With a party tram, it is off to Simmering – target destination is Szene Wien, where the Bad Weibz live concert is being held. With singing, rap and breakdancing, the twelve protagonists perform their own pieces and brave the challenges of everyday life both on and behind the stage.
Good Vibes, Bad Weibz: Music is the medium which a group of women proverbially make themselves heard with. The majority of the twelve protagonists have a history of migration, however, they all come from very different parts of society. Accompanied by professional coaches – among them, the rapper, Svaba Ortak, composer, Markus Frechinger as well as Rane, Amir Sharif and Abdulgadir from the Viennese hip-hop crew, Eastblok Family – they develop their own songs in which they handle their experiences with discrimination in the working world, sexism in everyday life and misogynistic violence. However, the WIENWOCHE project, Bad Weibz, does not only offer young singers and rappers a stage to perform on – with the Eastblok Steps and the Viberz Crew, there are also two new dance groups kicking off.
A party tram brings the visitors from the Old Stock Exchange to Simmering where the great Bad Weibz is taking place at Szene Wien. During the trip, as a warm up, the audience will get a first taste of a few live samples; also, documentary clips of the joint work on the project along with the coaches are going to be presented. With a voice of confidence, the participants of Bad Weibz convey their messages in solo and joint performances to the mainstream of society – beyond common gender stereotypes and "sex sells" attitudes.
Appearing on concert stage as special guests, they will be joined by the Eastblok Family feat. Svaba Ortak and Semkoo as well as by Mevlut Khan.
In cooperation with ((szene)).
Other stops to get on:
approx. 18h30 Tram stop 1010, Kärntner Ring, Oper
approx. 18h45 Tram stop 1030, Rennweg, S-Bahn
With music by Ana Lucia, Susann, Melody and Vanessa, dancing shows by Eastblok Steps and Viberz Crew. Special Guests: Eastblok Family feat. Svaba Ortak and Semkoo, Mevlut Khan.