Berlin clubs are to be reduced to 50% capacity from this weekend due to rising cases of COVID-19.
Due to a new ruling, venues and nightclubs in the German capital will only be able to operate at half-capacity from Saturday, 27th November. It's the latest development in a rollercoaster few months for the city regulations-wise.
Berlin party REEF will make its debut at Berghain next month.
The party, which was previously held at the now closed Griessmühle club until late 2019, was originally due to hold its first event at Berghain in April 2020, but it was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The debut edition at Berghain will now go down on Friday, 19th November in the main Berghan space of the venue. REEF founder Darwin will be joined on the night by Batu, re:ni and fellow party resident Esposito.
Elon Musk recently threw a 9000 person launch party to open the new Tesla Gigafactory in Berlin.
The event reportedly had a festival element to it, featuring live music from techno DJs, as well as dance and some large-scale stage design to host the performances.
There was also a large-scale lighting set-up, as well as arcade games, giant balloon robot figures, arcade games,Tesla accelerator ride-alongs and a ferris wheel. You can get a feel for the festivities via one attendees' post, capturing the scene before it all officially started, on Twitter below.
JASSS has announced details of her new album.
The Berlin-based Spanish sound artist, producer and DJ, aka Silvia Jiménez Alvarez, will release 'A World of Service' via Berghain's in-house label Ostgut Ton on 26th November.
The wait is finally over: Berghain is reopening this weekend.
The legendary Berlin club's first club night since March 2020 takes place on Saturday 2nd October with b2bs from Ben Klock and Marcel Dettman, Tama Sumo and Lakuti, and Massimiliano Pagliara and nd_baumecker, as well as Cormac, rRoxymore, Steffi and more.
Berlin clubs could reopen indoors this weekend for those who have received both doses of an approved COVID-19 vaccination or have recently recovered from the illness (and therefore have natural antibodies), according to the city's Clubcommission.
Berlin is the latest major nightlife destination to announce a resumption of indoor music events with dancing. The decision was made following a court ruling to overturn laws imposing heavy restrictions on clubs and other venues. Crucially, though, the decision only relates to those who have been vaccinated or have recently recovered from COVID-19.