Berghain, Berlin’s famous club, will reopen from October 2.
Masks won’t be required, although they have stated that the events will be “open for vaccinated or recovered persons” with “proof of vaccination or recovery only with Corona-Warn-App or CovPass-App resp. EU Digital COVID Certificate”.
There will also be contact tracing, via a personal Berghain pass - which are available online or upon entry.
Next Saturday’s first scheduled Klubnacht is to include back-to-backs from names such as Ben Klock and Marcel Dettmann, and Tama Sumo and Lakuti. DJ Stingray 313, Cormac, Héctor Oaks, Electric Indigo and others will be filling slots too.
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The Klubgarten has been open since July 10 this year - only open during dry weather - so the full reopening two months later is a welcome progression.
Having reopened as an art gallery in September 2020 to maintain funds through lockdown - with a show titled Studio Berlin - the club has had to explore all avenues, although
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You can find full listings on Berghain’s Klubnacht events here.
Niamh Ingram is Mixmag’s Weekend Editor, follow her on Twitter