Summer in the city – best beach bars, chill out places and parks in Berlin

You planning to visit Berlin now or in the coming weeks? Surely you will visit the main touristic spots, like Brandenburg Gate, Fernsehturm, Eastside Galaery and so on. But Berliners like to chill out after a full day at the riverside, or in nice open air location with cold beer and good music. Here are some of the best places you shouldn’t miss.

Sommer in Berlin

Bearchbars, Cafes or Sitting Outside:
Klunkerkranich

At the parking level of the shopping mall Neukölln Arcaden you can find not only a chill-out-café-bar called Klunkerkranich but also one of the best views over Berlin. You should definitely go there in case you are – by chance – one of these people in Berlin that are NOT blessed with their own gigantic roof terrace. You are not alone if you are one of them. Not alone at all.

Prinzessinnengarten

The Prinzessinnengarten is a mobile garden next Moritzplatz in Kreuzberg. In the shade of the trees you can have a relaxing beer, or try a snack of the homemade organic food.

Club der Visionäre

Club der Visionäre aka CdV is a bar swimming on the water of a sidearm of the river together with the bar Freischwimmer it’s the favourite place for people from Kreuzberg and Friedrichhain to chill out on a long long Sunday afternoon. At the CdV there are always really good Dj’s playing. There are no big gigs, it’s more like they go and play in their own living room. So often you get the chance to meet some high ranking Djs.

Yaam

Yaam is one of the oldest Beach Bars in Berlin. It’s like a little island of Jamaica right in the middle of Berlin. Here you always find a little peaceful beach and chilled reggae music. At night they do some good parties too. Right now the Yaam is under threat because of a luxury condo they want to build on this location. That’s why a move is already scheduled for 2013. The new location will be the area of the former Maria/Magdalena/Josef Club and Schilling Bridge.

Badeschiff

The Badeschiff is a very unique place. Since the river Spree isn’t particularly made for swimming. They transformed to old ships into a swimming pool on the river. Pretty awesome right?! A lot of people hanging out at the Badeschiff the whole day. Swimming, chilling, sun bathing and later on dancing since they also do a lot of open air parties in the summer months.

Lichtpark

Lichtpark is one of the newer Open Air Party locations. For the weekend they provide for a small entry fee nice electronic music and a chilled location on the river. This place is often crowded by people who either just come or go to Kater Blau Club or did not get in for the Sunday after hour party but still want to make party.

Monbijou-Theater

You’ve probably been to open-air festivals at  ://about blank or  Sisyphos already. But it does not always have to be all electronic beats for crazy dance moves. At Monbijoutheater for example, you can learn to dance mambo, tango or swing. Feels like Dirty Dancing!

Admiralsbrücke

During the summer the bridge and its grassy shores are alive with droves of Berliners, relaxing and chilling with some cheap späti beers. All whilst taking in the vibes from the buskers, acoustic groups, And any other manner of movers and shakers that swings by. Free entertainment at its best! Setting the groove all the way into the night.

Tempelhofer FeldWe also recommend the big and green parks in Berlin like:

Preußenpark
Tempelhofer Feld
Insel der Jugend Treptower Park
Volkspark Friedrichshain

 

 

Images © Sabine Alex

Looking for a room in Berlin? First take a bed in our Hostel!

Just for the first few weeks…

…a bed in our hostel is a good alternative after a busy house hunting to relax and to get insider tips from our hostel team about available rooms and the most amazing parts of the city. Compared with the room rents in Berlin depending on bed category to book a bed at our hostel is often cheaper or equal. Our door is open to all home seekers. We want to make your start in Berlin as pleasant as possible.

Roughly 3.5 million people currently live in Berlin. Many of them are students who just stay for one or two semester in Berlin. And some just stay for the summer. Since the revolutionary student protests in the 70s it is common to live together in a big shared flats. It is the easiest way to settle down in Berlin and you will find many shared flats (WG) available. Since the wall came down and Berlin has grown up to be a busy metropolis the situation with the rent market has changed and the prices have gone up. Finding a proper room in a WG (German for shared flat) isn’t that easy any more. The location is very important. Among the Berlin Hipsters Friedrichshain, Kreuzberg and Neukölln are the best districts in Berlin. But finding a room there is a troublesome adventure. Standing in a long line with about 20 other Students can be a normal situation now days. But maybe we can help you. We as Berliners got plenty of experience in finding a WG since we used to live in shared flats for a long time.

