Dan Bern and his International Jewish Banking Conspiracy will perform at the Hochschule für Gestaltung on Tuesday, June 3rd, in Karlsruhe, Germany. The show is presented by the student senate at the HfG (ASTA) and Karlsruhe-based ebong.org.
Dan's performance will be the centerpiece of the annual HfG Sommerfest in the main art space, der Lichthof, or "Light Court." Student admission is free as is entrance for those who mention ebong.org at the door.
By Dennis Kleiman
German beer, barbeque and plenty of "arty folk" will serve as the backdrop to this very special engagement with one of the most prolific and fascinating singer/songwriters in the world today. Hotel information, maps and train schedules are available at ebong.org.
Karlsruhe is located in the Rhein valley, 30 minutes from France and roughly 1.5 hours from the Swiss/German border.
Bern's European tour continues on June 7th at the Kiff in Aarau, Switzerland, just outside of Zurich on the road to, well... Bern. This show is also free to the public. Beer sales will offset the cost of the band, so drink up.
If you are an American studying in Western Europe or just traveling, put these two shows on your calendar. There will be plenty of your kind of people at both of these events. We look forward to welcoming you - ebong style.
A member of the ebong crew will interview Dan before the show at the HfG in studio where he will answer a few questions and perform a few of his 2000+ songs. Transcripts will be available at both JamBase.com and ebong.org in the coming weeks. Audio segments and some streaming video will be made available to registered ebong users a week or so later.
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