What’s going on in Berlin? Where is it going on? Why is it going on? The best partys, dinners, restaurants and Berlin Events will be covered in this part of our site! Every good upcoming Berlin event or club night that we think is worth mentioning will be promoted here, and if we think something needs to be paid extra attention to – like an upcoming exhibition or vernissage, a cultural event or partys in Berlin – we’ll be happy to share them! The Berlin Events on this site are sorted by date, so scroll down to see what’s going on today in Berlin!
After the first Berlin street market stop, which we had covered in the beginning of summer, the Singleton Flavour Tour continues with another halt at Bite Club Berlin next to the Hoppetosse (Arena). The Whisky brand aims to marry the complex flavors of their spirits with the incredible selection of the best street food snacks
Pop-Kultur festival is the re-incarnation of Berlin Music Week, set in Berghain, with a versatile line-up and interesting panels. For three days at the end of August, Berlin will be dedicated to pop when the first ever ‘Pop-Kultur’ takes place, a festival with DJ sets and lectures, discussions and concerts. More than 60 artists make up the
While we are experiencing a legit heat-wave and Germany is discussing what this drought will mean to our future economy, the Event Calendar is hinting that summer is coming to an end. The happenings of the city are taking you back inside again. And nothing is as literal about that as Atonal. This festival for
With CREAMCAKE, you can never be really sure what to expect. From experimental bass to queer rap, this party series is an epically low-key legend of Berlins nightlife scene. Returning ever so often with eccentric underground music that is only waiting to pop above the surface (and — like Creamcake’s tastemakers predict way ahead of their time — they
Started on July 17th and going on until August 5th, WASSERMUSIK 2015 is putting on Mother India, an open-air festival attracting eyes and ears to the greatest of what Indian culture has to offer. From film, to dance, to music and lets not forget free yoga, Haus der Kulturen der Welt will be hosting the festival,
Fashion Week is not just for catwalks, it’s also for street– and skatewear, best staged by the beloved PLACE mag crew. Even better: the parties that we get to attend. This year, the FindingBerlin music DJ group, known by the name A MILLION, is playing again for the coolest party in Berlin. There will be no
Update: date changed due to crappy weather! The screenings will be held on the 10th of July! If you haven’t yet checked out our favorite TV guide for the 21st century, Mediasteak, it’s time now. This precious gem is the hand-selected Netflix of the (mostly, but not exclusively) German documentary craze. GERMANS LOVE DOCUMENTARIES! AND SHORTS!
Attention, sneakerheads: don’t forget to put the annual SOLEMART into your calendars. Since 2009, Solemart has become an institution for the sneaker community. It grew from a local flea market into an internationally renowned sneaker exhibition and trade fair. Like always, private consumers as well as businesses are invited to participate. We
Since 2014, Audi is official partner of the Berlinale — Berlins grande film festival. To celebrate the occasion (and a moody German summer), the German car brand has introduced an extremely unique concept to the city: the open air cinema, but in flashy Audi cars and front row seats (as opposed to make-shift public viewing in the park). We
What happens when design meets the art world? Silly things, of course. Like the idea of having a German Design Museum. The UdK students of the Visual Communications class have critically examined and analyzed this idea and turned it into a full exhibition, opening on Friday from 5pm to 8pm. Read more: “The Museum of Imaginary German Design
The Lost Lectures is an immersive event, taking place in secret locations across the world. In the past we’ve housed the series in abandoned pools in Berlin, boxing halls in London and door factories on the outskirts of Brooklyn. Each night hears from six speakers from a range of disciplines, from musicians (Blood Orange, Lil Simz),