Sarah McCoy

Catch-up date of 05/12/2019 and replacement date of 06/22/20. All tickets already purchased remain valid.

Sun, 2021/09/26

"The stories of a survivor, full of disappointed hopes and lost friendships, performed with defiance and determination." – music journalist Brett Milano about Sarah McCoy's music

All songs of Sarah McCoy's major label debut Blood Siren are written by herself – and produced in collaboration with Chilly Gonzales and Renaud Letang. In sum the album is the result of a personal wandering and catharsis, that swings between blues, jazz, film noir pop and underworld cabaret, ensnaring the listener with beauty and quiet horror. 

Sarah McCoy was born in Pine Plains, a village with only 2,500 inhabitants near New York. She spent most of her twenties as a singer and pianist in the clubs of New Orleans – a city full of traditions, myths, blows of fate and a lot of magic. And at the same time the perfect place for the drop-out life she chose in her early 20s. Now, at 33, she is turning her own twisted biography into musical poetry. And is at peace with the gloomy figure, she embodies on the cover of her album.

Monday, June 21, 2021
Doors: 7 pm / Concert: 8 pm

Some notes on the event:

  • Please use the online ticket sale. All data registered online or on site will be stored for four weeks for contact tracing and then destroyed.
  • It is necessary to wear a medical or FFP2 mask in all areas (can be removed at the seating area during the event), to keep distance to other people at all times (at least 1.5 metres), to wash or disinfect your hands regularly and to only sneeze or cough into the crook of your arm.
  • In order to attend the event, you must currently provide proof of a daily negative test, of complete vaccination (the last vaccination must be 14 days ago) or of recovery.
  • Please pay attention to signposting, indications and routing.
  • Fixed seating are allocated.
  • Visitors with symptoms of a cold and those who have had contact with a person suffering from COVID-19 in the last 14 days are asked to stay at home for their own protection and that of others. Guests with recognisable symptoms of a respiratory infection and those who are unwilling to engage with our precautions will unfortunately have to be asked to leave.
  • We recommend using the federal government's Corona-Warn-App.