Berlin is getting a new open-air club, ÆDEN, which launches Saturday 12th June, with sets from Juliana Huxtable and Reka. The following day, Sunday 13th June, another party will see Session Victim, Mehmet Aslan and Oskar take control.
The 350-capacity venue is located in the Kreuzberg district of Germany's capital. Due to ongoing coronavirus lockdown restrictions in the city, which continue to prohibit dancing, the initial focus will be on providing a beer garden with music.
In addition to visiting DJs and acts, there will also be space for art installations on a regular basis. The address describes itself on Instagram as: "A playground of elysian charm distinguished by a carefully selected program. A modern pleasure garden full of manifold stories."
Find out more about how Berlin's nightlife adapted to the pandemic in our deep dive feature from 2020, then read up on how Germany has given clubs cultural institute status, and the six point plan for reopening venues announced back in spring. At the beginning of this year, the Berlin Club Commission said it did not expect the legendary scene to be back to normal until late next year.
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