Party in Berlin
- This weekends program at SO36 is quite a collection. If you’re a bit flexible about genre, you might just stay there the whole time. Friday starts with a gig by Sick Of It All, Saturday the venue plays host for Club Balkanska and Sunday belongs to Cannibal Corpse.
- The design for Ragnarok x Neverland looks decidely nordish, owing to the fact that headliner Oliver Schories and a few other performers have their homes in Bremen. While you would be excused to expect distorted guitars and screaming, the music will be strictly electronic and on the melodic end of that spectrum.
- Katermukke Open Air starting on Friday, provides you with beats all the way through Sunday with a continuous line-up of 1st class DJs and Live Acts including Dirty Doering, Roderic, Fat Sushi, Manuel Moreno and many many more.
- Hussein Fahmy is a house and techno DJ with a hand for light summer tunes, sometimes infused with musical elements from arab music. He’s playing Mein Haus am See/Lakehouse, late on Saturday – or early on Sunday depending on your perspective 😉
- Körnerpark is one of those little gems most outsiders don’t know about and a brilliant alternative to busy Hasenheide or Tempelfeld. Every summer the local community organizes a series of free open-air-concerts in this beautiful piece of Berlin. Sommer im Körnerpark
- Nemo is among the last normal bars in Prenzlauer Berg. Looking exactly like it did in 1993 they’re celebrating their 25th anniversary and it promises to be a long night of beer, billards and kicker – just like any other Saturday.
- WE’re not entirely sure what Rosi’s who are themselves being scheduled to be gentrified have to do with the Basque Festival Harrikada Festibala but the line-up they put together as a crowdfunder is looking rather nice and since Rosi’s days are numbered and short we should take any opportunity to celebrate at this most wonderful of venues; Rosis x Harrikada with Audiobros, Ele Luz, Frau Kaufman and more.
- This month’s Afro House Experience at Badehaus puts South Africa in the spotlight, the Country where afro-house was basically invented and its biggest stars are coming from.
- Top top this extensive list off, we have a reason for you to finally visit Spandau: Wasteless 3, frée orgänik opên äir is an electronic musics festival that aims to be entirely wastefree – plus there’s no entrance fee.
Arty in Berlin
- Wim Wenders „Alice in den Städten“ from 1974 has lost nothing of its power. Nearly 35 years after production the director will be on a panel at Delphi Filmpalast, before a rare screening of the film.
- Trois Femmes is an evening with French opera pieces performed by students from the Singing/Musical-Program at Universität der Künste (University of Arts – Berlin’s foremost educational institution for creatives of all kind). July 5th-9th
- The curator’s tours at C/O Berlin are always a treat, because they really give a new perspective and insight in how artists and curators work. This weeks edition is no exception; Barbara Hitchcock and Ann-Christin Bertrand will guide you through the Polaroid Collection (in English!) that opens on Saturday.
Other things to do in Berlin
- Restlos Glücklich is a Restaurant whose ingredients come entirely from rejected food, that is too crooked or a day over its best-before and thus saves tons of food from destruction. For Saturday they put together a diner at Prinzessinnengarten. Make sure to reserve a spot