Concert with “Gentleman” on 10 July 2020 at the BW-Bank Kulturwasen event
- The Mercedes-Benz Museum is participating in the BW-Bank Kulturwasen cultural event
- Finest reggae music to enjoy: Open-air music with a festival atmosphere
- All the official rules designed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus are being met
Stuttgart. The Mercedes-Benz Summer Concerts have had to be cancelled this year. However, the Mercedes-Benz Museum is still offering rousing open-air music with a festival atmosphere: On 10 July 2020 at 8 p.m., “Gentleman” will be performing at the BW-Bank Kulturwasen event. This Mercedes-Benz Museum concert is a drive-in event, and admission is from 6.30 p.m. The sound for what is happening on stage is transmitted directly into the sound system of the car - so a good sound experience is guaranteed.
The “Gentleman” in question is Tilmann Otto – who will be offering the finest in reggae music. This musician soaked up the reggae culture as a teenager in Jamaica and his music sounds as if it has been imported right from the heart of that Caribbean island. The music is completely authentic and even approved of by the Jamaicans themselves: “Gentleman” has not only produced studio albums in Jamaica, but has also performed there live. So this is just the right style of music for a pleasant, balmy summer evening at the Cannstatter Wasen location. Tickets for this concert highlight are available at https://kulturwasen.de.
The next Mercedes-Benz Summer Concerts will be held on the grand festival stage at the Mercedes-Benz Museum in July 2021. It has been confirmed that the performances by Álvaro Soler and Sido originally scheduled for 2020 will take place in 2021. All the tickets already sold will remain valid for that event (more information: https://www.konzertsommer.com).
BW-Bank Kulturwasen event – organisational note
All the events as part of the BW-Bank Kulturwasen on the large open-air site beside the Neckar River have been organised in such a way that the officially prescribed rules for preventing the spread of the coronavirus can be easily met. Road access to the site is in accordance with the currently valid rules applicable to public spaces. A maximum of five people from up to four households are currently allowed in one vehicle, and at the entrance visitors may be required to furnish proof of this in the form of identification documents. In cases of reasonable doubt, admission to the site may be denied.