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Party recommendations for the Weekend from June 26th to 28th

Thursday, June 25th, 2015

• Fr 26th 22:00 BEFORE THE CLUB at An einem Sonntag im August
Before you head out for a club, you could warm yourself up at this nice bar/club right in our neighbourhood. The DJ of this evening, Roman Schwarz, has devoted himself totally to Deep & Tech-House.

• Fr 26th MOVE YOUR BODY at Kosmonaut
Famous party series in a club with several in- & outdoor floors. Line-up: youANDme, Click | Click, Michael Placke…

• Fr 26th to Su 28th BERGMANNSTRASSENFEST-KREUZBERG JAZZT!
Insiders-tip! The annual BERGMANNSTRASSENFEST will bring you Jazz live on four stages in the West of Kreuzberg. The program starts everyday at 4 p. m.

• Sa 27th CRISTOPHER STREET DAY Start: 12:00 at Kurfürstendamm
The famous parade for Gay/Lesbian rights starts in Westberlin and will end up at the main stage at Brandenburger Tor. This demonstration will be accompanied by several local politicians but also by the ambassadors of the Netherlands, the US, France and Israel amongst others. And of course there are going to be some parties the evening before and after the demonstration;)

• Sa 27th EXQUISITE FEIEREI at Suicide Circus
Famous party series in a club with several in- & outdoor floors and one of the considered best bookings in Berlin. Line-up: GummiHz, Agent!, Dirt Crew, Jen & Berry’s…


5th June: let’s party with wladimir, yuriy and olga

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015
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russendisko is one of the most consistent and entertaining parties in berlin. it was founeded by wladimir kaminer, a russian author and bonvivant  who has been livin in our lovely neighbourhood, prenzlauer berg, since early ninities. this unregular event is a great combination of everything we love in an unpretentious manner. this time it is hosted by  our all time favourite bassy club on schönhauser alle. this is quite conveninet. you will be able to get back home without leaving your phone in a cab.

 

taaaaxi!


Fete de la Musique in Berlin!

Friday, June 21st, 2013

Music Berlin (c) Barbara SiggeThe festival for live music, all around town!

today summer officially started, the weather is nice and it is weekend! A lot of cool events are awaiting you this summer.
One of the nicest music festivals that takes place every year on the longest day of the year is the Fete de la Musique!

What is so special about this festival is, it´s totally for free and really all around the city! It is an open air festival and luckily today the weather is perfect for that!

 

Apart from the bands playing at stages across the city, during the festival street musicians are allowed to spontaneously play their acoustic songs on any street corner. So go out on the street tonight, bring a couple of beers and a couple of friends and let yourself be entertained by musicians from all kinds of different music genres.
Close to the EastSeven Hostel you will find the Fete de la Musique at the Mauerpark, at Bassy Cowboy club and at the Kulturbrauerei (FranzzClub).
The festival starts at 4pm, and will approximately end at 10pm….after this there will be after parties at many different locations….this is the famous fete de la nuit, in Berlin, the city that never sleeps

Have a closer look at the programm and see who is playing where and when, at the hand out at the reception, or at the Fete de la Musique homepage.

For more information on what to see and do in Berlin please read the hostel blog or ask our local staff at the reception!

Hope to welcome you soon at the EastSeven Berlin Hostel!

 


Im Dunkeln ist gut munkeln: Top 10 Ausgehtips Berlin

Thursday, September 20th, 2012
party in Berlin

party in Berlin

10 Orte an denen es sich besonders gut munkeln lässt!!


Hier eine Auswahl von Orten, Clubs, Kneipen und Parks die von mir ausgesucht wurden und die ich euch für dunkle Stunden empfehlen kann. Da man nicht immer ein der gleichen Laune ist, habe cih versucht möglichst breitgefächert an die Sache ranzugehen. Viel Spaß!

