Archive for October, 2010

Our TOP 10 of AMAZING THINGS TO DO in BERLIN!!

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Berlin!

Berlin!

Coming to Berlin for the weekend? You don´t have any plans yet? Read on, read on….

….´cause we have made you a fine selection of events, parties and other things to do in Europe´s most vibrant city!


Let´s start with friday the 29th:

1) party at M.I.K.Z.!!!!!!
ALL YOU NEED IS EARS AT M.I.K.Z.

M.I.K.Z./ Revaler Str. 99, Modersohnbrücke 10245

Adam X as ADMX71 /live
Cio D’Or /Dj
Dasha Rush / Live
Peter Van Hoesen / Dj
Milton Bradley /Dj
Lars Hemmerling / Live
Andrei Oid / Live
Killahertz KHZ /Live
Henning Baer /Dj
Suspect /Live

Begin at: 00:00
Open End

2) Go for LIVE MUSIC @ LIDO CLUB

DUKES OF WINDSOR (AUS) – LIVE INDIE ROCK MUSIC FROM OZ @ LIDO

Fr 29.10.
Konzert Doors 19:00h
Start 20:00h

Admission 10,- Euro

Location: Lido
Cuvrystraße 7
10997 Berlin-Kreuzberg

U-Schlesisches Tor
or walk from S+U Warschauer Straße

Begin at: 20:00
Open End

3)  You like playing table tennis??!! Read on, this is amazing:
PONGRESS BERLIN 2010

1st international congress of PING PONG party people!!

Pongress Berlin 2010 brings groups from Manchester, Paris, Newcastle, Washington DC, London, and (hopefully) Stockholm to Berlin, where a local contingency will host the event. Their mission is to celebrate the art of Music, Drinking & Table Tennis.

Check the website for the complete programm!!

Begin at: 18:00

On saturday:

4)Go to one of the funkiest food-markets in town:
ÖKOMARKT AM KOLLWITZPLATZ

On a late Saturday morning you should go to where the locals go – the farmer´s market on Kollwitzplatz – 200 Meters from EastSeven. Fresh organic vegetables, varieties of sausages and a lot more of savoir vivre. By your food of the season there, go back to the hostel and prepare it in our fancy self catering kitchen.

Begin at: 09:00
End at: 16:00

5) pay a visit to a photo-exhibition!
4. EUROPEAN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY BERLIN 2010

15 October to 28 November 2010

Opening ceremony 14 October, 7.00 pm, at the Berlinische Galerie

This fourth edition of the European Month of Photography Berlin presents itself as a festival in transition. This time the ‘month’ of photography lasts for six weeks, starting – in response to the rhythm of Berlin’s cultural autumn – in mid-October. The biggest change however is the experiment of confronting all participating institutions with a mandatory set theme. The objective was to have all the exhibitions and events focused on a single topic, so as to make the festival more prominent in the public eye and give it a higher profile.

‘Modern times, new pictures’ is the phrase that sums it all up – a theme focusing on photography as an instrument of modernisation. Museums and cultural institutions, galleries and exhibition organisers have been invited to dedicate their exhibitions to this modernising function of the photographic medium, taking different aspects into account. After all, it has long been a matter of general knowledge that photographs do more than just ‘reproduce reality’. What the camera registers, and the way in which the result is reproduced, is rather a matter of interpretation and so can be seen as the creation of new and additional realities. Several specific fields relating to this theme were proposed to participating institutions by way of example, and all these areas reappear in the festival in the form of historic, and – even more importantly – contemporary samples of the art.

Anyone who wishes can organise the website following these different thematic areas, or bring up a display of the outstanding highlights. For the first time the festival includes a central point – in the form of the Berlinische Galerie – one offering a wide range of events.

The curious visitor can expect to find pictures that are surprising and disturbing, controversial and simply breathtaking. The Fourth European Month of Photography Berlin 2010 is more than just a feast for the eye.

6)  Dance dance dance!!!!
BLAKE BAXTER @ SUICIDE CIRCUS

Deep Groove Acid

Suicide Circus, Revaler Strasse, M10 or S-Bahn Warschauer Strasse

Begin at: 23:59
Open End
Link

7)    Party at legendary club Icon (really closeby the EastSeven Hostel)

THE QEMISTS AT ICON

The Qemists (Ninja Tune/UK)
The Greenman (Basswerk)
Diaz Soto (Rogue Night)

MC Mace (Recycle)

And for sunday!

