So whats going on this weekend in Berlin?! During the Summertime Berlin hosts various events like fashion shows, street festivals, special art exhibitions and lots of other events. This weekend there are 3 big things happening. The “YOU” (Germanys biggest youth fair), the “Bergmannstraßenfest” (jazz street festival in Kreuzberg) and “48 hours Neukölln” (art festival in Neukölln).
The YOU is the biggest youth fair in Germany. It is aimed at young people aged 14 to 22 years. The exhibition is divided into two main segments: on one hand music-sports-lifestyle and on the other hand education-career future. So at the music-sports-lifestyle hall you will find live concerts, a big skatepark where the German Skateboard championchips will be hold this weekend, the Playstation Vita COS Cup, Autograph sessions, streetart, Hip Hop dance shows, workshops and other tournaments.
To get there you actually just need one train! You should catch the “U2″ to Kaiserdamm. From there its like a 10 minute walk. For exact directions you can of course ask at the reception. A day ticket costs 10€.
From the 27th till the 29th of June the “Bergmannstraße” in Kreuzberg invites everybody to join the annually Street festival. It offers over 400 artists at 5 different venues over the whole weekend. The Jazz Festival provides an overview of the colorful and diverse jazz scene in Berlin. Also at the “Markthalle”, at the end of Bergmannstraße, you will find delicious food from around the world. It is free of charge and definitely worth a visit.
To get there you should catch the “U2″ to “Stadtmitte”. There you have to transfer to the “U6″. Get off at “Mehringdamm”. From there its just a 5 – 10 minute walk. For exact directions ask at the reception before you leave.
48 hours Neukölln is a platform for the presentation of artistic projects. It promotes contemporary art that takes a stand on current social developments. The festival integrates many population groups – regardless of age, race, and social status. The proximity between artists and audiences, as well as the number of projects that invite both residents and visitors to the festival participation, contribute to the special character of the event. About 75,000 visitors use the wide range of cultural offerings, encompassing all genres of art, from performance, painting, photography, sculpture to installation, intervention, dance, theater and music. Its a fantastic festival!!! Go there….
How to get there: Just go to Neukölln! Or check out this Link, it will show you all the ongoing events in Neukölln…
For more info, please ask at the reception. Have a great weekend!