If you’re looking for something different to do for the night of Tuesday, 12th of June, look no further. It’s the record release party for the latest record by Die Wilde Jagd. This time it’s called “Uhrwald Orange” and it’s an artistic audible trip into unknown spheres, unusual, experimental, exciting.
The amazing Courtney Barnett is one of the best Australian musicians at the moment (at least internationally). On Monday the 11th of June she will visit Berlin’s Astra Kulturhaus Berlin, presented by FluxFM and it’s going to be an amazing night. If you haven’t seen Courtney Barnett yet, go and have a listen. It’ll be definitely worth it. If you have seen her show already, go again, you know why 😉
Doors at 8pm.
Starting today Kesselhaus acoustics presents six Tuesday nights filled with live, acoustic music. Indie, Rock, Pop, Kleinkunst – it’s always a surprise and always worth it.
The concerts take place at KulturBrauerei and are completely free (even tho donations are appreciated). The performing musicians can be indie-stars or newcomer, starting 6pm they will all sing from the bottom of their heart, just for the attending Berliners and Berlin visitors.
With more and more people voting for the right-wing party Afd, Berlin Clubs want everyone to know that “Nazis are not on the guest list”. The techno community is everything the Afd hates: inclusive, anti-racist, queer and progressive. That’s why thousands of people walk and party this Sunday – to show that Berlin is love, tolerance AND good music. Meeting point is Hansaplatz at 11am.
This Thursday at Jazz Club at Bar Bobu the lovely Fina and Sophie Sutton will play their sweet and haunting tunes. The two talented songwriters will play their pop’n’folk gems and nobody will not be moved by these two amazing musicians. It’s gonna be a night worthwhile.
Doors at 7pm. Free entry, but donations are always welcome 🙂
If you’ve never been to the Karneval der Kulturen in Berlin you have missed on one of the best representations of the essence of Berlin culture.
Once a year for a whole weekend all Berlin comes together to celebrate its colourful and unique, multi-cultural, vividly beating soul with a big street festival that spreads from Hermannplatz in Neukölln all the way to Möckernbrücke.
Karneval der Kulturen is an invitation to everyone to experience the cultural, gastronomical and musical variety of the city. It’s easy to spend the whole weekend strolling from stall to stall, watching bands play in the streets or to take in the whirlwind that is the parade on Sunday.
A must see!
Around the celebrations for the 1st of May there’ll be a Free Open Air at the Bolzplatz in Falkensteinstraße in Kreuzberg. Come and listen to Techno & House, dance, have fun and support the local Cafés and Spätis. Entrance is free and everybody is welcome. Just take care of your trash, avoid bringing glass bottles and pets and be friendly and respectful with the people around you.
The 1st of May is International Workers Day and in Berlin it’s celebrated with the Myfest 2018 in Kreuzberg. It’s a tradition. It’s a festival. It’s a great vibe. It’s as Berlin as it can get. Don’t miss out on this.
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