8.. Sunday is BRUNCH DAY…take your time!
DELICOUS BREAKFAST AT CAFé ENTWEDER ODER

Delicous breakfast at Café Entweder Oder. Nice and warm atmosphere, super friendly staff.
fair prices.
dishes start by 4,- Euro
also really good cake available ;-)

location:

Café Entweder Oder
Oderberger Str. 15, Prenzlauer Berg, 10435 Berlin
just 10mins walk from East Seven

Opening hours: everyday 10am until midnight
9. SUNDAY FLEAMARKETDAY

FLEAMARKET Mauerpark

Sunday is fleamarket day. Close to the hostel (500 m)you find the Arkonaplatz Fleamarket and the famous Mauerpark fleamarket. You don´t want to buy something – no problem you first of all go there to see all kind of urban subjects with hangover and even sober ones. Berliners go there – you should as well.

10.YO YO LADIES, GO TO THE HAMAM AND RELAX …..

Hamam is a bathing ceremony of the cleansing of the body and soul. Relaxation and communication in a warm and pleasant atmosphere, are key elements of the Hamam culture. Here woman from different cultures and walks of life work and meet.

3 hours Hamam visit = €14
(includes the Hamam, the sauna, use of the salon and use of the court yard)
Mariannenstr. 6 in the courtyard

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Pongress Berlin 2010

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

Fiesta in Berlin

Fiesta in Berlin

the first international congress of pinpong party people

Pongress Berlin 2010  brings groups from Manchester, Paris, Newcastle, Washington DC, London, and (hopefully) Stockholm to Berlin, where a local contingency will host the event. Their mission is to celebrate the art of Music, Drinking & Table Tennis.

Location: Projektraum at Atelierhof Kreuzberg, Schleiermacher Str. 31-37.

Pongress Berlin 2010 presents five days and nights of international ping pong culture, including:

(1) Exhibition

Nightly 16:00-20:00. Vernissage: Wednesday, 27th October, 18:00……comidas from Taco Kween so come hungry!

An exhibition of installation, video and interactive art by Pongress participants, plus documentary material describing the wild trajectory of ping pong partying since the mid ’90s. Included will be control6, the 3-D table tennis tunnel.

(2) Public symposium

Sunday, October 31st 15:00-17:00

All Pongress participants will discuss the theory and practice of the Ping Pong Party.

(3) Five nights of Beautiful Rundlauf

Schedule: please see nightly program information below.

Concentric table tennis aka: Chinesisch, Round the World, Mexi, Americk or Rundpingis. Each night, Pongress Berlin 2010 will give you a different flavour of how the world plays ping pong. Each bar has given the sport its own special twist: come explore the transnational panoply of Ping Pong Partying.

Wednesday, 27th October, 22:00:
Comet Ping Pong – Washington DC, USA + Dr. Pong – Berlin

A haven for contemporary art and great gigs, Comet Ping Pong headlines with their music and visuals. Kid Congo Powers (of the Bad Seeds and The Cramps) DJs whilst we celebrate the roots of DC ping pong.
www.cometpingpong.com

Local organizer Dr. Pong warms things up during the vernissage party with the help of Your Body + DJ Sweat playing crunk house classics.
www.drpong.net

Thursday, 28th October, 22:00:
Ping Pong Club – Manchester, UK

The artist collective Ping Pong Club brings you the best music and visuals from the North West. Choons that rule from: Mark (Up the Racket, Manchester) + Eski (Gonzo, Leeds).
www.pingpongclubmanchester.co.uk

Friday, 29th October, 18:00:
Ping Pong – Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK + Dienstagstischtennis – Berlin

Where it all started: Dienstagstischtennis kick off early with psych rock from Skate or Die + HNS (Audiomassive) and Yoru (Capital Steppaz).
www.control6.net

From 23:00 Ping Pong Newcastle reinvents Rundlauf: Two-lives round the table and medals for the winners, topped off with disclectrofunk you never knew you loved. Sexy, sexy ping pong.
facebook: ping pong cumberland arms

Saturday, 30th October, 22:00:
The Young Offenders Institute – London, UK

The YOI bring you Killer King Pong. 12 competitors per round. 1 Euro on the table each. Three lives. Winner takes all. One for the ping pong masters.
Juan Chic, Ralph E-Lo and Rockwell Condensor bring afrobeat, old school hip hop and disco funk.
www.theyoi.co.uk

Sunday, 31st October, 20:00:
Ping Pong Country – Berlin

A very special closing ceremony by legendary pioneers of the Berlin ping pong party scene. Ping Pong COUNTRY= Table Tennis + Alcohol + Dosey Doe.

