In the summer of 2017, we decided to set up an online magazine. Filled with interviews, reviews and band introductions, it has become an opportunity for us to support the scene and local bands in the way they deserve. An initial hobby grew into a passion that we have followed from day one. In the meantime, our content has changed in many areas, but the spirit has remained the same. Driven by the positive response and the joy of writing, design and music, we regularly provide news about national and international bands, tattoo artists, festivals, concerts, self-tests, the Crowdsalat Magazin team and much more! Our magazine is now also available by subscription - so if you don't want to miss anything, you can subscribe to our magazine for 10 € a year!
(NOTE: The magazine itself is german, but you can find interesting news in english in our blog too!)
So we started looking around for a location, inquiring about bands and even trying to find our way around the event industry. In the beginning we actually wanted to keep things small, a few local acts, at most one international act. In the end it didn't work out that way, but we just wanted to offer you a little more. With eleven bands, including four international and seven local acts, we have fulfilled a dream we have had for five years. And we owe all of this to you. We couldn't be happier to have such a big, strong community like you guys. We're always excited about every familiar face we meet at shows. We are grateful for every band that gives us the opportunity to improve in every way and we look forward to regularly offering you the Crowdsalat Festival.
In addition to our passion for journalism, we have discovered organizing concerts and festivals for ourselves. On October 19th we hosted the first ever Crowdsalat Festival and are still completely overwhelmed and stunned by your incredible support. When we started, we would never have dreamed of taking such a big step and getting so much support from you for it. Although we didn't know how exactly to set up a festival, we thought we'd just have to give it a try. After all, it can't do more than go wrong.