 Your room at the In-district

 Which area is the best to live in? This is the first and most important question. In Berlin the answer usually is Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg. There you will find a lot of old buildings and old buildings mean large rooms and plenty of space. A must if you’re looking for a shared flat. No one wants to live in the broom closet. Friedrichshain and especially the neighbourhood around Boxhagener Platz is crowded and popular among students. It offers many pubs and cafés and of course the Revaler Straße, also known as “Technostrich” where one club chases the other. This gives you a good diversion from a stressful study. Neukölln has gotten very popular during the last few years but think about the everyday transportation. The FU Berlin is located at Dahlem. For us locals here in Friedrichshain it is in the middle of nowhere. Every day pilgrimage thousands of students to the campus in Dahlem. From Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg area the transportation could easily take you 45 minutes. The HU Berlin and TU Berlin are located straight in the middle of Berlin and are easier to reach. The technology and science headquarters are in Adlershof and it is relatively easy to reach from Friedrichshain using the S Bahn.

 How much is a shared apartment

Find your flat in BerlinThe times when you could get a cheap apartment in Berlin are long gone. But shared apartments in Berlin are still a good option for those making their first steps in the city. Around semester breaks and in the beginning of spring the renting price rises and it gets harder to find a place. There are however companies who make a lot of money with shared apartments with high rents, so when you are in Berlin take your time for your search for suitable apartment.

 Intern ship in Berlin

 It can be really hard to find a room if you are a trainee looking to stay only for few months in Berlin. For those people we got the magic word they need to look for: “Zwischenmiete” (interim tenant). Many locals are leasing their apartments/rooms out for short time period and you will find them online as well.

 Resources

For Berlin and surroundings the websites wg-gesucht.dewg-welt.dewww.studenten-wg.de and also www.kleinanzeigen.ebay.de are the most important flat- search websites on the Internet If you are staying for a short period of time look at “Mietwohnzentrale“. Of course we at the U inn Berlin Hostel can help you out ones you are here and give you a hand searching for an apartment or maybe we already know a residential community that is searching for a new member.

 Photos by: Libertinus _timl and offshore @ Flickr

World Cup 2014 Public Viewing Berlin

The Football World Cup 2014 starts tomorrow. Unfortunately it will not take place in Berlin. But who cares. We can make a Word Cup Party even without having the actual World Cup in town. Public viewing is all over Berlin! The Berliners got the World Cup fever. But where is the best public viewing spot in Berlin? We put together a list of the top public viewing spots in Berlin.

The World Cup at Cassiopeia Beer garden

At the Cassiopeia Beer garden right in the heart of Friedrichshain you can enjoy the World Cup in a urban retreat area. Surrounded by graffiti’s and abounded buildings is the Cassiopeia on of Friedrichshains favourites.

11 Freunde WM-Quartier 2014

Public viewing in Berlin Friedrichshain11 Freunde is a German Football Fanzine and they are famous for their public viewing Events for the World Cup or the Euro-Cup. Join them in a huge Arena right at Postbahnhof at Berlin Ostbahnhof. They not only showing the matches they also have talks, movies and Concerts. Entry to the Postbahnhof is free but don’t come too late. It will be packed!

Public viewing in Friedrichshain

Of course every single Bar/Cafe in on Simon-Dach Straße will be showing the Matches live on big or not so big screens. Just walk down the Simon-Dach Straße or along Wühlischstr. The Micro Brewery Hopes & Barleys for example is showing all the matches and serving freshly brewed beer.

Flux WM im Lido

Public viewing in Berlin FriedrichshainBerlins radio station FluxFM is hosting the WM Hauptquartier at the Lido Club. With big screens indoor and outdoor, BBQ and beer. They offer the perfect environment for the World Cup. And after the matches you can just went straight to party.

Fanmeile on Brandenburger Tor

The Fanmeile at Brandenburger Tor is the biggest event in Germany. Since 2006 the Fanmeile is one of the most important public viewing spots. Hundreds of thousands of football fans will join the party on Brandenburger Tor. The Fanmeile will be open on the 16.6/ 21.6/26.6 and for all matches of the knock-out rounds and the finals.