 
1) Kims Bar
Beton, Stahl und der Rest ist in einfachem Weiß gehalten. Kims ist ein minimalstische Kneipe die viele Menschen anzieht, die unbekümmert und unprätentiös an der Bar sitzen und gute Musik hören möchten. Die Lage bedingt, dass nicht allzu viele Menschenhorden dort einfallen um sich auffällig laut zu benehmen. Entfernung vom Hostel in Prenzlauer Berg: 7 Gehwegminuten
2) Weinerei
Ein Klassiker für Weintrinker. Trinken und bezahlen soviel man möchte, immer nach dem Ehrlichkeitsprinzip. Bezahlt wird also immer nur so viel wie man denkt. Wein öffnet ja bekanntermaßen die Seele, was zum Munkeln anregt.
Entfernung vom Hostel: 3 Gehwegminuten
3) Birkenwäldchen Mauerpark
Nachts kommt man einfach an dieser Institution nicht vorbei. Hinter dem mauerpark versteck befindet sich das wohl romantischste Stück Baumensemble Ostberlins. Ich habe da sogar schon fantastische Jazzkonzerte mitten in der Nacht gehört. Unbedingt an einem lauen Sommerabend mit Lieblingsmenschen besuchen. Entfernung vom Hostel: 10 Gehwegminuten
4) Wasserturm
Wunderschön gelegen, mitten im Prenzlauer Berg. Von der Anhöhe aus hat man einen sehr guten Blick auf die Stadt und wird selber aber nicht sofort erkannt. Meine Empfehlung: Boulekugeln und Wein mitnehmen. Entfernung vom Hostel: 3 Gehwegminuten
5) Der Platz an dem mal der Palast der Republik stand
Wenn ihr nach einem langen Tag auf den Beinen einfach mal nicht weiter laufen möchtet, kann ich euch diese Wiese empfehlen. Die Wiese ist riesig und mitten in der Stadt gelegen. Lustigerweise scheint niemand diesen Ort zu bemerken, dabei ist er mitten in der Stadt. Ihr könnt also ungestört das machen was ihr am liebsten tut. Entfernung vom Hostel: 20 Gehwegminuten

6) Salon zur wilden Renate
Fantastisch geeignet um sich für die ganze Nacht, am besten zusammen, zu verlieren. Ein Club in einem normalen Wohnhaus bietet die Vorteile einer Riesen-WG, incl. Garten und, haltet euch fest, Labyrinth. Entfernung vom Hostel: ca. 30 Minuten mit der S-Bahn.
7) Sisyphos
Ähnlich wie die Renate, allerdings noch weitläufiger und eher mit Fabriketagencharme. Es gibt hier neben den obligatorischen Sofas und Autowracks zum Verstecken spielen auch einen See. Ein phantastischer Ort um die ganze Nacht zusammen zu verbringen. Entfernung vom Hostel: ca. 45 Minuten mit der S-bahn – der Weg lohnt sich aber.
8.) Palomabar
Meine Lieblingsbar. Gute Musik, gute Leute, gute Bedienung. Aber das Beste an der Location ist wohl die Aussicht. Mitten in Kreuzberg auf dem Kotti blickend kann man das Großstadtleben an einem vorbeiziehen sehen. Einmal drin kann man sich entscheiden ob man tanzen, trinken oder einfach aus dem Fenster schauen möchte. Entfernung vom Hostel: ca. 30 Minuten mit der S-Bahn.
9) Schwarz Sauer

Ein Bar und eine Institution. Selten wurde ich so fachmännisch bedient. Je später die Stunde, desto interessanter die Gäste.Bleibt länger, das färbt ab 😉 Entfernung vom Hostel: 10 Gehwegminuten
10) Tamlinie M10
Ich muss zugeben, das ist eine ungewöhnliche Empfehlung. Wer will schon freiwillig Tramfahren? Da ihr aber bei eurem Berlinbesuch sowieso einmal diese Linie nehmen werdet, (verbindet Friedrichshain und Prenzlauer Berg) werde ich euch schon mal einstimmen. Wenn eine Linie von ihren Benutzern missbraucht wird dann diese. Es liegt nun mal daran, dass sie zwei der am meist bewohnten Bezirke verbindet. Vor allem am Wochenende ist das Durchschnittsalter mit ziemlicher Sicherheit nicht höher als 22. Nicht selten ist der Fahrer der einzige ohne Bierflasche in der Hand.


Berlin Music Week: a week full of music, bands, artists dj´s festivals and live performances

Monday, September 3rd, 2012
Music Berlin (c) Barbara Sigge

Music Berlin(c) Barbara Sigge

One week filled with music and parties! Berlin Music Week from September 5th till September 9th in music capital Berlin.

With the Berlin Music Week a lot of events take place in Berlin, it is all about music.

40 Berlin Clubs participate in the Festival and present bands and dj´s. It is gonna be a great party! For only 30€ you can get a ClubTicket inlcuding 5 days and 4 nights, 40 clubs, and a ticket for public transport!

On Wednesday the 5th of September the opening party takes place at the TEMPODROM.

The Berlin Music awards take place at the Fritzclub im Postbahnhof. The 3 finalists will perform live! The show starts at 7pm. At various clubs there are concerts and parties, have a look on the website to view the full programm for Wednesday!

