Win tickets to see Scooter live and watch an exclusive teaser video

20 years of hardcore techno, and still killing it—and you could be there to witness an intimate anniversary show!
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**UPDATE: Winners have been chosen and notified. Unsuccessful? You can still watch the concert as it happens via our live stream—full details here** 

It’s hard to believe, but Scooter have been fantastically popular in their homeland of Germany and abroad for 20 years now. We’re certainly no stranger to either their hardcore techno or frontman H.P. Baxxter‘s wry sense of humor; both of which make seeing the group (a trio comprised of Baxxter, Michael Simon and Rick J. Jordan) live a pleasure beyond nostalgia, even after all these years. That’s why Electronic Beats and Telekom are proud to present an exclusive 20th anniversary performance of Scooter, live before a limited-capacity crowd in their home town of Hamburg, Germany, at Uebel & Gefährlich on December 5th.

For everyone unable to attend the show, we’ll be providing a live video stream of Scooter’s Hamburg performance here at electronicbeats.net on December 5th.

How do you buy tickets, you ask? The answer is that you can’t. Sorry. You can, however, win them. How, you ask? Simple, by answering our question:

On what floor is the Uebel & Gefährlich club? 1st floor? 4th floor or 7th floor?

Simply fill out your information and the answer and you’ll qualify to be selected as one of the audience. Come on, move your ass—this one’s gonna fill up fast!

 

 
This special event takes place in a small venue, so for anyone who doesn’t win, you’ll have the opportunity to catch Scooter on their German tour in 2014 (dates below). And all Scooter fans should know that our very own Editor-in-Chief, Max Dax, has collaborated with the band to bring you the book, Scooter: Always Hardcore, published on November 18th.

Scooter 2014 German tour dates:

07.01. Lingen – EmslandArena
09.01. Hannover – Swiss Life Hall
10.01. Leipzig – Arena
11.01. Berlin – O2 World
14.01. Bamberg – Stechert Arena
16.01. München – Zenith
17.01. Stuttgart – Porsche Arena
18.01. Düsseldorf – Mitsubishi Electric Halle
19.01. Freiburg – Rothaus Arena
21.01. Offenbach – Stadthalle
23.01. Dortmund – Westfalenhalle
24.01. Hamburg – O2 World

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