Unbrace yourselves spring is coming

This weekend spring finally kicks off! So it’s about time to give you a little update on what is going on in Berlin this spring. But first a little check-up to let you know the basics in 2014. The Berghain is still not letting you in, even after you waited for about 2 hours in the line. Sorry! The Eastside Gallery is still under threat by some greedy real estate investors. And on 25th of May the Berliners can vote on the future of the Tempelhofer Park, formally the U.S. Air Base Tempelhof.

Punk and Disorderly Festival BerlinHere are some concerts of the next weeks

First off we have the Punk & Disorderly Festival at Astra Kulturhaus from 11th – 13th of April. Punk/Ska and Oi Music for 3 days. You still can get a ticket at www.punk-disorderly.de. Same weekend different music style. Marteria a local hero plays at Max-Schmeling Halle in Prenzlauer Berg near the famous Mauerpark. Not to forget, Justin Timberlake at the O2 World and the Kaiser Chiefs @ Kesselhaus.

 

What’s up in May in Berlin

Berlin is very famous for its Airports. Tempelhof was one of the oldest Airports and became famous during the Berlin Airlift. Tegel Airport … well ok, nothing much to say about it. But our new Airport BER – Berlin Brandenburg International was covered in almost every major newspaper. How to put it the right way…? Well the airport is not finished yet. But soon, very soon, at least “they” say so. But still, in May the ILA 2014 will take place in Berlin. ILA is the leading Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition. This year’s keynote will be held by “Bob the Builder” on how to build an airport “in time”.

Bob the builderIf Robbie Williams flies in via EasyJet or if he use the train is still in the open. The Train station on Warschauer Strasse where the O2 World is located is under heavy construction right now and the most reliable way to get to the O2 World will be by boot. One thing for sure, fans of Tangerine Dream who will be playing at Admiralspalast in Mitte will fly in on their very own LSD Trip. And of course the big highlight in May will be the DFB Pokalfinale. Btw: WE DON’T CALL IT SOCCER!!!

What’s up in June in Berlin

June will almost be summer in Berlin. Definitely something we have to celebrate. How about some Arctic Monkeys @ Zitadelle or Black Sabbath at Wuhlheide, seasoned with a little bit of Aerosmith @ O2 World Berlin. For dessert we offer a colourful Christopher Street Day and the Fête de la Musique

O2 World Berlin Friedrichshian

The O2 World Berlin is located in Berlin Friedrichshain right on the River Spree next to the East-Side-Gallery. The O2 World Berlin is one of Germany’s biggest indoor sport and event centre. With its location right in the centre of Berlin its very easy to combine a weekend trip to Berlin with one of its many concerts or events. The O2 World Berlin is also home base for “Alba Berlin” and “Eisbären Berlin”. Alba Berlin is one of the most successfully team in Germany’s basketball league and the Eisbären Berlin are the kings of hockey. 7 times “Deutscher Meister”( 2005,2006,2009,2011,2012.2013) Any Questions :-P!!

Location of O2 World Berlin

O2 World Berlin Friedrichshain

Photo by Alive87@Flickr CC 2.0

The O2 World is located in Berlins night life district Friedrichshain. Just a few minutes from the Simon Dach Strasse and the Revaler Strasse with it’s many Clubs and Bar’s. Perfect for a typical Berlin after show or after hour party. The U inn Berlin Hostel is not far from the O2 World also located in Berlin Friedrichshain. Why not book your bed here and enjoy a weekend in Berlin.

Events at the O2 World Berlin

But it is not only about sports, the O2 World in Berlin Friedrichshain is also a venue for high class entertainment. With many concerts and shows the O2 World offers entertainment for everyone. You can easyly book tickets for the Eisbären or Alba on the O2 World Homepage. But be aware that many concerts sold out long in advance.