The famous Berlin Festival takes place on Friday and Saturday at the former airport Tempelhof. What a fantastic location this is. Great atmosphere guaranteed!  Some bands that will perform here: Orbital, The Killers, Kate Nash, Turboweekend and many more.

Another great event that comes with the Music Week is the Berlin Club Night. This is Europe’s biggest clubnight, with about 30clubs participating. There are shuttles-busses bringing you from one club to the next. This is the way to do as many clubs as you can in 2 nights, with only one ticket!

After partying and discovering new bands and musicians, you can come relax at the Hostel in Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg, EastSeven. We still have some beds available.

 


What to do in Berlin this weekend?

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012

Here is a top 10 of great events and parties for this weekend!

Events in Berlin

Events in Berlin

1. Finest Friday at Berghain/Panorama Bar

Party starts at midnight, open end! Where? At Berlins coolest CLUB:  Berghain

You ll find Berghain at the following address. 70 Am Wriezener Bahnhof; Friedrichshain; 10243 Berlin
For tonight´s party the damage is  8 Euro.

Here we will present to you the line up:
Panormabar – Finest Friday
Floating Points (Eglo), Red D & San Soda (We play house), Steven Tang (Emphasis), Prosumer (Ostgut Ton)

2. Saturday the 25th of February, party time at PANKE CLUB
HOT SOURCE @ Panke together with Fil video installation
with Sneaky, Benski, Tres & Rokin

Come join us for our joyful reunion throwdown.

Full Source Force in effect!

Cheeky Berlin residents Sneaky and Benski are joined by Hot Source OG members Tres and Rokin who are flying in from Barcelona and Cologne. Both will be armed with their tastiest selections du jour! and all 4 primed for deep dancefloor devastation!

So…..what’s on the menu for the evening?…….Simply, no holds barred, life affirming music for your mind and body. Nu-Skool to Old-Skool.

“Hot Source joins the preverbial dots with impeccable style”
Marge Simpson

AND……….. you can even wig out to the sounds (ninja style) in the backroom with Glow in the dark table tennis!

Doors open: 23.30
Location: Panke, Gerichtstraße 23, Wedding, 13347 Berlin

(Text: Panke Club)
3. Saturday the 25th of February: RECYCLE – Berlin’s finest Drum’n’Bass: HOSPITAL

@ Gretchen Club

The party starts at 23.30, you find Gretchen Club here: Obentrautstr. 19-21, Kreuzberg

BOX1
Netsky (Hospital/BE), Logistics (Hospital/UK), Nu:Tone (Hospital/UK), N’Dee (Recycle/D), MC Mace (Recycle/D)
White MC (Recycle/D)
BOX2
“Sunny Side Up” with André Langenfeld (D)

4. Exhibition @ C/O Berlin–> Ron Galella . Paparazzo Extraordinaire

Last call, exhibition is till 26 February 2012

“If someone says ‘no photos!’ then I try not to take any more. However, before he says that I take as many as I can. That’s the game”. Ron Galella

A paparazzo hunt is cunning, harsh and frequently ends painfully. In the worst case bloodily—including broken jaws and lost teeth. For Ron Galella and his undercover activities, no effort or risk was too great. He proceeded like a detective in order to catch the celebrities in the right moment, patient, persistent, shifty. Whether it was Jacqueline Kennedy, Marlon Brando, Greta Garbo, Andy Warhol, Sean Penn, Robert Redford, Muhammad Ali, Madonna, Mick Jagger or Audrey Hepburn—he managed to get them all in front of his lens. His pictures are snapshots rather than portraits. Spontaneous, not staged, and as a result extremely authentic.

On the occasion of the Berlinale, C/O Berlin will show approximately 140 black/white photographs by Ron Galella.

(text: C/O Berlin)

5. Exhibition @ KW Institute for Contemporary Art

“YOU KILLED ME FIRST The Cinema of Transgression  19.02. – 09.04.2012″
Auguststraße 69
D-10117 Berlin

Karen Finley, Tessa Hughes-Freeland, Richard Kern, Lung Leg, Lydia Lunch, Kembra Pfahler, Casandra Stark, Tommy Turner, David Wojnarowicz, Nick Zedd

There will be blood, shame, pain and ecstasy, the likes of which no one has yet imagined.
Nick Zedd

Nightmarish scenarios of violence, dramatic states of mind, and perverse sexual abysses – the films of the Cinema of Transgression that were consciously aimed at shock, provocation, and confrontation, bear witness to an extraordinary radicality. In the 1980s a group of filmmakers from the Lower East Side in New York went on a collision course with the conventions of American society. Transcending all moral or aesthetic boundaries, the low budget films reveal social hardship met with sociopolitical indifference. Sometimes shot with stolen camera equipment, the films contain strident analyses of life in the Lower East Side defined by criminality, brutality, drugs, AIDS, sex, and excess.

