23:d of April at Kontext Norragrängesbergsg. 19 at 8pm

The last Cafe Montag for the season equals GRAND FINALE!

(we will be back in late oktober)

day: Monday 23th of april

time: 8pm

place: Kontext, Norragrängesbergsgatan 19

On stage:

Kathrine Brucker - talks about BONGODOX - a video documentary project in Tanzania. A group of young people from a local NGO have received basic video training and are now using film to raise awareness and urge citizens to give their views on HIV/AIDS and environmental problems."


GNU - Awsome young rookie-band "popkollo-represent!" (girlsrockcamp)

Funked Up - Young band explodes in a passionate grand mixture of styles and sounds. Pretty funked up that is.


Orlando Jimmy Åkesson Bohm - Fantastic anarcho-queer gamegeek poet

Birds on Clouds - At last the full content of the sevenpeopleband - gives mellow pop.

Ida Eriksson - graduationconsert of the no.1 Nyckelharpa virtuoso, and band.

Bring your instruments and make your own toilettsession with your friends!

Be a part of the "toalettsessions" internet-movement! Filmed by the original toalettsessionfilmer - Johan Nilsson



The one-of-a-kind audioinstallation/ coffeebar invades the Kontext kitchen.

Contactmics on the espressomachine gives music and free coffee to the beloved Montag-audience!


with love/ team Montag

25th May 2009

Holy moly, what a noteworthy finale it was: On the decks Gus from the fabulous Love Bounce dishing out the finest soul grooves available in this our current universe. Then in concert THOMAS - The Dynamic Duo performing dynamic dramatic piano-drum-vocal-singer/songwriter ballads taking us across a superbly extended version of the world's longest bridge. At this point we would have already been fully pleased, but the party continued with spontaneously improvised acts: Elliot gave us some love with Siberian throat singing on the piano. Patrick Högberg shared his experience of having 666 different ways of bad sex. The amazing Men Diamler from England stunned us in duet with the German Sheppard and an incredible folk operetta about a horse who is starved by his owner so that he can use it's ribs as a xylophone. And last not but least Daniel from Steel Island and the Islanders smoothly fading the show with an improvised looper. Wow!!!

So this concludes the first season of Cafe Montag, what a great and joyful series of events it has been! Before we go on holiday though we would like to say thank you to each and everyone who has been involved and contributing to this initiative: all the artists and performers with their great acts, Carlos for showing his trust and letting us use the facilities of Cafe Simpan, Daniel and everybody else helping behind the scenes to make things happen, and of course to you all dear guests for coming by and having a good time!

Cafe Montag is expected to be back in September 2009.If you would like to be involved with this initiative, have any ideas or suggestions for future events, please contact us. If you would like to be informed about future events via email please send a message to cafemontag+subscribe@gmail.com.

Have a great blue Monday free summer!

Peace, Love and out ;-)

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