TEXT: pongressberlin.org


Top 10 of events for this weekend in Berlin- from October 22nd till October 24th

Thursday, October 21st, 2010
Mauerpark fFleamarket

Mauerpark fFleamarket

are you staying in Berlin this weekend? Then read on, because we made a fine selection of coming up events and things to do this friday, satrurday and sunday!

For Friday:

1)FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS 2010

For the sixth time, the FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS™ will turn Berlin into a sparkling metropolis with a firework of illuminations and events for two weeks from 13th to 24th October, 2010. Under the auspices of the governing mayor Klaus Wowereit world-famous historical landmarks and spots in Berlin, e.g. the Brandenburg Gate, the Television or Radio Tower will be staged impressively by means of light, events, projections and fireworks. Complementary to the festival, there will be numerous cultural events dealing with the subject “light”.

The Grand Opening on October 13th will be followed by a number of spectacular events this year. Amongst others the Night Of Open Doors will be held on October 16th. On October 22nd it will become jazzy at Jazz at the Ministergardens and romantic at the MoonlightWeddings.
A spectacular finish will be the City LightRun on October 23rd.
During the whole festival you can explore the city on land, water or in the air via LightSeeing.

2)FOURTH EUROPEAN MONTH OF PHOTOGRAPHY BERLIN
15 October to 28 November 2010

This fourth edition of the European Month of Photography Berlin presents itself as a festival in transition. This time the ‘month’ of photography lasts for six weeks, starting – in response to the rhythm of Berlin’s cultural autumn – in mid-October. The biggest change however is the experiment of confronting all participating institutions with a mandatory set theme. The objective was to have all the exhibitions and events focused on a single topic, so as to make the festival more prominent in the public eye and give it a higher profile.

‘Modern times, new pictures’ is the phrase that sums it all up – a theme focusing on photography as an instrument of modernisation. Museums and cultural institutions, galleries and exhibition organisers have been invited to dedicate their exhibitions to this modernising function of the photographic medium, taking different aspects into account. After all, it has long been a matter of general knowledge that photographs do more than just ‘reproduce reality’. What the camera registers, and the way in which the result is reproduced, is rather a matter of interpretation and so can be seen as the creation of new and additional realities. Several specific fields relating to this theme were proposed to participating institutions by way of example, and all these areas reappear in the festival in the form of historic, and – even more importantly – contemporary samples of the art.

Anyone who wishes can organise the website following these different thematic areas, or bring up a display of the outstanding highlights. For the first time the festival includes a central point – in the form of the Berlinische Galerie – one offering a wide range of events.

The curious visitor can expect to find pictures that are surprising and disturbing, controversial and simply breathtaking. The Fourth European Month of Photography Berlin 2010 is more than just a feast for the eye.

3)EVERY FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY: BEST VEGAN-VEGETARIAN BREAKFAST BUFFET

The collectivly run cafe „morgenrot“ offers from Friday through Sunday a fulminant buffet. Eat as much as you can and pay only what your financial status leds you to (though it should be between 4 to 8 Euros). It´s just round the corner of East Seven.

Where: cafe morgenrot, kastanienallee 85

Start: 11 a.m.
End: Buffet is available ´till 15:00, but cafe is open till late

4)FLYING LOTUS AT MARIA AM OSTBAHNHOF

Line-up /
Flying Lotus
first time LIVE! (Warp/Brainfeeder/USA)
Robotic (Freak Camp)
Delfonic (Oye Records)

Begin at: 00:00


For Saturday:

5)ÖKOMARKT AM KOLLWITZPLATZ

On a late Saturday morning you should go to where the locals go – the farmer´s market on Kollwitzplatz – 200 Meters from EastSeven. Fresh organic vegetables, varieties of sausages and a lot more of savoir vivre. By your food of the season there, go back to the hostel and prepare it in our fancy self catering kitchen.