Even though the movement has remained largely unknown, the Cinema of Transgression has been a significant influence for later generations of artists.

YOU KILLED ME FIRST at KW Institute of Contemporary Art in Berlin is the first exhibition on the Cinema of Transgression.

Entry only over 18 years

(Text: KW Institute of Contemporary Art)

6. Go out for Dinner, there is a fantastic Vegan Food Restaurant closeby our cozy Hostel in Berlin

It is called KOPPS and is located at the Linienstrasse 94, 10115 Berlin
They serve typical German dishes, but everything is vegan!

7.Berlin Wall documentation center

The Berlin Wall Memorial is the central memorial site of German division, located in the middle of the capital. Situated at the historic site on Bernauer Strasse, it will eventually extend along 1.4 kilometers of the former border strip. The memorial contains the last piece of Berlin Wall with the preserved grounds behind it and is thus able to convey an impression of how the border fortifications developed until the end of the 1980s. The events that took place here together with the preserved historical remnants and traces of border obstacles on display help to make the history of Germany’s division comprehensible to visitors.

(Text: http://www.berliner-mauer-gedenkstaette.de/en/)

8. Dance the night away at the Bassy Club

There is Live music and afterwards there are dj´s! Expect great oldies rock´n´roll ,

wild music from before 1969!

Great thing, this club is just around the corner, at Schönhasuer allee 176A.

9.  Go eat breakfast at Cafe Entweder Oder

it is located within walking distance from EastSeven, at th Oderberger Strasse. The serve great breakfast, lunch and dinner too.

10.  Clueless of what to do during the day? Go on a walking tour!!

The Brewer´s Walking tour arranges pick ups from our hostel twice a day, EVERY day.

So just ask us at the reception and we will give you additional information.

 


What?!!! No plans for your weekend in Berlin???

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

Events Berlin

Berlin

Here is our personal Top 5 of things to do in Berlin at the Weekend!

1. Berlinale Festival!

This year it is already the 62nd edition of the Berlinale international Filmfestival. The Festival starts on Wednesday the 9th of February and will go for 10 days.
In these 10 days their will be 395 new films broadcasted, all of this films are world premiers!! And of course a lot of filmstars will visit the German capitol!!

To view the festival programm klick here
For more detailed information klick here.

2.Klubnacht – Blueprinted Berlin at Berghain/Panorama Bar  //Saturday the 11th of February//

The most legendary club in Berlin. Go here for a good night of clubbing!!

Line-up /
Berghain – Blueprinted Berlin
23:59 h – 05:00 h DVS1
05:00 h – 06:00 h O/V/R (live)(Ruskin & Regis)
06:00 h – 09:00 h James Ruskin
09:00 h – 12:00 h Sigha
12:00 h – End Marcel Dettmann

Panorama Bar
23:59 h – 04:00 h Clé
04:00 h – 05:00 h Blondes LIVE
05:00 h – 09:00 h Bok Bok vs Jam City
09:00 h – 12:00 h Thomas Schumacher

Sonntags
12:00 h – 15:00 h Mano Le Tough
15:00 h – 18:30 h Ed Davenport
18:30 h – 22:00 h Oliver Deutschmann
22:00 h – 01:00 h Magda
01:00 h – End Nick Höppner

3. Berlin Underworlds!!! Descend with us …

Tour 1 Galerie

Experience the history of Berlin from an unconventional perspective! Since 1997, the Berlin Underworlds Association has been offering regular tours into some of the most important underground structures in the city. Although the majority of our tours are in or near the Gesundbrunnen station in the north of Berlin, we also offer tours in several other subterranean complexes that are otherwise not publicly accessible.
http://berliner-unterwelten.de

4. Live Music at Bassy Cowboy Club
On Saturday the 17th of February The Mokkers + The Purcells (Garage, Rock’n’Roll, Rockabilly, Postpunk)
DJ (club): Johnny No (50s & 60s mashed potatoes, rockin’ soul, garage-beat, rock’n’roll, rockin’ blues)
DJ (lounge): Mohair Sam (wild rock’n’roll, pounding blues, obscure garage, southern soul, new orleans r’n’b)

The Mokkers sind eine All-Girl-Band aus Berlin. Seit ihrer Gründung im Jahre 2007 spielen sie sich beeinflusst vom Sound der 60er Jahre von der Garage hinauf in die Herzen dieser Stadt. Doch nicht nur Garage, sondern auch andere Genres wie Rockabilly, Blues und Postpunk inspirieren die vier Mädchen. Handgemacht, tanzbar, charmant.

