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In the organizer's words:

British rock, Icelandic vibes and King Ubu

In a uniquely varied concert, three young experimental Munich indie-alternative bands create pub flair, wanderlust and night trance.

A move from Southampton, England enriched Munich with the rock trio MOEHLZART. Songs from home recordings arranged for unreasonably loud live gigs like 2023 at the StuStaCulum festival.

Dutch-born singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer LISETTE LOWE travels the world with her backpack and guitar, creating atmospheric soundscapes between ambient and post-rock with complex fingerpicking and folk roots.

The neo-krautrock trio UBU IMPERATOR came together in the cellars of Giesinger Alpenstraße in 2022 during numerous jam sessions. Guitar, drums and synthesizers gradually gave rise to realms between reverie and drama, harmonies and noise, rhythm and chaos. Their first DIY recordings are available on cassette.

Lisette Lowe (folk/post-rock/ambient)

Ubu Imperator (Neo-Krautrock)
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Moehlzart (Brit-Rock/Indie/Funk)
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With the Treibhaus Acts concert series, the Treibhaus youth center organizes a monthly concert evening with three local, young bands or solo musicians. Treibhaus is supported by the Schule Beruf association and sponsored by the social department of the city of Munich and the district committee 19. Its young staff attach great importance to affordable admission and drink prices - beer 0.5l for €3, mineral water 0.3l for €1 - and to giving a stage to young musicians who are just starting out and can ask for performance opportunities at

How to get there

U3, bus 63/132 Forstenrieder Allee, Züricher Str. 39, bicycle parking available.


The Treibhaus staff are present in large numbers on concert evenings and ensure moderate alcohol consumption (tap water is free of charge), as well as a peaceful, open, respectful and confidential atmosphere. Please listen carefully to the musicians. The youth center welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds. Queer people are expressly invited. Admission from 14 years, children between 6-14 years accompanied.


Disabled people can attend concerts without barriers. The Treibhaus is at ground level, a disabled toilet is available, the stage is small and easy to see. There is free hearing protection and several seating options. There is an elevator at the subway station.

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Treibhaus Züricher Str. 39 81476 München

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