“Old Town Pearls” – seven free concerts in the city center | CELLEHEUTE.DE

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THAT. “Experience great artists in great places, rediscover the city center of Celle.” That is the motto of the “Old Town Pearls”, a series of events that will take place from 25.09. until October 9th, 2022 at different venues in the old town of Celle. “For young and old, from jazz to classical and from cabaret to drum and bass. We want to appeal to as many people as possible with the ‘Old Town Pearls’,” explains Carsten Dapper from culture across the board as organizer of the series. Co-organizer Maximilian Mund von MM event technology adds: “We are particularly pleased that we can offer all concerts free of charge thanks to a grant for the visitors.” European Regional Development Fund of the EU. Program Sun, September 25, 2022, 5:00 p.m. | “Cabaret on the church tower”
Matthias Brodowy on the steeple of the town church

Sun, 02.10.2022, 5:30 p.m. | “Beatles on the Roof”
The Lonely Star-Club Band from Berlin on the roof of the art museum

Mon, 03.10.2022, 11:00 a.m. | “Beats in the vaulted cellar” The DJ duo Umbrella Crew from Hamburg (both originally from Celle) in the time travel (ahem. Ayado) 5:00 p.m. | “Arabic Jazz in the Bauhaus” The Berlin Band Hours (German Jazz Prize 2021) im Director’s House at the French Garden Fri, 07.10.2022, 8 p.m. | “A Klazz of its Own im Schloss” Markus Becker and Lutz Krajenski in the Knights’ Hall of Celle Castle Sat, 08.10.2022, 9 p.m. | “Drum and Bass in the Rathsmühle”
DJANE 3NLIGHT & Local Cellshock-Heroes in the historic Rathsmühle am Allerwehr Sun, 09.10.2022, 4:00 p.m. | “Poetry and Parodies in the Park” The singer-songwriter Fee Badenius and the musical covert duo Rice Against The Dishwasher on the water in the castle park Some venues have a limited capacity for visitors. Details and further information on the individual events can be found under www.altstadtperlen.de to find.

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