Begin at: 09:00
End at: 16:00

6)AUSSTELLUNG “FARIN URLAUB: KUROBOSHI”

Lumas Berlin zeigt mit der Ausstellung “Farin Urlaub: Kuroboshi” zum ersten Mal ausgewählte Fotografien des Musikers. Im Jahr 2009 machte sich Farin Urlaub auf die Reise nach Japan. Die gesamte Palette von japanischer Kultur, Ritualen und traditionellen Idealen wird in dieser fotografischen Serie zu einem breiten Spektrum faszinierender Motive ausgebreitet.

Farin Urlaub: Kuroboshi
24.9. bis 22.11.2010
LUMAS Berlin – Hackesche Höfe
Rosenthaler Straße 40/41, 10178 Berlin
Mo-Sa 11-20 Uhr, So 13-19 Uhr

7)COMEDYSPORTZ AT COMEDY CLUB KOOKABURRA

English Comedy at its best, just around the corner!

Schönhauser Allee 184
2 minute walk from the hostel
Reservations: 030 / 48 62 31 86

Damage: 8€

Begin at: 23:45

8 )MESSERCHUPS (ELECTROSURF, B-MOVIE PULP /RUSSIA) @ BASSY´S

+++ Club DJ JOHNNY NO (50s & 60s mashed potatoes, Rockin’ Soul, Garage-Beat, Rock’n'Roll, Rockin’ Blues)

+++ Bar DJ CHRISTOPHER ROSE (Hot Jazz, Dirty Blues, Nasty R&B, Caribbean Exotica)

Messer Chups is an experimental band from St.Petersburg, Russia. The band was founded by Oleg Gitarkin who had previously performed with Oleg Kostrow under the name of Messer für Frau Müller. (…)

Messer Chups’ music often features a fundament of surf drums on which they build collages of samples from odd sources, like circus music, jazz, east European animation soundtracks, and American B-pictures. On top of that they lay solos from guitar and theremin. (Wikipedia)

www.messerchups.ru

For Sunday:

9)SUNDAY FLEAMARKETDAY

FLEAMARKET Mauerpark

Sunday is fleamarket day. Close to the hostel (500 m)you find the Arkonaplatz Fleamarket and the famous Mauerpark fleamarket. You don´t want to buy something – no problem you first of all go there to see all kind of urban subjects with hangover and even sober ones. Berliners go there – you should as well.

Begin at: 11:00
End at: 16:59

10)SWIMMING

Yes, summer is over, but swimming’s good for ya none the less. Stadtbad Neukölln is not exactly around the corner but it’s pretty! On a sunday it’s advisable to avoid the children that come for the “fun-time” between noon and 4pm.

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The 6th Berlin Festival of lights, from Oktober 13 till Oktober 24

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Festival of Lights Berlin

Festival of Lights Berlin

Come to Berlin and experience  fantastic light shows all through the city center.
This year more than 60 sights, squares and buildings in Berlin will be amazingly illuminated during the coming two weeks. If you visit Berlin during this time, go for sightseeing by night!!!!

All major sights like Brandenburg Gate, Berliner Dom and the TV Tower are being put in a different artistic light. For a list of all illumated sights and buildings klick here.

The Festival kick off will be held at Potsdamer Platz, at the new festival centre. The city Mayor Klaus Wowereit will be there to open the festival.

This is a must do for all (hobby) photographers wo will be strolling around the Berlin sights at night with camera and tripod to shoot some really unique pics of Germanys beautiful capital.
More than 60 Berlin buildings and landmarks are atmospherically illuminated during the Festival of Lights 2010. The festival centre DomAquarée, the TV Tower, the boulevard Unter den Linden, the Brandenburg Gate and the Funkturm are just some spectacular highlights in the Festival of Lights 2010. Many more unique illuminations at a high artistic level are waiting for you to see!
From the 13th until 24 October, Berlin will sparkle as a range of illuminations and projections light up more than 60 famous landmarks and spaces.

