We are very pleased to announce that the Ja Ja Ja Club Nights will take up residency in Berlin from fall 2014. We are now opening a Call for Submissions for the first nights (9.10 | 13.11 and 11.12). Find more information about the nights and the submission process below.
The nights will take place at the FluxBau, our mediapartner Flux FM’s own venue right by the Spree. Other online partners include the respected online site Nothing But Hope and Passion and Zitty Magazine.
The night’s online and social media PR will be handled by our good friends at Nordic By Nature, who have a longstanding love affair with Nordic music and Schonberg Concerts will be our local Berlin promoter.
In the booking group we’ve been lucky to secure some terrific German music professionals who will make sure the best new music is filtered through and that it is relevant for the German market.
- Ueli Häfliger (Head of Music) – Flux FM
- Robert Hellbig (CEO / Founder) – Nothing But Hope and Passion
- Sven Städtler (Head of Promotion & Partner) – Verstärker Medienmarketing
- Nina Legnehed/Steffi von Kannemann (Owners) – Nordic By Nature
- Tina Krüger (Head of Booking) – Karsten Jahnke
- Philipp Jacob-Pahl, (Agent / Promoter) – Selective Artists
- Björn Bauch (Head Of Berlin Office) – Konzertbüro Schoneberg
The Call for Submissions is open but we highlight that Ja Ja Ja is a platform for “export ready” bands. The submissions will be filtered by the respective export office and sent to the booking group for consideration.
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E-mail the form to email@example.com and be part of the booking process for JaJaJa in Berlin fall 2014.
Travel support and fees
Artists chosen to play Ja Ja Ja will usually automatically qualify for travel support from their respective Export ofﬁce.
Terms and conditions are set by each ofﬁce on an individual basis so you should contact them for more information. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The night is ticketed at a low entry price and will be used to cover production and marketing costs of the night.
History and Background
Ja Ja Ja has become one of the most respected showcase platforms in the UK and the night keeps going from strength to strength, delivering tangible results for a significant amount of the bands playing. Since its launch in 2009, the night has helped Nordic bands identify and secure international partners, garner media attention as well as growing their fan base. In its later years the Ja Ja Ja Online Magazine was born and last year saw the birth of the Ja Ja Ja Festival at the prestigious Roundhouse in London.
We have regularly surveyed every professional team behind showcasing bands. One of the questions asked has been if we should look into establishing a similar concept in other countries than England. The answer is a solid YES. When asked what country, the overwhelming majority (90%) answered Germany.
The German Music Market
The German music market is widely considered the most important export market for Nordic exports. It is the 3rd largest recorded music market in the world and boosts a strong live sector. Nordic music already has a strong brand in the territory.
For further questions to the Swedish export office, please get in touch with:
Export Music Sweden