Iconic ‘90s Berlin club E-Werk reopens for weekend of parties hosted by Pallas
The events take place this month from March 24 - 27
Berlin’s famed ‘90s club E-Werk is set to reopen this month for the first time in some 25 years for a special weekend-long event series.
Over the course of the weekend from Thursday, March 24 until Sunday, March 27, more than 60 artists will walk through the doors of the storied nightclub for its return events.
Berlin promoters Pallas have curated a line-up featuring artists from all over the globe including Gabber Eleganza, Brutalismus 3000, Eclair Fifi, John Talabot, Special Guest, and Elena Colombi.
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Kicking off on Friday, Concrete Berlin has put together a line-up running from midnight until 2:PM on Saturday afternoon. Shortly after, Natilus takeover for a daytime party until 11:PM before Voxnox see in the nighttime showcase.
On the event’s final day, Hard Trade continues the party until the early hours of Monday with a line-up boasting Mike Push, Paul Copping, Special Guest, and more.
“With the concept "Temporary Club" Pallas creates a club experience for only one weekend at the historic E-Werk Berlin, Wilhelmstraße 43 in Mitte,” Pallas announced on Instagram.
Thursday night marks the official opening party for the ‘temporary club’ taking place at 9:PM and running until Friday morning with a surprise, currently unannounced line-up.
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From 1993 until 1997, Berlin’s E-Werk was front and centre of Berlin’s growing techno scene before closing its doors just a couple of years before the new millennium.
The iconic space in Mitte hosted hundreds of musicians during its time, including Carl Cox, Laurent Garnier, The Prodigy, and plenty more.
Pallas will continue hosting parties at E-Werk every other month. Find out more about this month’s event series here.
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