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Sound Art Festival is taking place at Tegel Airport in Berlin

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This year’s Sound Art Festival will take place in Berlin’s recently shuttered TXL. In terminals A and B from August 21 to September 5, Sonambiente Berlin TXL is touted as a “farewell to Berlin TXL” and an “event for sights and sounds.” A virtual reality installation and sound performances by artists such as Laurie Anderson & Hsin-Chien Huang, Emeka Ogboh, Blixa Bargeld, Felix Kubin, Scanner, and Electric Indigo will be included.

A favorite of DJs and touring musicians due to its quick travel time, the airport will close in November 2020. Soon, its terminal building will house the Berlin University of Applied Sciences, which will be house There will be a new residential neighborhood called Schumacher-Quartier built on top of Urban Tech Republic.

Sonambiente has been held twice before, in 1996 and 2006, at various sites.

You can purchase tickets here.

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Berlin clubs will open their doors to vaccinated and recovered persons as early as this weekend

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This weekend, the Berlin Senate will allow clubs to open for those who have either been vaccinated or have recovered from Covid-19, potentially as early as this weekend.

On August 31, the Berlin Clubcommission announced the decision. The new regulations are expected to go into force this weekend, according to a report by AFP.

People who have been vaccinated or recovered from Covid-19 infection will be permitted inside under the new method. Capacity and mask rules will not be enforced. They’ll still be prohibited from entering if they’re unvaccinated or have never received Covid-19.

When it came to those who had recently been vaccinated or recovered, an administrative court found that the prohibition on dancing indoors was “likely to be disproportional.” To comply with this judgment, the Berlin Senate announced its decision today. Since the summer, certain Berlin venues have operated outside spaces.

Plötze in Berlin set permission to continue holding events

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The lakeside venue in Berlin has been unable to stage music events in recent weeks.

Local officials have banned the open-air facility, which is located near the Plötzensee in Wedding, from organizing musical and cultural events since late July.

“Due to unclarity in rules and violated promises from the local district, Plötze has been prevented from offering any sort of cultural program that incorporates music throughout the previous weeks,” the Plötze team said in a statement this week. After months of back and forth, there is now clarity: Culture at the Plötze will take place, and dancing, even if only on one leg, will be authorized once more.


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No live instruments would perform within the venue under the new arrangement negotiated with the authorities, resulting in the cancellation of all scheduled live band performances.

A condition of the deal is that capacity limitations will be in place for future events, which will resume this weekend. On Sunday, August 15th, Plötze’s schedule will resume with Sunshine Club, followed by an extended back-to-back performance between Francesco Del Garda and Saoirse on Saturday, August 21st.

The club’s complete statement may be seen here.

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Planet Pleasure taking place this Thursday at Revier Südost

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Since its unfortunate closure, the particular place once known as Griessmuehle has developed into what is now known as Revier Südost, bringing with it the advent of a brand-new party to Berlin.

Planet Pleasure’s former incarnation was world-renowned for weekend-long debauched parties featuring some of the world’s finest musicians, and Planet Pleasure is ready to continue this legacy.

Planet Pleasure, which will take place on Thursdays exclusively, will have its inaugural edition on August 19th, and the first musical adventure is jam-packed with stars. The prolonged session will begin in the early evening and will not conclude until 12 hours later.

House and techno legends such as mistress Anthea, German house maestro Djoko, who will perform b2b with Thalo Santana, vibe machine Gene on Earth, Thabo, and minimal queen Vera will provide the soundtrack to the enormous mature playground. These may be Planet Pleasure’s inaugural event, but with lineups like this and a location like Revier Südost, we’re confident it’ll be a great success with Berlin’s untapped potential.

You can find out more about the event on Facebook and buy tickets here.

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RA focuses on outset DJ seminars with Berlin radio station Refuge Worldwide

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A year of free monthly DJ seminars will be held by RA and Berlin radio station Refuge Worldwide. RA will offer beginning DJ courses at Refuge Worldwide’s studio and community space on Weserstraße in Neukölln, Berlin, for the next 12 months. The next will occur on August 9th, and subsequent ones will take place on chosen Mondays each month.

The sessions will begin with a lesson led by an experienced DJ, followed by open deck times for students to experiment. CCL, rRoxymore, Call Super, Sally C, Nick Höppner, and Sky Deep will be the first six mentors. The last six will be revealed later this year.

The program, which was created as part of Refuge Worldwide’s continuing collaboration with Open Music Lab, is now taking applications—minority and marginalized groups will be given priority. Femme Bass Mafia will give a basic tutorial on DJing before the seminars. Covid-19 limitations will apply to the course dates.

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Resident Advisor | Refuge Worldwide