A short overview of Events and Concerts at the O2 World Berlin Friedrichshian

November:

  • Depeche Mode (25.11,27.11)
  • Placebo (28.11)

December:

  • Ice Age Live (5 – 8.12)
  • Nitro Circus (12.12)

January:

  • The Voice of Germany (02.01)
  • Scooter (11.01)
  • Michael Buble (21.01)

February:

  • Taylor Swift (07.02)
  • Ennio Morricone (11.02)
  • Andre Rieu (18.02)
  • Thirty Seconds to Mars 25.02)

March:

  • ISTAF Indooor (01.03)
  • James Blunt (03.03)
  • Night of the Jumps (7 – 8.03)
  • Status Quo (18.03)

April:

  • Santiano (12.04)
  • Justin Timberlake (24.04)

 

 

Berlin Microbrewery Guide

Berlin has a long history of beer culture. Around 1900 you found huge brewery’s in nearly every district of Berlin. Now days you still find these huge Industrial relics mostly used for cultural purpose like the “Kulturbrauerei” in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg. In times of globalisation the important brewery’s combine into one big company, brewing several brands under one Name. But since a few years many microbreweries flourish in the districts Friedrichshian, Kreuzberg and Mitte. If you come to Berlin and are on the look-out for a very special taste try out some of their creations.
Maibock, Märzen, Mondscheinbier, Schwarzbier, Bernstein, Brown Ale, Rotbier, Weizen or Schoppe Hell are just some of the names you should look out for. We put together a list of our favourite Microbrewery’s in Berlin Friedrichshain not far from the U inn Berlin Hostel and of course also from some other districts.

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Schalander

Saturated in the northern part of Friedrichshain the Schalander successfully established quality fresh brewed beer in this area of Berlin where it was more common to just get you a cheap “Sterni” from the Späti. With “Helles” Pils “Dunkles” and “Weizen” they have 3 permanent beers fresh from tab plus seasonal beers. For the month May it will be a “MaiBock” a real speciality. The food they serve is called “Gut Bürgerlich” which is basically good German food. The menu is changing every week with seasonal speciality.

Schlander Berlin Friedrichshainwww.schalander-berlin.de
Schalander Hausbrauerei
Bänschstr. 91

Hops & Barley

Welcome to Berlin Friedrichshain. Not shiny, not blinky but we really know beer J Hops & Barley is a small local brewery right at the busy night-life area of Berlin. People come here of beer and of course for football. The variety of beer goes from typical Friedrichshainer Dunkel or Hell Pils to English Cider or Brown Ale. Bread made out of “Treber” a side product of the brewing process is served if you are hungry.

hops and barleys Berlin Friedrichshianwww.hopsandbarley-berlin.de
Wühlischstraße 22-23
10245 Berlin

BKK Bier Kombinat Kreuzberg

At the Bier Kombinat Kreuzberg you get served a great variety of fresh brewed beer by Schoppebräu a local Microbrewery. They Serve Schoppe Hell or Dunkel but also a Weizen witch tastes a little bit like banana with a slice of pickled gherkins. Definitely off the mainstream taste.

Bier Kombinat Kreuzbergwww.bier-kombinat.de
Manteuffelstraße 53
10999 Berlin

Marcus Bräu

The Marcus Bräu is a little hideout in Berlin Mitte. This district is usually more main stream and little Bars must close and make space for new big commercial places. But the Marcus Bräu has held its place for a long time now. And their recipe is simple.. Just a little Tank for their delicious beer and a typical down to earth menu in-case you are hungry. Simplicity at its best. And because of that fact it’s worth to visit this place if you around Alexanderplatz. Their Speciality is a huge Roasted Pork knuckle with a half litre of Helles or Dunkles Beer.

Berlin Marcus Bräuwww.brau-dein-bier.de
Münzstraße 1-3
10178 Berlin

Brauhaus Lemke

The Brauhaus Lemke on Hackischer Markt is like the Mercedes of the microbrewery. It’s not really small. They have a beer garden for the summer month. The interior is rustic and the beer.. Woohooo! 4-Kinds of fresh brewed beer on tab. You can sit next the huge tanks. And there is always a smell of fresh beer around. Beside many Seasonal beers you get the so typical for Berlin Helles and Dunkles Pils plus a Weizen. The menu is outstanding. Good German kitchen which even for this part of Berlin has very reasonable prices. Check out their “Kasespetzle” one of my favourites.

Brauhaus Lemkewww.brauhaus-lemke.com
Dircksenstr. S-BahnBogen 143
10178 Berlin

5th International Children’s and Youth Short Film Festival Berlin

U inn Berlin Hostel kuki internationales kinder kurzfilmfestival

This year’s International Children’s and Youth Short Film Festival will put an exciting, funny and informative festival program from over 900 movies together.