The Purcells:
Going into pop 60’s, psychedelic direction lead by inspired melodies, The Purcells deliver powerful rock’n’roll on any of their appearance and laid down on the vinyl, 9 of their gems, as a Mini-Album dealing with love issues, smell of females, generation gaps, wet dreams, romanticism, hard times, guess games and wonder cats kingdom.

5. Visit the Neue Nationalgalerie
Following Exhibition is on from now till- Late 1. Quarter 2013
Divided Heaven.
1945 – 1968. The Collection. Neue Nationalgalerie

After ‘Modern Times. The Collection 1900-1945′, the second instalment in the showing of the National Gallery’s collection of 20th-century art will go on display in November 2011.

Germany’s ‘economic miracle’ and the building of the Berlin Wall, the Cuban Crisis and Vietnam War, Sputnik and Apollo, Kennedy and Mao-stark contrasts, entrenched positions and clear fronts mark the eventful years between 1945 and 1968. Fine art from this period was significantly influenced by the atmosphere of the ‘Cold War’ and the political ideologies connected with it. In art, two major paths essentially separated East and West, the figurative and abstraction. The West held aloft the open structure of abstract or ‘informal’ art as a symbol of freedom. And it was certainly no coincidence that the pop art that followed it arose in the major capitals of the West, where the phenomena of mass production and a rising tide of consumer culture were everywhere to be seen. In the Eastern Block, by contrast, socialist realism became the prevailing trend and a defining basis for all developments in the art that came after it. In all of this, the individual became the point by which all things were measured, artists made the ‘human condition’ the core focus of their work.

Under the title ‘Divided Heaven’ (echoing the novel by Christa Wolf), the New National Gallery introduces us to the key figures from this epoch. In its focus, however, the exhibition deliberately looks beyond barriers, geopolitical and artistic, and concentrates instead on universal artistic ideas, held by both camps at once. At the heart of ‘Divided Heaven’ stand the international disparities: the juxtaposition of styles and art forms, the contemporaneity of the non-contemporaneous.

The exhibition is sponsored by the Sparkassen Finanzgruppe..

 
Enjoy your visit to Berlin! Love from the youth hostel in Berlin, EastSeven!!!


What to do in Berlin this weekend?

Friday, February 3rd, 2012

Party in Berlin

Here are some  party-suggestions from your favorite place to stay in Berlin, EastSeven Hostel.

 

Parties on Friday night:

1 White Trash Fast Food

THANK FUCK, IT’s FRIDAY live: MIKE PENNY AND HIS MOONSHINERS ( Country – DE)

Mike Penny and his Moonshiners

Mike Penny & his Moonshiners haben sich voll und ganz dem authentischen
Western Swing & Hillbilly aus den 30er – 50er Jahren verschrieben. Hier ist
alles original: Instrumente, Outfit, Sound und Musik. Mittlerweile sind die
Jungs auch auf großen Festivals wie dem Rockabilly Rave in England oder der
Summer Jamboree in Italien zu sehen. Die erste CD ist 2010 bei Rhythm Bomb
Records erschienen, trägt den Titel: “Don’t start breathin down my neck” und
enthält neben 15 charmanten und swingenden Tracks ein Rezept für
selbstgebrannten “Moonshine”. Howdy & Yeehaw!!

2. Bassy Cowboy Club

Les Decadents (60s Garage/R&B)
DJ (club): Lobotomy (rock & roll, jive, country, rockabilly, 60s garage, exotica, soul, swing)
DJ (bar): Berlin Nocturne (rockabilly, surf, exotica, latin, western swing&pop, 60s r’n’r & soul, teenbeat)

For our debut in 2012 we are taking the stage and raising the roof again at the world famous Bassy Club, the supernova of 60s beats in the centre of the universe. And don’t forget: the world will end in 2012. If you missed Les Decadents, it will torment you for ever while you roast in hell. So don’t be a stick-in-the-mud couch potato, get out your horns and trident, bring your fire and brimstone and come and get roasted at the hottest party before Armageddon.

