During the Advent season, the Treibhaus Acts concert series invites you to a cozy pre-Christmas evening with mulled wine and three singer-songwriters:
Melli has a pretty loud voice for someone so small. She describes her music as "colorful emotional chaos". Melli sings about breaking up and breaking away, about friendship and disappointed love, mostly in English, more and more often in German. Last year she sang on The Voice of Germany(video).
The self-written songs by Munich-based Tina Menger are relaxed, soulful and wintry. In her fairytale-like lyrics, Tina talks about her time in Korea. With an upside-down acoustic guitar and her interesting mix of folk and soul, she plays the city's stages.
Singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and former street musician Jan Paulsteiner has been touring Germany's clubs and festivals as "Philomenas Tailor" since 2017 with melancholic and danceable folk songs. He has played as tour support for DJANGO 3000 and cites Angus & Julia Stone, Ben Howard and Mumford & Sons as his inspirations.
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 young musicians a stage who are still at the beginning and can ask for performance opportunities at firstname.lastname@example.org
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.This content has been machine translated.
VVK 4 € in the greenhouse or with artists AK 5 €