Berlin Festival Brings 48-Hours of Non-Stop Music to Kreuzberg
When it comes to techno, the world revolves around Berlin. And at the heart of the industrial city is the Kreuzberg district: the hub of clubs that ranges from the unknown to underground to the infamous Berghain. At the crossroads of Club der Visionäre, Hoppetosse, and Glashaus you'll find Arena Park, where the city's eponymous Berlin Festival will be running for 48 hours straight from September 5-7. Wandering through Badeschiff's beachfront and pool-atmosphere to the vintage rock 'n roll kitchen White Trash to the stunning open- air Club der Visionäre you will find an expansive onslaught of massive speakers, art installations, and eccentric personalities that colour the city's melting pot of creativity.
Want a break from the throbbing bass? Check out British Singer-Songwriter Jessie Ware. From collaborations with SBTRKT and Disclosure to hits like "Wildest Moments" you can expect a drippingly soulful respite from the pervasive low-end. If you've been following Kaytranada you probably noticed that funky rapper from Sober Thoughts. Well GoldLink's hitting Glashaus at 5am Saturday morning for some hip-hop. The 21-year-old rapper is a bit of a mystery, but after dropping "The God Complex" five months ago his name's been making heavy waves. He describes the debut project thusly: “The moment God is figured out with nice neat lines and definitions, we are no longer dealing with God.”
You can get tickets here. We hope to see you there, covered in sweat and wobbles and smiles.
See you on the dancefloor,