Dresden: Broilers in Dresden: Everything you need to know about the concert on the banks of the Elbe

Broilers in Dresden: Everything you need to know about the concert on the banks of the Elbe

Is my concert ticket still valid? Are there still tickets for Broilers on the banks of the Elbe? When is the party? And what items am I not allowed to bring? The most important answers to Thursday’s concert.

The Broilers – here frontman of Sammy Amara – at a concert at Dresden’s Elbufer five years ago: During this time, the Düsseldorf punks delighted around 11,000 fans at movie nights.
© Thomas Kretschel (archive)

Dresden. The Broilers announced that 2020 would be their “most intense year so far”: 25 years of the band’s history, “mighty new album of hits” and even their own gin, Düsseldorf punks wanted to celebrate at eight outdoor events – after a two-year hiatus, he did. But the voluntary hiatus was followed by an almost as long, involuntary hiatus, when the crown pandemic made live concerts and other major events virtually impossible overnight.

The scheduled concert during the movie nights on the banks of the Elbe in Dresden was also wronged and twice postponed. Eventually it will happen on Thursday. What ticket holders and spontaneous broiler fans should know.

Are old tickets for Broilers in Dresden still valid?

Originally, Broilers were supposed to sway the banks of the Elbe on July 24, 2020, but then an alternative date was found on July 23, 2021, which, however, could not be met due to the pandemic. Now, the Broilers will finally take the stage at the Movie Evenings on Thursday, July 21. Anyone who has already had tickets for 2020 or 2021 can be happy: tickets remain valid, cardholders don’t have to do anything else.

However, if the new concert date doesn’t suit you at all, you still have the option of returning your tickets and getting your money back using the Eventim resignation form.

Are there any tickets for Broilers for the movie nights?

According to Filmnächt am Elbufer, the Broilers concert on Thursday night is already sold out. If you look at Eventim, tickets are still available. They cost 52.10 euros. Concert tickets are also sold from fans to fans on the Eventim Marketplace.

When is the admission to the Broilers concert in Dresden?

The concert on the Elbe starts at 6.15pm, but not directly with the Broilers. The previous special guests will be Danko Jones, a Canadian blues rock garage band, and The Bones, a Swedish punk band ‘n’ roll. Admission from 17:00 Access to the grounds is possible from both the Carolabrücke and Augustusbrücke sides.

What’s the best way to get to the banks of the Elbe?

As every year, film nights by the Elbe take place on the Königsufer, next to the Carol Bridge and below the Saxon Ministry of Finance on the Neustadt side.

The most convenient way to get there – with the exception of bicycles directly via the Elberadweg – is by tram. Lines 3, 7 and 8 go to “Carolaplatz”, from there you walk towards Carolabrücke and then turn right down to the Filmnachte directly on the Elbe. Lines 4 and 9 lead to “Neustädter Markt”. Then only a few meters to the concert venue.

If you are arriving by car, you may have to look for a parking space for a while. Several parking spaces are available at Wiesentorstraße, Sarrasanistraße and Theresienstraße. People with mobility impairments can use the car park of the Ministry of Finance at Wiesentorstrasse. There are 20 parking spaces for them. Access is on the path above the Königsufer in Carolabrücke, then please report to the staff.

What else do I have to consider during the concert?

The organizer asks for your understanding “that the longer waiting time at the entrance cannot be avoided due to the increased controls” and calls for an earlier arrival. Backpacks, handbags larger than A4 or larger items of any kind may not be brought into the property. Notebooks, tablets, professional cameras or other audio and video recording devices are also prohibited.

In addition, concert-goers are not allowed to bring their own food and drinks in glass bottles and cans. “The exception is the 0.5-liter tetrapack without a screw cap or a 0.5-liter PET bottle without a screw cap for personal use with alcohol-free content.” There are several drink stalls and various food options on the Film Nights website.

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