3. Kaffee Burger

Can You Dig It
DJs Sabrina Golian, Soulkombinat & Mark Hype, mpm records/soulclap! (Soul, Funk, Latin, Disco, Funky Breaks)
Eintritt 5 Euro

4. Berghain Transmediale Party

Berghain CTM.12 | Ben Frost & Mika Vainio | ≠ not equal
CTM.12 | Opium Hum not equal / dj set | Ben Frost LIVE +Shahzad Ismaily & Borgar Magnason | Mika Vainio LIVE | Opium Hum | Morphosis + 785 LIVE | Roly Porter LIVE subtext | G.H. LIVE modern love | Ancient Methods dj set

 

Parties on Saturday night:
1. Clubnight at Berghain
Berlin’s premier techno club, housed in a former power generation plant near the Berlin Ostbahnhof train station. The building is enormous — the dancefloor 18 metres high and there’s room for around 1500. The main design elements are steel and concrete. The first room at the entrance near the cloakroom displays a 20-30 square meter black & white painting of the artist Piotr Nathan. On the upper floor, the Panorama Bar contains a large-format painting by Wolfgang Tillmans.
Fridays is usually upstairs Panorama Bar only.
Saturday night through Sunday both rooms are open.

2.Voyage Voyage at Salon Zur Wilden Renate
    Salon Zur Wilden Renate/ Alt Stralau 70; Friedrichshain; 10245 Berlin
Cost /     10 €
Line-up /
I:Cube
PBR streetgang
Marcus Worgull
Maxxi Soundsystem
Break 3000
Køster
Dirk Rumpff
Elliver Twist
22Rockets
The Swift

3. Robot Army at Mikz Revalerstr. 99 Tor 4 10245
Line-up /
Robot Army Floor:
H3ADROOM Live
RO
KRIEK
MACK

Crazy Language Floor:
Crazy Language vs. BrainstormLab
DATACRASHROBOT vs. BRAINSTORMLAB Live
RALP Live
XZICD Live
JFRANK Live
HURON Live
AXIOM
Promoter /
Robot Army, Crazy Language

 

Parties on Sunday night!

1.Ctm.12 Random Noize Musick Matinee: Cristian Vogel, Oval, Thomas Fehlmann at HBC
Sunday, 5 February 2012
Time /     15:00
Venue /     HBC/ Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 9; Mitte; 10178 Berlin
Cost /     12€

Line-up /
Cristian Vogel
Oval
Marc Weiser (from Rechenzentrum)
Shrubbn!!
Transforma (av concert)
Thomas Fehlmann (DJ-set)

 

2. Kaffee Burger

Black Man’s Cry – All Disco Faves of Sammy, Chris B. or Cruz
Eintritt 1 Euro

Party starts at 11pm

 

Enjoy your party weekend in Berlin!!!

 

 


What to do in Berlin on new years eve?

Wednesday, December 21st, 2011

fun in Berlin!

We have made you a selection of the coolest parties in town! Here is the TOP 10 of New Years Eve Parties in Berlin, by your  hostel in Berlin!

 

1. Party at ICON. Icon goes 2011/2012

It is the last party of the year, and unfortunately also the last party ever for ICON Club.

It´s one of the most popular clubs in Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg.

On New Years Eve the party will be HUGE!

Headliner D.I.M., AND Sexinvaders, Marvin Suggs, Pat Ferry, Phonomat, Andre Langenfeld, The Henrik Maneuver.
2. Sylvester – Les Kitschenettes – live! (60s French Beat/F) @ Bassy Cowboy Club
DJs:
The Mytch (60s Wyldestyle: Garage, Freakbeat, Soul)
Mr. Garage Records (60’s Garage, Psychedelic, Soul)
Mystic N. (Shakin’ R&B, 60’s Garage, Frantic Soul & Rock’n’Roll)
Johnny No (50s & 60s Rockin’ Soul, Garage-Beat, Rockin’ Blues)

Eine Mademoiselle und fünf Messieurs aus der Normandie erwecken auf geniale Weise Sound und Spirit der französischen 60’s zum Leben. Mit Leichtigkeit und sicherem Gespür führen sie uns zurück in die Ära von Nino Ferrer, Brigitte Bardot, Serge Gainsbourg, Ronnie Bird und all der anderen. Den ganzen Saal zum Tanzen zu bringen ist dabei gewiss das oberste Gebot. Daher sind Les Kitschenette’s die ideale Band für Soundflat Records brandneue DJ-Single-Serie.
Party starts at 21h

www.myspace.com/leskitschenettes

3. Sylvestersause at KAFFEE BURGER

Rupert’s Kitchen Orchestra & DJs Sammy D. and Cruz (Happy-Dance-Faves all over times)
Entrance: 10 Euro

4. Pop Explosion @ Magnet Club

3 Floors, different dj´s, great atmosphere!

Party starts at 22h.

