Once again, Osnabrück is one of those cities we’ve always driven past but never played. Something weird happened on the way. Osnabrück moved. And moved again. The closer we seemed to come, the further it seemed to go. Until it was in the Atlantic ocean and 9 hours had passed and we still hadn’t arrived. And then I woke up and realised we were in a traffic jam.
Despite our the ridiculously long journey, we had a lot of fun. The Kleine Freiheit (on Hamburger Strasse, geddit?) is a cool place where they took the best (worst) part of a seaside, the SAND, yeah, and put it in the middle of a former railyard. Cause railyards are kind of like the seaside. Whatever. There was a hawaiian vibe about the place.
Osnabrück, we would love to come back soon, if that’s alright?
Aaaaaah. Photo taken from the Osnabrück Zeitung. Read the review by Matthias Liedtke here: http://www.noz.de/lokales/63188584/popsalon-entdecker-festival-in-osnabrueck-mit-ueberzeugenden-auftritten-an-drei-orten