “BORG-Linz for Popular and Computer Music” talent factory will exclusively present their own compositions. Free admission!
Oscar Haag closes the Home Games Festival. The 17-year-old exceptional talent also has her debut album “Teenage Lullabies” with him. The musician was the first person ever to achieve the feat of topping the FM4 charts with his three singles ‘Stargazing’, ‘Black Dress’ and ‘The Summer We Need’.
“A home game that starts with Yasmo and ends with Oscar Haag can’t be bad,” said Steiner and Kremser.
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