Adam has been invited back to Kiel to the "International Cafe" at Flandernbunker. The bunker-turned-museum offers an honest and open look into the historical events that took place there. This year, the cafe will run parallel to the open war ships at the harbour as a direct call for a dialogue for peace.

Although Adam is geographically closer to the harbour town of Esbjerg in Denmark, the music scene in Kiel has been more welcoming for Adam and his music for many years now. Starting back in 2009, Adam has been consistently invited to play his music in Kiel from folk festivals to house concerts, cafes and museums. Kiel now has a special place for Adam and he enjoys the people and places he meets and sees there everytime.

Toke Knudsmark (bass) will join Adam on stage.