5th KUKI is coming to Berlin

Among other things, there are documentaries from Namibia, a feature from Afghanistan and animations from South Korea, movies made by children, movies that are fun, inspiring and thought provoking. Come and check out from the 11th to 18rd of November in Filmtheater am Friedrichshain and in the Passage Neukölln.

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More info’s: http://www.interfilm.de/kuki2012/home.html

Hipster Olympics Berlin 2012

Hipster olympics berlin 2012Hip Hip Hipster!

I don’t know if Berlin is really the Hipster capital everybody claims it to be but since we have the official Hipster Olympics in town it might be so. On Saturday 21.07.2012 at the Postbahnhof in Berlin Friedrichshain Hipsters from all over the world but most likely from Neukölln, Kreuzberg and Friedrichshain will meet to find out who is the “Hippest” Hipster in town. Get yourself a Club-Mate or a Bubble Tea and join the (hip) crowd on Saturday at the Postbahnhof next to the East Side Gallery. You still don’t have any clue what this event will be about?

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Here are some of the hipster disciplines:

  • Jute bag jumping
  • Club-Mate crate race
  • skinny jeans fighting
  • Apple product – The price is Right
  • Bubble tea dive
  • vinyl marathon

And many more.  Sound fun to you?!!  Go –> www.hipster-olympiade.de

 

Finding Berlin Tours – classic vintage bike tours

Discover Berlin

Finding Berlin Tours

A great way to discover Berlin is doing it by bike. Everyone can do it! The city is more or less flat. The ‘Finding Berlin‘ tours take you to see the real Berlin and allow you to discover why so many people fall in love with this city and decide to move here. Join Martin the tour guide, who loves his Classic–Vintage bikes, on a tour through Kreuzberg, Friedrichshain, Mitte or Prenzlauer Berg.

Getting off the beaten tracks

Berlin is a city with a long history with Museums, Churches and Boulevards, that’s what everybody likes to see! But there is so much more than just the “Brandenburger Tor” or “Unter den Linden”. What’s happening right now on the streets of Berlin is just as important. Berlin sets trends in many ways, music, art and fashion. So why not get off the beaten tracks. Visit art galleries, checkout the newest street-art, hang out at awesome chill out spots, and find the best Turkish food in Berlin. You can choose from different tours and ride some of the most stylish bikes ever!

 Art Avantgarde tour

Are you into art? Do you like to find out what makes Berlin’s art scene so unique? This week they start a new tour called ‘Art Avantgarde tour’. Let them take you on a journey through avant-garde art and enjoy fantastic exhibitions. Get in touch with artists and talk with them about their business and what they think about the Berlin scene. This tour will take place every 2nd Tuesday starting on the 26nd of June.

Finding Berlin Bike Tours

  • Art Avantgarde tour – What’s on in the Berlin Art scene?
  • Every 2nd Tuesday Start 14:00 20€
  • IRONarttour – Street Urban Art culture inside & out of the gallery
  • Saturday Start 14:00 18€
  • Berlin Kiez Life – Berlin’s most inspiring districts far away from the main tourist sites
  • Thursday  Start 11:00 25€
  • Favourite Places – Your Berlin Guide
  • Saturday Start 11:00 20€
  • Little Istanbul – The Turkish Berlin
  • Saturday 13:00 22€
  • Good Morning Saigon – The Vietnamese Berlin
  • Friday 16:00 25€

The ‘Finding Berlin’ Headquarters is based at RAW Temple in Friedrichshian. Just down the stairs next to the famous photo box right on Warschauer Straße. If you would just like to rent a bike you can also do so. Opening hours are 10 am till 7 pm.

Contact:

FindingBerlin-Tours Revaler Str. 99 10245 Berlin
phone +49 176 99 333 913
www.findingberlin-tours.com

Fête de la Musique 2012 program

Fête de la Musique indoor/outdoor program

fete de la musiqueOn Thursday the 21.6 the Fête de la Musique will take place in Berlin. The Fête de la Musique is an Open Air free Festival with stages all over Berlin. Street artists, Musicians and everybody who likes to show the world their very special talents is welcome to perform on the streets of Berlin. There is no special licence needed. As always our district Berlin Friedrichshain is very busy on this special day. Stages are everywhere and spontaneous Open Air parties guarantee you a wonderful summer day and with the Fête de la Nuit the party will not end before the next day. As usual the big question is where to go. If you don’t have a plan already checkout their Homepage for the program. But believe me you are not the only one and just like every other year the server which hosts the Homepage can get a little busy. That’s why we provide you with the program for Friedrichshain here in our Hostel Blog.

