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Blurred Edges festival runs from 25 May–10 June

The 13th edition of Hamburg's two week mixed media event presents music, performances, sound installations, lectures and films

Hamburg’s Blurred Edges festival embarks on its 13th edition in May. Held over a two week period, the international event will present a selection of analogue and electronic sounds ranging across field recordings, composition and improvisation, as well as a film, performance and installation programme.

The line-up includes Alexander Schubert, Andi Otto, Rolf Bader, Björn Lücker, Decoder ensemble, Felix Kubin, Philharmonic Hamburg, Robert Klammer, and many more. The festival happens at various venues across the city, and some events are free to attend with suggested donation. Tickets for paying events are available from venue box offices. Festival passes cost €45.