Special “lightseeing” tours on the Light-Liner bus, by boat on the Light-Ship, on foot with the Light-Cruso or by rickshaw with the Light-Velo will give locals and visitors alike the chance to experience the creative compositions up close.
Complementary to the festival, there will be numerous cultural events dealing with the subject “light”. On the 16th of Oktober, for instance, the night of open doors takes place. This offers visitors a chance to actually go inside some of the illuminated buildings and offers a look behind the scenes. Klick here to find out which buildings will be open for a visit. For a programm of the festival check the festival homepage HERE.

Furthermore there is an amazing Jazz Feast, Jazz at the Minister Gardens, on October 22nd and a spectacular Finish on Oktober 23rd, the CITY LIGHT RUN!

Have fun exploring Berlin by night!

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Fourth European Month of Photography Berlin 2010

Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

Alexanderplatz station

Alexanderplatz

Opening ceremony 14 October, 7.00 pm, at the Berlinische Galerie

This fourth edition of the European Month of Photography Berlin presents itself as a festival in transition. This time the ‘month’ of photography lasts for six weeks, starting – in response to the rhythm of Berlin’s cultural autumn – in mid-October. The biggest change however is the experiment of confronting all participating institutions with a mandatory set theme. The objective was to have all the exhibitions and events focused on a single topic, so as to make the festival more prominent in the public eye and give it a higher profile.

‘Modern times, new pictures’ is the phrase that sums it all up – a theme focusing on photography as an instrument of modernisation. Museums and cultural institutions, galleries and exhibition organisers have been invited to dedicate their exhibitions to this modernising function of the photographic medium, taking different aspects into account. After all, it has long been a matter of general knowledge that photographs do more than just ‘reproduce reality’. What the camera registers, and the way in which the result is reproduced, is rather a matter of interpretation and so can be seen as the creation of new and additional realities. Several specific fields relating to this theme were proposed to participating institutions by way of example, and all these areas reappear in the festival in the form of historic, and – even more importantly – contemporary samples of the art.

Anyone who wishes can organise the website following these different thematic areas, or bring up a display of the outstanding highlights. For the first time the festival includes a central point – in the form of the Berlinische Galerie – one offering a wide range of events.

The curious visitor can expect to find pictures that are surprising and disturbing, controversial and simply breathtaking. The Fourth European Month of Photography Berlin 2010 is more than just a feast for the eye.

(text: mdf-berlin.de)

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Are you coming to Berlin? Visit the Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial

Monday, October 4th, 2010
Stasi Prison (c) Sulamith Sallmann

Stasi Prison (c) Sulamith Sallmann


The EastSeven Berlin Hostels recommendation for this Autumn:  visit the former stasi prison and learn more about the GDR and the Stasi

The site of the main remand prison for people detained by the former East German Ministry of State Security (MfS), or ‘Stasi’, has been a Memorial since 1994 and, from 2000 on, has been an independent Foundation under public law. The Berlin state government has assigned the Foundation, without charge. The Foundation’s work is supported by an annual contribution from the Federal Government and the Berlin state government.

The Memorial’s charter specifically entrusts it with the task of researching the history of the Hohenschönhausen prison between 1945 and 1989, supplying information via exhibitions, events and publications, and encouraging a critical awareness of the methods and consequences of political persecution and suppression in the communist dictatorship. The former Stasi remand prison is also intended to provide an insight into the workings of the GDR’s political justice system.

Since the vast majority of the buildings, equipment and furniture and fittings have survived intact, the Memorial provides a very authentic picture of prison conditions in the GDR. The Memorial’s location in Germany’s capital city makes it the key site in Germany for victims of communist tyranny.

In 2006 the Memorial could reach a new record with more than 171,000 visitors in total and 50% of these being students. Since the Foundation came into effect in July 2000, the number of visitors has more than doubled (figures as of 31.12.2006). Tours of the prison are usually led by former inmates, who provide first-hand details on prison conditions and the interrogation methods employed by the GDR’s Ministry of State Security (MfS).

Events
The Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial regularly holds events designed to encourage critical reflection on the communist dictatorship in East Germany. The spectrum of events ranges from elaborately planned exhibition openings to panel discussions, lectures, and book presentations, as well as film, music, and readings, with events frequently combined with a tour through the former prison.