Damage: 15€

5.  Go to the Mauerpark to watch the fireworks

Around 11pm, head to the Mauerpark. A lot of people gather together here, with booz and fireworks, to celebrate new year.

 

6. New Years Eve 2012 Alternative Berlin Anti Pubcrawl

Spend your New Years Eve at some of Berlin´s most unique bars and at one of the most amazing clubs on the Berlin club circuit. 3 floors underneath the city join the 24 hour party people on the Alternative Berlin New Years Eve 2012 Anti pubcrawl !
Highlights:

An incredible club 3 floors underneath the city with a labrynith of rooms and entertainment

Free Beer , wine , shots & sekt

3 Awesome bars , 1 amazing club & Fireworks at midnight !

We visit 4 unique bars/clubs and recieve FREE BEER & WINE at our first bar, FREE SHOTS (Vodka, Jäger and Tequila) at all bars.

Fireworks at midnight (FREE BOTTLE OF SEKT) and guest list entry to an amazing club 3 floors underneath the city in a massive party location.

You will need to take an elevator 3 floors below the city into a subterranean world with thousands of Berlin party people where your NYE experience takes off.  This venue is seriously huge catering for a wide variety of musical tastes. Electronic music in one room , disco house / Hip hop in another , Live rock , funk , soul in another. You might want to entertain yourself with some Black light ping pong , watch live painting, chill out in the labryinth of hidden rooms, watch a cult movie or try the obstacle course with a drink in hand. Special light and sound installations have also been prepared for this incredible party which we are proud to bring our New Years Anti pub crawl guests.

Prior to this we hit up 3 very cool rock , indie , 60-70´s-80´s , Goth rock ,alternative bars each with a special character about them. We visit the fireworks at midnight where you recieve a FREE bottle of Sekt (German Champagne) before hitting the club.

We want you to get the most bang for your buck so we are keeping our price very fair and reasonable for this event. Don´t get ripped off this year or waste your time looking for the best parties leave it us to make your Berlin New Years one to remember !

Meeting point @ EastSeven Belrin Hostel or at the YESTERDAY bar-

7. Big New Years PArty at the VOLKSBUEHNE

dressCode Chic legance Hollywood in the twenties.

Various DJ`s, Various Floors.

Party starts at 21:00.

 

8. Fuck me now, love me later @ Arenaclub

 

Line Up: Krause Duo (Freude am Tanzen) Florian Meindl (Flash) Exercise One (Mobilee) Channel X (Stil vor Talent / Bar25) Adam Port (KeineMusik / Souvenir) Till von Sein (Suol) Jake The Rapper (Bar25) Niko Schwind (Stil vor Talent) Rampa (KeineMusik) Umami LIVE (Burlesque Musique) Asem Shama (Highgrade) Red & Ron (Fuck Me Now & Love Me Later) Retro (Playplus / Wasted Unicorns) Sascha Funke (Kompakt / Bpitch Control) Justus Köhnke LIVE (Kompakt) Andres Bucci (Cynosure Recordings) Terranova (Null Recordings) Eric D. Clark (More Music) Hans Nieswandt (Ware / Mute) Sid Le Rock LIVE (Shitkatapult) Daniele Papini (Sleep is Commercial) DeWalta (Cynosure Recordings) The Mole (Cynosure Recordings) Topper (Sleep is Commercial) Andrea Ferlin (Sleep is Commercial) Hubble LIVE (Sleep is Commercial) Akiko Kiyama LIVE (Sleep is Commercial) Francesco Assenza (Sleep is Commercial) Gek (Sleep is Commercial) Peter Invasion (Riotvan) Tricus & Vitéz (Logo Records)

 

9. HAPPY NEW MÖBELRÜCKEN @ GRETCHEN CLUB

Channel X
Niko Schwind
Andre Crom
der E-Kreisel
Cinthie
Fresh Meat
Toni Haupt & Saxophone
Jan Rudolph
Bone
Pitt
A3000
Leon Licht
Daniel Archut
Hüftschwinger

Party starts at 22:00

 

