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Liebe Freunde und Freundinnen, liebe Gäste, liebe CBE-Familie,

Aufgrund der momentanen Zuspitzung der pandemischen Lage haben wir gemeinsam mit den beteiligten Veranstalter*innen, Künstler*innen und unserem Team die Entscheidung getroffen, alle Partyveranstaltungen im CBE und YUCA bis auf Weiteres abzusagen. Wir sehen uns ob des hohen Infektionsdrucks und dem damit einhergehenden Risiko nicht in der Lage, diese Veranstaltungen wie geplant und vor allem sicher für alle Beteiligten durchzuführen.

Wie es in den kommenden Tagen und Wochen weitergeht, können wir an dieser Stelle noch nicht sagen. Wir werden Euch selbstverständlich an dieser Stelle direkt informieren sobald es Neuerungen gibt.

Trotz der dunklen Tage und der schwierigen Nachrichten schauen wir guten Mutes in die kommende Zeit, denn der letzte Lockdown hat uns eines gelehrt – Krisen sind immer Zeiten sich auf das zu besinnen was uns ausmacht und aus seinen Fehlern zu lernen.

Wie schon ein weiser Panther einst sagte:
Das ist nicht das Ende aller Tage, wir kommen wieder, keine Frage!

Bis bald
Eure CBE-Crew

17.05.2022 - Club Bahnhof Ehrenfeld

Rebecca Black

Rebecca Black

Eventinfos

Abendkasse TBA
Datum 17.05.2022
Einlass 19:00
Location Yuca
In 2021, Rebecca Black, an artist adored by her online community of 1.5 Million YouTube subscribers and 1 Million Instagram followers (@msrebeccablack), delivered her first music project in 10 years, a six-track hyperpop-infused sonic journey titled “Rebecca Black Was Here,” which the tour is aptly named -- listen HERE! The project opens with “Better In My Memory,” a new song with boosted bass and a retro feeling, highlighting its nostalgia focused lyrics. “Personal,” a track that melts bubble-gum pop and hyperpop glitches as smooth as The Secret World of Alex Mack and “NGL” is distorted to perfection and even references crying to Sky Ferreira. “Blue” introduces a more sultry, sensual, yet sad, side of the project, followed by “Worth It For The Feeling,” in which the soon to be 24-year-old grapples over an ex-lover. The project closes with the anthemic track “Girlfriend,” which Rebecca performed on the Tamron Hall Show, and after 5 tracks of getting over her, Black is “getting back with [her] girlfriend.” In 2011, Black’s viral hit “Friday” was viewed by more than 150 million people worldwide and became the fastest-growing song and video that year; but 2021 is the real year Rebecca Black solidified her stamp on pop culture. With a new RIAA Gold certification under her belt, “Rebecca Black is having a major moment, right now,” PAPER declared and NYLON cosigned "Rebecca Black has been on a roll lately.” One year after coming-out on the ‘Dating Straight’ podcast, Rebecca Black performed on the GLAAD Media Awards with a “best musical moment” highlight from Billboard, who also named the track “bubbly...fun... and... the exact kind of pick-me-up that so many of us are looking for.” She also proudly received the honor of Variety’s ‘Power of Pride’ 2021 list, Logo30, Bustle’s Pride Yearbook & more. In her leisure, Rebecca advocates for anti-bullying, mental health initiatives and the LGBTQ+ community, across recent partnerships with the AdCouncil, GLAAD, and Best Buddies.