Despite the Memorial’s rather out of the way location in Berlin-Hohenschönhausen, previous event evenings have usually met with a very positive response. For example, over the last few years the “Long Night of the Museums” has often attracted more than 1000 visitors to the former Stasi prison for that event alone. The Memorial has enjoyed similar success during the “Open Memorial Day” each year in September, with visitor figures usually at around 1500. The “Long Night of the 17th June” in summer 2003 marked a special highpoint in the Memorial’s history, with numerous events to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the 17th June uprising in the GDR. With various partner institutions, the Memorial also organises a number of events that take place at venues in the centre of Berlin.
If you are planning to visit the Memorial as a group, you can register with the Visitors’ Service either by phone, letter, or email. The Visitors’ Service then appoints a guide for your tour and coordinates the times with you, confirming the planned date of your visit and providing the details for payment. The Visitors’ Service also offers a fee-based service for accompanying film teams (permission to film has to be obtained in advance).

It is only possible to view the extensive prison complex on an official guided tour. The guided tours team has more than 30 freelance members, most of them former inmates, who also relate the tour to their own experience in the remand prison. Since our tour guides were imprisoned for a variety of reasons during different periods of persecution, they provide an insight into a broad spectrum of political persecution in the GDR. As part of the Memorial’s civic education programme, our guides are also available for longer eyewitness interviews.

Tour Times

Public tours in English for individual visitors
Every Wednesday at 2.30 p.m. and Saturday at 2 p.m.
and upon request by mail, fax or phone.
Admission: € 4 / concessions, € 2; students free
Free admission on Mondays.

Guided tours for non-German groups
The Memorial offers guided tours in English, French, Spanish, Italian, Danish and Norwegian, daily between 9am and 4pm.
Groups are requested to register 7 to 8 weeks in advance of their proposed visit.
Please contact the Visitor’s Service: Phone: +49 – (0)30 – 98 60 82-30, Fax: +49-(0)30 – 98 60 82-34, Email: besucherdienst@stiftung-hsh.de

Regular admission

* Groups with no more than 12 participants pay an allowance of 48 Euro.

* Groups with at least 13 participants pay 4 Euro each.

* Groups with no more than 18 participants pay an allowance of 36 Euro.

* Groups with at least 19 participants pay 2 Euro each.

(Text: stiftung-hsh.de)

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ART FORUM BERLIN—-From October 7 to 10, 2010,

Monday, October 4th, 2010
Berlin

Berlin

This weekend in Berlin, the fifteenth edition of ART FORUM BERLIN – the International Art Show – will take place.

Leading galleries from the world’s most important art centres will present art from 1960 to the present day. 40,000 art lovers (collectors, artists, art dealers, museum directors and curators) from all over the world are regularly visiting the International Art Show. All the artistic means of expression are represented at art forum berlin. The repertoire ranges from painting, sculpture and photography to installations and to drawings, graphics, performance and video art. Sectors for young art (focus) and for cultural institutions and international art magazines complement the exhibition programme. Every day, panel discussions (Berlin talks) invite the interested public to discuss current issues around collecting and exhibiting art together with renowned personalities of the international art scene.

During art forum berlin, the museums, galleries and private cultural institutions in Berlin present a multifaceted programme of high-quality exhibitions. Exclusive receptions and events are additional attractions and meeting points.

On this webpage, you find practical information for your visit to art forum berlin, photos of the last edition, information on the participating galleries and artists as well as press releases.

We cordially welcome you in Berlin, the city of the arts, the European centre of contemporary art!

Date

October 07 – October 10, 2010 noon – 7pm
Opening Day

October 06, 2010
Premiere 11am – 3pm
Preview 3pm – 6pm
Vernissage 6pm – 9pm
Tickets
Day ticket     €18
Reduced ticket
(schoolchildren and students)     €12
2-day ticket     €32
Evening ticket
(after 4 p.m.)     €12
children up to 12 years of age
(accompanied by adults)     free

To the Online – Ticket Shop

Please note: reduced tickets can only be bought at the exhibition grounds during art forum berlin.
Location

Exhibition Grounds Messe Berlin, halls 18-20, Palais am Funkturm,
Entrance Hall 19, Hammarskjöldplatz, Berlin-Charlottenburg

(text: www1.messe-berlin.de)

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