Sharks Moove

6/16/24 in Ostseebad Ahrenshoop

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Jazz & Chanson

as part of the 23rd Ahrenshoop Jazz Festival

Nikolaus Neuser (tp/tr), Patrick Braun (ts), Nik Leistle (bar), Fritz Mikefoun (voc, pkn), Kevin McLaughlin (dr)

Sharks Moove: Songs you like to hear from all eras - that's the motto of this lively five-piece. Everything in the true New Orleans sound with brass and timpani. These are jazz classics and swinging 50s songs, but not only: hits from country, soul and even disco are celebrated "unplugged". With top-class soloists who have played throughout Germany with the biggest names in the business such as Til Brönner, Paul Mouseme, Manfred Krug and the Berlin Jazz Orchestra. They garnish their racy jazz with fresh humor.

Good to know


Admission with the jazz flag (from 18 years) for all concerts in the village, on four days

  • 20 €

The jazz flag entitles you to attend all concerts of the 23rd Ahrenshooper Jazzfest with the exception of the concerts on the main stage in Eva's summer garden.
For the concerts on the main stage, a one-way ticket or a festival ticket must be purchased, in which the jazz flag is included.

Flags are available here:

  • Kurverwaltung Ahrenshoop
  • in all participating event venues from June 05, 2024
Event dates
  • Sunday, Jun 16, 2024 10:00 - 12:00 clock
Event Location

Artists' quarter Seezeichen

Dorfstraße 22
18347 Ostseebad Ahrenshoop
038220 678 300
Contact the organiser

Baltic resort Ahrenshoop spa administration

Kirchnersgang 2
18347 Ahrenshoop
+49 (0)38220 6666 10
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