CTM Festival, Berlin’s 10-day experimental extravaganza that is celebrating its 20-year anniversary, will install an ice skating rink in the Halle am Berghain exhibition hall for a series of parties between January 25 and February 3.
The exhibition hall, which is often referred to as Berghain's "unused" other half, will be the site of a party on ice "soundtracked by an array of adventurous artists" during each day of the festival. The event series, titled Eishalle, implores music lovers to "bring your skates (or rent a pair) and practice your ice dancing skills to eclectic and free-roaming DJ sets."
Highly appreciated Berlin regulars such as DJ Occult, Skatebård, Freak de l’Afrique, Kyoka, Marylou, Rabih Beaini, Mo Loschelder and more are set to play at the ice skating rink during the event's 10-day run.
CTM Festival takes place in Berlin between Friday, January 25 and Sunday, February 3 across multiple venues in the German capital and will host a number of cutting-edge artists such as Lotic, Juliana Huxtable, Actress, Dasha Rush, Yves Tumor and many more.
Learn about CTM Festival's full program by going here
Read our review of CTM's 2018 edition here
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