"I am totally exhausted, but completely happy that this unique concert was a success," said Samuel Harfst after completing the feat, recognised by the Guinness Book of Records, with band members David Harfst and Dirk Menger.
The trio was only allowed a five-minute break per hour and no more than a 30-second breather between songs. And no song could be played more often than once every four hours.
The Popkomm, at the historic Tempelhof airport, the now-defunct hub of the 1948-1949 Berlin Airlift, runs until Friday.
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