Berghain Tag

Berghain is many things. It is one of the most closely guarded secrets ever. It is one of the most mysterious, elusive and selective clubs in the world. It's Berlin's most legendary venue. It's the authentic techno fortress. If they say it's almost impossible to escape from Alcatraz prison, the difficulty of getting into Berghain is equally legendary. The rules

Tesla and Space X CEO billionaire Elon Musk is one of the most influential individuals on the planet. Recently taking a visit to Germany's capital of Berlin over the weekend to open a brand new Tesla gigafactory, the billionaire decided on a bar crawl to some of the city's best and biggest clubs to celebrate, which reportedly ended in Elon

Berlin club, Berghain will plan to open its doors to dance fans for the first time in nine months this weekend. Beginning Saturday at 1 pm, Berghain's Klubgarten will welcome six acts to its outdoor stage. Since the cancellation of all events in 2020, the famous Berlin club has had to use its facility as an art gallery, The artists on Saturday will

If you are a real techno fan, then you know that it’s always challenging to choose a good club. However, just like I’m always confident in people I ask to do my paper while planning a cool party, I can say there are places with a rock-solid reputation for occasional or regular night club visitors. There, you always know that the

Robbie Williams plans to get into the club scene, opening a multi-functioning club and art gallery ‘a bit like Berghain’. According to Der Spiegel, the British pop star wants to open a music venue in Berlin to pursue a brand-new and ambitious project. 25 years after leaving the legendary boyband Take That, Robbie Williams is back and planning some extraordinary

The iconic Bootshaus Club in Cologne (Germany) has just announced they will be closing its doors until April 19th after the measures adopted by the local German government ahead of the Covid-19 concerns that is striking Europe right now. The music festival scene is currently going through hard times. In fact, it's difficult to remember the last time we experienced a

World-renowned Berlin club Berghain has voluntarily closed its doors until April 20th as concerns around the coronavirus continue in Germany and worldwide. The hallowed club, famous for it's after-hours techno, legendary sound system, and notoriously difficult entry policy, has announced that all self-promoted events in Berghain, Panoramabar and Säule are being discontinued as the situation develops. It comes as Germany announced