Kraftwerk Berlin

  • by Adela Lovric, 1 Aug 2017
    Rain or shine, the events in August won't let you rest. While most of the art spaces are taking a summer break, festivals are lining up one after another. See what's on & follow us for free passes and more free tips. RUNDGANG 50HERTZ. From 19 July to 13 August 2017, the first in a series of exhibitions...
  • by Adela Lovric, 16 Aug 2016
    Left on the to-do list for the month are Berlin Atonal festival and a few more gems we wouldn't want you to miss. Check out our itinerary below, and try your luck with our ticket giveaway.  TUESDAY 16.08 20.30 Devon Welsh + Broshuda @ Donau115 WHY: Shameless/Limitless brings Devon Welsh (formerly of...
  • by Adela Lovric, 5 Feb 2016
    Robert Henke is a dear old friend of Berlin and a figure unavoidable in electronic music circles since the 1990s. Alongside his Monolake releases with Gerhard Behles, he is known for the music, performances, and installations he has been creating under his name. His latest projects are mostly audio-visual, making use...
  • by Adela Lovric, 2 Feb 2016
    Looking at the concert list for the next two weeks makes us giggle like little girls. After one more week of CTM events, the month continues festively with great shows day after day. The downside: you might hear us repeating "sold-out" far too often, so if you care to see all these brilliant musicians...
  • by Adela Lovric, 18 Aug 2015
    Put your hands in the air everybody \o/ five out of seven tips on our list are festivals! August gets all offbeat and wacky with sounds ranging from atonal to fab pop. Style-wise, no need to worry about matching black with black these days; allow the multicolor festival creature in you to shine, for the brand new Pop-...
  • by bpigs team, 3 Jun 2015
    Berlin will soon fade out of grey, and the art scene will shine even brighter in the summer sun. In this month that carries us towards lakes, rooftops, holidays in beautiful faraway places… A good decision would be to overdo anything remotely intellectual. And there are plenty of opportunities for that; three...
  • by Adela Lovric, 17 Mar 2015
    Fresh is the keyword for our first spring round of events. Reinvent yourself in the next two weeks with a little help from the musically gifted.    WEDNESDAY 18.03 21.00 You Don’t Really Know Me w/ Phoebe Kiddo @ Monarch WHY: Not everyone in Berlin listens to electronic music only, and that also...
  • by bpigs team, 20 Aug 2014
    The Project Space Festival keeps us entertained on a daily basis with events that take us to the lake, on the dancefloor, through the window, and to a sensory feast. In a varied mix of events this week, you can also find some surprises and novelties, such as the open-air Kiez Oper and the first-ever Bubblefest. Atonal...
  • by Adela Lovric, 29 Jul 2013
    THURSDAY 25.07 Berlin Atonal @ Kraftwerk  This new old festival really couldn't go wrong with the combination of an amazing location and a great lineup, and it even surpassed the high expectations. When I first felt that impressive wall of sound that relocated my internal organs and gave a nice brain...
  • by Adela Lovric, 24 Jul 2013
    Ralf Baecker (Saturday 27.07 @ LEAP) A rewarding week of events for those who stick to Berlin - openings, performances, parties and discussions, as well as an exciting program within the resurrected legendary Berlin Atonal festival.  WEDNESDAY 24.07 20.00 FEED: Transforma & Yro + Panoptik @ KW WHY: FEED...

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