 Fête de la Musique program Friedrichshian:

1 für’s Brot – 1 für die Spiele

Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.raw-tempel.de

Programm: Musik für-mit-von Kindern, Kiezmusik, Rock, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 RAW-Kinderbands (rock), 16:15 Rolf Reinhard Gaußauge (akustik), 16:30 Fire Flowers (kidsrock), 16:45 Albina (akustik), 17:00 Der Franz (akustik), 17:20 Koljamusic (rock), 17:35 Matt De Harp & Guests (akustik), 18:00 Strip me Naked (rock), 18:30 Pirates of Percussion feta. Baque Forte feat. Sussorro do Asfalto(percussion), 18:45 Tune Up (akustik), 19:00 Prunx (rock), 19:20 SillyCircus (rock), 19:40 Frag Frank (akustik), 20:10 Wallerts (rock), 20:40 Charlies Choice (akustik), 21:20 Ganzgut (rock)

 Abgedreht rockt Friedrichshain

Karl-Marx-Allee 140, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.abgedreht.net

Programm: Punk, Rock, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 Arsen (indiepunk), 17:00 Willy Wombat (deutsch-punk), 18:00 Pentaphone (rock), 19:00 Blue Rockin (psychobilly), 20:00 The Pin Sharps (rockabilly) Fête de la Nuit: weiter Indoor ab 22:00 – 24:00 Uhr: Aftershowparty

 Badehaus

Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.badehaus-berlin.com

Programm: Country, Swing, Rock’n’Roll, Garage Punk, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 Comedian Pharmacists (country, blues, western swing), 17:30 Rue Lascar (french swing, cajun), 19:00 General Confusion Badehaus All Star Band (rock’n’roll), 20:30 The Mokkers (garage, punk)

 Cassiopeia

Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.cassiopeia-berlin.de

Programm: Punkrock, Hardcore, Gypsy, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 Diving For Sunken Treasure (gypsy blues punk), 17:00 Nessi (acoustic, singersongwriter), 18:10 Constellations (metal, hardcore, progressive), 19:00 Frontkick (streetpunk, punkrock), 20:00 Punishable Act (hardcore), 21:00 The Bottrops (punkrock)

 Feuermelder

Krossener Str. 24, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.myspace.com/feuermelderberlin

Programm: Punkrock, Hardcore, Metal, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 Gründungslokal (punkrock), 17:00 Crack Under Pressure (power violence), 18:00 100000 Tonnen Kruppstahl (thrashgrind), 19:00 Sick Eater (downtempo, hardcore), 20:00 Cancer Clan (grindcore), 21:00 Sonic

Booze Machine (sludge metal)

 Inklusive Bühne Alte Feuerwache Friedrichshain

Marchlewskistr. 6, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.handiclapped.de

Programm: SingerSongwriter, Rock, Cover, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 Kapelle Ohrsturz (integrative band vom ulmenhof, ostrockcover), 17:00 Silas Herder (singersongwriter), 18:00 Mary und Mandy (zwei blinde musikerinnen mit optimistischen liedern), 19:00 Herr Horst mit Gerry Franke (lyrischer groove), 20:00 Judith Munkewitz und Paula Tebbens (singersongwriter), 21:00 Stiefmutterssöhne (berlin-rock)

 Jägerklause

Grünberger Str. 1, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.jaegerklause-berlin.de

Programm: Musik für-mit-von Kindern, Punk, Rock, Open Air und Indoor 16:00 – 23:30 Uhr 16:00 Chillen im Klausegarten mit Stockbrot backen am Feuer & Kinderprogramm, Seifenblasen Show zum zusehen und mitmachen, 17:00 Patina (rock), 18:00 Amplified Backdoor Creatures (rock), 19:00 EvilMrSod and the Pale Ryders (rock), 20:00 Firerazors (punk´n´roll), 21:00 Shirley Beans (punk´n´roll), 22:15 Coogans Bluff (hardrock)