10. New Years Eve 2011 @ TRESOR

Live: Octave One (Tresor/ Detroit)
Mike Huckaby (Deep Transportation/ Detroit)
Oliver Deutschmann (Vidab/ Berlin)
Franklin de Costa (Conaisseur/ Berlin)
Irie Electric (Tresor/ Berlin)
Djoker Daan (Tresor/ Berlin)
Daffy (Tresor/ Berlin)

TRESOR:     Cari Lekebusch (Drumcode/ SE)
Gary Beck (Bek Audio/ UK)
Joel Mull (Drumcode/ SE)
Mike Dehnert (Fachwerk/ Berlin)
Pär Grindvik (Stockholm LTD/ SE)
Suzi Wong (Tresor/ Berlin)
Marcel Heese (Tresor/ Berlin)

+4BAR:     Handmade & Hintergrundrauschen (Tresor/ Berlin)
We love Wax Special:
Norman Methner (We love Wax, Cookies/ Berlin)
Jochen Voller (We love Wax/ Berlin)
Kyros (We love Wax/ Berlin)

For all the parties make sure to get tickets in advance or let us help you to check if there are still tickets available!

 


Berlin’s Top 5 Music Venues

Monday, October 31st, 2011


This was a difficult list to compile on account of the vast, vast, vast number of quality and iconic music venues in a city brimming with artistic flair and vibrancy. Nevertheless after scouring the streets, leaving no stone unturned, here is a round-up of Berlin’s top five music venues. Feel that we’ve missed something? Let us know, we appreciate your feedback.

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Berghain & Panorama Bar
An obvious choice, but without doubt one of the most awe-inspiring clubs in the world, let alone in Berlin, and for good reason. Built just along the former East/West border in Friedrichshain, Berghain is the techno-lover’s Mecca. Every Friday the upstairs Panorama bar opens, housing some of the most prominent electronic artists from across the globe. The door policy can be notoriously picky, but if your vibe is open and your demeanour calm you shouldn’t have any problems. Oh, and no cameras – ever. The memory of your visit will have to suffice, and it just adds to the intrigue, doesn’t it?
Rüdersdorfer Straße 70 10243 Berlin | Tel. 030 29360210 | U-Bahn: Weberweise

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Weekend Club (Sky Club)
For those who like their party with a side-order of panoramic views of Berlin, the Weekend Club may well be the perfect location for you. Set on the 12th – 15th floor of a high-rise building in Alexanderplatz, and housing some of the most prominent DJs in the world, the Weekend Club is now three floors of prime party runway with LED displays, a gigantic open air terrace and breathtaking views of the city and beyond.
Alexanderplatz 5 10178 Berlin| Tel.030 24631676 | U-Bahn: Alexanderplatz

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Quasimodo
One of West Berlin’s oldest and most renowned Jazz clubs, Quasimodo has all the dark and smoky charm of a Mississippi Delta Jazz bar and grill, attracting iconic artists like Roy Hargrove and homegrown talent like Jocelyn B Smith alike. Quasimodo really shine during Black History Month in February when act after act of renowned jazz talent play every evening. Also on the menu is soul, blues, latin and funk on various occasions throughout the year. Jazz fanatics and music fans in general will find a place in their hearts for Quasimodo.
Kantstr. 12a, 10623 Berlin – Charlottenburg | Tel: 312 8086, Fax: 312 24 39 | S+U Zoologischer Garten |


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White Trash Fast Food
Do you like a healthy portion of rock and roll with your steak or burger? Then White Trash is the place for you. Regular frequented by rock’n’roll royalty (no less than Lemmy from Motorhead) and Berlin rock hipsters, White Trash is part restaurant and bar and part live music venue, for established acts and newcomers alike. The food is delicious, the atmosphere friendly, and if you’re feeling really brave you can head to the on-site tattoo parlour to mark the occasion! For a more detailed review and an interview with a of a member of staff check out the article on the Oh-Berlin blog. Schönhauser Allee 6/7 10119 Berlin | Tel. 030 50348668 | U-Bahn: Rosa-Luxemburg Platz


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Waldbühne
For the big acts, and I mean big acts (MJ and the Rolling Stones), Waldbühne is the perfectly whimsical woodland setting. The Waldbühne is a great open air stage, with an amphitheatre feel to it, in a gorgeous green belt near Olympiastadion. A much cosier venue in comparison to other Arena style settings, the acoustics and sound quality is legendary of Waldbühne. Also used as a classical venue and open air cinema in the summer months, the versatility of Waldbüne only adds to its charm.
Am Glockenturm , 14053 Berlin – Charlottenburg | S-Bahn Pichelsberg, U2 Olympia-Stadion |

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