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A new open-air club ÆDEN is launching in Berlin

Juliana Huxtable, Session Victim and more play the opening weekend

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 7 June 2021
A new open-air club ÆDEN is launching in Berlin

A new club called ÆDEN (pronounced ‘Eden’) is opening in Berlin.

The open-air venue launches this weekend on June 12, with Juliana Huxtable and Reka playing. It’s located in Kreuzberg.

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On Sunday, June 13, the line-up includes Mehmet Aslan, Session Victim and Oskar.

Dancing is currently prohibited by lockdown restrictions in Berlin, with the venue set to operate as a beer garden until restrictions are lifted.

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As well as DJ and live music events, the venue will host art installations.

It’s described as: “A playground of elysian charm distinguished by a carefully selected program. A modern pleasure garden full of manifold stories.”

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Get tickets here.

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