 Lovelite

Simplonstr. 38-40, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.lovelite.de

Programm: Ska, Reggae, Balkan, Open Air 16:30 – 22:00 Uhr 16:30 Echo Brutes (reggae), 17:20 Kobito (hip hop), 18:10 Polkageist (polka, balkan, ska), 19:15 iLLBiLLY HiTEC ft. Longfingah (reggae, dubstep, breakbeat), 20:15 The Valkyrians (skam rocksteady/ FI), 21:15 Cosmonautix (balalaika-speedfolk, russ.) Fête de la Nuit: weiter Indoor ab 22:00: Danza Globalistan Party mit dem Fusionista.Sound.Kollektiv (balkan, ska, world)

 Oranke Orange

Karl-Marx-Allee 93, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.sun-chiller.de

Programm: Reggae, Ragga, Soca, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 Caribb Moves, 17:00 High Tower (reggae, dancehall), 18:00 Mika Raguaa (sunny friday, reggae), 19:00 Sound with Soul feat. Foulaa System (afropop, elektro), 20:00 Soca Twins (soca), 21:00 Threeks Sound (soca) Fête de la Nuit: weiter Indoor ab 22:00 – 02:00 Uhr: Mika, Sound with Soul und Threeks

 Pavillon im Volkspark Friedrichshain

Friedenstr. 101/Platz der Vereinten Nationen, 10249 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.pavillon-berlin.de

Programm: Pop, Rock, Funk, Elektro, Open Air: 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 ALTBAU (psychedelic postnoise), 17:15 Gunfire (funk, rock), 18:30 Wooloomooloo (speedfunk), 19:45 Attention, Baby! (pop, rock), 21:15 Jean Baptiste aka JB (elektro-pop), in den Pausen: Pakalolosoundlab (tween 88,4, pakalolo city) Fête de la Nuit: weiter Indoor ab 22:00: Chelsea Faith (house, elektro/ US), Djane Lee Pling (audio in store), DJ Knüppel (happy station)

 Rosi’s

Revaler Str. 29, 10245 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.rosis-berlin.de

Programm: Hip Hop, Drum’n’Bass, Breakbeats, Indie, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 UMLALA (indie, pop, rock), 17:30 Olivia FX (world, elektro, hard step, punk), 19:00 SMITH & SMART (hip hop), 20:30 Symbiz Sound + ZHI MC (global bass)

 Sauerkraut und Bulgur

Straße der Pariser Kommune 35, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.sauerkrautundbulgur.de

Programm: Deutsch-Pop, Rock, Worldmusic, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 DieSie (classic-rock), 16:45 Raphaёlle Mellet (chansons), 17:45 Swing Schlampen (swing, rockabilly, dt.), 18:45 Selbertreu (deutsch-pop-rock), 20:00 Dorota Szewczyk (folk, world, russ.), 21:00 Die Elektros (deutschpop)

 Sonnendeck am Pumptrack

An der Ostbahn 9, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.52grad.org

Programm: Punk, Ska Open Air 17:30 – 22:00 Uhr 17:30 Mamacry.L (psychedelicpunkblues), 19:00 Brüllmücken (punk), 20:30 The Butlers (ska

 Strandgut Berlin

Mühlenstr. 61-63, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.strandgut-berlin.com

Programm: Rock, Pop, Open Air 16:00 – 22:00 Uhr 16:00 Stonedrifters (alternative, rock), 17:00 The Mint (rock, pop), 18:00 From the Sun (rock, pop), 19:00 Dance on the tight rope (rock, pop), 20:00 THE TUNICS (rock, pop), 21:00 Primecircle (rock)

 YAAM

Stralauer Platz 35, 10243 Berlin-Friedrichshain, www.yaam.de

Programm: Musik für-mit-von Kindern, Reggae, Dancehall, Hip Hop, Open Air 17:00 – 22:00 Uhr 17:00 Wir Machen Weiter (kids-rock), 18:30 BBO – Berliner Boom Orchester (urban reggae, dancehall, ska), 20:00 Yaam Allstars Togetherness, 20:30 Ganjaman & Nosliw live (reggae) Fête de la Nuit: weiter Indoor ab 22:00 bis open end: Yaam Indoor Reggae & Dancehall DJ Lou Large, Panza (supersonic), Hille (soundquake)