This weekend in Berlin: A list of great events & parties

events in berlin
events in berlin

From Friday the 12th till Sunday the 13th of November to Sunday

This blog is written especially for people who are visiting Berlin for the weekend and who are completely cluesless on what to do. As there are so many events and parties to choose from, we created a list with the coolest parties and events. Enjoy reading and most of all enjoy Berlin…

On friday

1)    7 YEARS OSTFUNK

Indoor festival, 3 days finest electronic music, great line-up
(i.e. Lützenkirchen, Oliver Koletzki, Housemeister, Woody, and many more)
@ Tresor AND Maria (incl. free bus shuttle)
entry 18 €

2)    THE PEANUT VENDOR, MARIO MONTGOMERY & FRIENDS (60’S & 70’S MOTOWN + RARE SOUL)

@ Roter Salon Berlin-Mitte, 10178

U-Bahn: Rosa-Luxemburg-Pl.,Tram: N2, N54

Begin at: 00:00


3)    TURKISH MARKET

Explore Berlin’s multiculturalism on this vibrant and colourful market!

Every Tuesday and Friday from noon to 6 pm.

Take U8 to Schönleinstraße

Begin at: 12:00
End at: 18:00

4)    FIESTA BERLIN

1. Floor: • PEPE VARGAS & AJICERO (Hannover) – Mediterranean, Caribbean, Brasil, African & German Grooves .
2. Floor: • ZIGAN ALDI – Balkan, Swing & Party Classics.

Start: 23.00
Entrance: 4 Euro till 24 afterwards 6 Euro.
Where: CASSIOPEIA, Revaler Straße 99, Berlin-Friedrichshain (close S/U-Bhf. Warschauer Straße).

Begin at: 23:00

5)    AN EINEM FREITAG IN BERLIN (ELECTRO, MINIMAL, TECHNO)

@RAW-Tempel
Revaler Str. 99, 10245 Berlin (Friedrichshain)

Begin at: 23:00

6)    PARTY @ TRESOR

Patrick Lindsey, Haito, Andree Wischnewski, Christian Soto, Herrbert, Marco Remus, Zak McCoy, Klugermann, Tino Boa

Köpenicker Str. 59-73, 10178 Berlin (Mitte)

Begin at: 23:59


On Saturday:


7)    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


8)    THIS WEEKEND: TAKE A RIDE AND SAFE MONEY

Buy a single fare ticket AB or ABC and it will be valid as a day pass. Saves you a lot of money and gives you access to all of Berlin’s public transport!!! Public transport will never be cheaper.

9)    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

10)    ENGLISH THEATRE BERLIN PRESENTS: LOVEPUKE

By Duncan Sarkies
Everyone knows it. Everyone’s been there.
The trouble is, everyone has a different set of rules.
But what’s it all about anyway? Aren’t all modern day relationships a dysfunctional battlefield? A series of mind games? A struggle for status?
Oh, I know yours isn’t – but I bet you know of someone’s who’s is!
If so then come and chuckle contentedly at eight people who aren’t you make a mess of their lives in love
Love.
Or more precisely, the Game of Love: ‘Making the move’, ‘Elation’, ‘Sex’, ‘Argument’ then ‘Depression’. Sound familiar? Of course it does.

Where: English Theatre Berlin, Fidicinstrasse 40, 10965 Berlin (Kreuzberg)
Subway: U6 Platz der Luftbrücke
Buses: M19 & 104

Tickets 18 € / 10 € students

Begin at: 20:00

11)    EXHIBITION ON PLASA STUDIO

In physics the term ‘plasma’ describes a particular state of matter in which energy is readily conducted through a material – the fluid spaces of Plasma Studio’s architecture work by the same principle. Folding space into space, the architects draw landscapes into buildings, streets into facades, inside to outside. Transformative tectonics set spaces, planes and bodies into unforeseen relationships that challenge conventional topographies and spatial codes.
For the last 10 years the office, currently based in London, Southern Tyrol and Beijing, has been widely recognized as one of the leading international architecture and design practices of the emerging generation. From small scale installations to large scale master planning, Plasma Studio`s projects bear strongly the mark of a digital design process. Propelled by the partners’ academic research and teaching at the Architectural Association in London. Plasma Studio develops architectural solutions by mediating between the scales of topography & context on the one hand, and sensory & physical relationships on the other. Their holistic design process enables an elastic response to completely varied contextual conditions and assignments. The exhibition at the DAZ presents their characteristic approach within a jump in scale; from built projects in Europe to recent work-in-progress planning in China.

Tue-Fr 12-7 pm
Sat/Sun 2-7 pm
EUR 3,00 / reduced EUR 1,50

Begin at: 12:00

On Sunday:

12)    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

13)    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.

Begin at: 00:00
End at: 23:59
Link


14)    FEHLFARBEN (D)

German Pop Music Live @ Lido

Doors 20:00h Start 21:00h
Admission 20,-€ – 24,-€

Location: Lido
Cuvrystraße 7
10997 Berlin-Kreuzberg

U-Schlesisches Tor

Begin at: 20:00
Open End

15)   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

Begin at: 11:00
End at: 23:59
Link


16)    HISTORISCHE AUSSTELLUNG DES DEUTSCHEN BUNDESTAGES `WEGE – IRRWEGE – UMWEGE`

Die Ausstellung “Wege – Irrwege – Umwege” zeigt auf insgesamt fünf Etagen die historische Entwicklung des liberalen parlamentarischen Systems in Deutschland. Sie widmet sich vorrangig jenen Epochen, in denen die wesentlichen Grundlagen für die politische Ordnung der Bundesrepublik Deutschland gelegt worden sind. Parlamentarische Entscheidungsprozesse und Konflikte werden ebenso nachgezeichnet wie Funktion und Arbeitsweise von Volksvertretungen. Entstehung, Entwicklung und Arbeit der politischen Parteien in Deutschland werden dargestellt.

Deutscher Dom
Gendarmenmarkt 1
10117 Berlin-Mitte
Eintritt frei
Öffnungszeiten
dienstags bis sonntags
von 10.00 bis 18.00 Uhr

Verkehrsanbindung
U-Bahn Linien U 2, Haltestelle “Stadtmitte” und U 6, Haltestelle “Französische Straße”
Kostenlose Führungen
• für Einzelbesucher und Gruppen bis 10 Personen:
zwischen 11 und 17 Uhr wird alle 30 Minuten eine halbstündige Führung zu ausgewählten Themen der Ausstellung angeboten, nach Rücksprache auch in Englisch und Französisch; Anmeldung ist nicht erforderlich;
• zusätzlich stehen Audio Guides in den Sprachen Deutsch, Englisch und Französisch kostenfrei zur Verfügung.

For more information on events in Berlin please check our online staff-recommendations!!
Hope to see you soon at EastSeven Berlin Hostel

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