Berghain has been hosting weekend garden parties and midweek events outdoors since July. This weekend for the first time indoors will open for fully vaccinated atendants.
The world-famous techno club Berghain is back after more than one year with a severe door policy. It’s the first time since March 2020 that partygoers will be able to dance to the best Berlin techno-scene music.
This club is one of the most mysterious in Europe, photos and videos are not allowed and the bouncers are really strict.
Most of the German clubs, such as KitKat and Tresor, reopened their indoor dancefloors to the public on September 3 following the government’s ruling. But Berghain wanted to wait to show up with this incredible artist on the bill.
Berghain said it was looking forward to reviving on Friday for its first club night in almost 19 months with a message on its website that read:
“let the bass kick, see you on the dancefloor!”
Elsewhere in Berlin, restaurants, bars, museums, theatres and cultural displays are also open to people who are fully vaccinated or have recovered from COVID-19.
The techno mecca will open its doors for the first time since last March – with Ben Klock and Marcel Dettmann on the bill.
To raise funds during the pandemic, Berghain temporarily opened as an art exhibit, displaying the works of 85 Berlin-based artists. The exhibition, titled ‘Studio Berlin’, featured sound installations and multidisciplinary pieces, with many being constructed during the lockdown.