Theater, Performance und Tanz in Hamburg - Kampnagel

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Internationales Sommerfestival 2020
Festival Avant-Garten:

Festival für Kinder: Maike Rosa Vogel, DJ Kekse, Manuel Muerte, Dino Paris...

  • DJ Kekse
  • © Anja Beutler
    © Paula Tschira
    © Sinje Hasheider
  • Maike Rosa Vogel
Kids / Kampnagel
  • Tickets: 3 Euro
  • (Entry ticket for the Avant-Garden, valid for all events and installations in the Avant-Garden on the same day. Free admission – subject to capacity – with a ticket for a performance in the halls on the same evening.)

  • Sun, 30.08.2020 from 13:00
    Festival Avant-Garten Tagesticket Tickets


The last afternoon of the festival belongs to children and the young at heart: In the Festival Avant-Garten, there are games, magic shows and concerts by artists who would also be in good hands in Kampnagel's evening programme - and therefore make it all the more fun for children. 


Wald-Bühne & Kanal-Bühne & Festivalgarden

14:00 - 18:00 (Entry at 13:00)




She sings about love, coal energy and Yoko Ono, has composed music for theatre performances by Milan Peschel and a film by Doris Dörries, and began as a Pop Academy fellow student and co-musician of Konstantin Gropper (Get Well Soon): Today, after four solo albums, Maike Rosa Vogel is one of the most famous German songwriters, who creates poetic psychograms from text and music. Vogel's songs are outlets for high boiled feelings, she thinks loudly and truthfully mostly in minor key. The proximity to lyrical pop bands like Element of Crime is audible, and their writing singer Sven Regener ("Herr Lehmann") can also be heard on the trumpet on Maike Rosa Vogel's latest album "Eine Wirklichkeit". The fact that her songs can also inspire children was recently demonstrated by the musician with the country song "Feige Nuss" (Fig Nut) on the children's music album "Unter meinem Bett 5". "I may be afraid, but after all I am me" she sings there with a self-confident point.


DJ Kekse is a kids party DJ with a background in Berlins club culture. In his kitchen, fine things come out of the oven and onto the record stove. A good pinch of bass, fine beats, subtly mixed and seasoned with everything that is fun – just delicious!



Jan Preißler develops pieces and music for theatre, film and installations, sings and plays various instruments with the noise pop band "Vögel die Erde essen" and with the electronica duo Wælder. With his latest solo project Dino Paris & the Choir of Darkness he released his debut album "Alles wird ganz schlimm" (Kreismusik) in April. Irony meets world-weariness: Dino Paris is happy about climate change, describes his own funeral, finds signs of the imminent end of the world and informs about current virus software. He also knows why every suburban train would rather be a regional train and that even a litter box in space is somehow dialectical. Dino Paris is accompanied by the mysterious Chorus of Darkness, which is so mysterious that nobody knows exactly who it is. Jan Preißler (guitar and vocals) / Boris Nielsen (synthesizer)



The real magician belongs to the world elite of close-up magic and was awarded the important Sarmoti Prize in Las Vegas, donated by the famous magician couple Sigfried and Roy. With his stage productions, he is a regular guest at Kampnagel and now also takes younger people to the limits of understanding with his magical abilities.


This year, the festival garden designed by JASCHA&FRANZ will be as special as the summer festival: In Hamburg's pearl of art leisure parks, there will not only be installations, performances and culinary delights, but also a daily changing programme on two open-air stages (details in the programme overview). Due to the Corona-related capacity restrictions for events, tickets for the individual evenings in the garden are available for the symbolic price of 3 Euros in advance and additionally at the Festival box office. A third stage is located on the piazza at the main entrance (free of charge with a seat outside the Peacetanbul Restaurant). With a ticket for another festival performance on the same evening you can enter the garden for free - as long as there is enough capacity, otherwise there might be bridgeable waiting times.  


This year the summer festival takes place under special circumstances. Therefore it is important that we observe security measures to protect everyone and collect the contact information of our guests. This works without complications, but only with your help:

·         Everywhere: Keep a distance of 1.5m, except in self-chosen groups of max. 10 people;

·         In all indoor areas: Wear mouth-nose-protection, except in fixed seating areas;

·         In the festival garden and in the Peacetanbul Restaurant: please always register as soon as you take a seat. The registration is done analogue with pen and paper or digital via a QR CODE. More information on site.


Here you will find the current coronavirus hygiene rules for your visit.

FUNDED BY KinderKulturFonds under the umbrella of Hamburgische Kulturstiftung.

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