What do you do when Friedrichshain is calling? You answer!
On Saturday, 23rd of May, you’ll have the opportunity to put that to a test at Friedrichshain Calling! – Will you follow?! at Cassiopeia. There’ll be tunes to dance to, drinks+ to consume and a good time to have. Everything that makes F-Hain unique will be there at the taking. Downstairs, upstairs, in the garden and in the table soccer area, come and join the gang.
Denn niemand ist gemeiner als’n Friechrichshainer!
Doors: 11pm. Entry 8€. Rsvp on Cassiopeia’s event page to get a spot on the guestlist and you’ll get in for 6€.
Let’s get bold on Friday! Suicide Circus hosts BOLD a colourful evening full of ecstatic music. In the club Mohalo live (VC-118A / Mohlao, meanwhile, silent season), DJ MORI (merkur, suicide), Khadija (Midnight Shift, New York) and SDX (suicide, bold) will serve you exquisit tunes, while DJ Krime (dizzy tunes) and Armin (melting point, suicide) will make you dance in the outside area.
Be bold and join the cool kids, because they do it too.
Espin will celebrate the release of his debut album at Badehaus on Thursday, 24th of May. It’s an honest, emotional and brave piece of music waiting to be listend to and loved. There’ll be casio beats, synths, saxophone, piano, pop and guitar, a true melting pot of sounds. The night will be opened by the amazing Teresa Bergman. If all this isn’t enough for you to go and see the show, we’re at our wit’s end.
Hellraiser is a horror classic and this Friday, May 18th, Saal 2 – Programmkino in Prenzlauer Berg screens this bone chilling piece of film history at midnight. So if you haven’t seen Hellraiser, this is your chance to make up on some popcultural history. It’ll be worth it.
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.
The Musikexpress, Germany’s influential and longest running music magazines, celebrates its 750th issue and you are all invited. There will be beer, pizza and two straight hours of amazing tunes. It’s the best way to start the evening after a day’s work.
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.