Tresor, Berlin is back and with a seven-week long festival
The fest will include 20 club nights, eight concerts and an exhibition
Berlin’s nightclub Tresor has announced Tresor31, a seven-week-long festival running this summer.
The nightclub finally reopened earlier this month after a hiatus since March 2020 and has been refurbished with a new soundsystem by Lambda Labs and a Globus floor.
Now open, ‘Tresor 31: Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit’ will include over 20 club nights at Tresor, Globus and OHM, as well as eight concerts at Kraftwerk and an exhibition that delves into the past three decades of the evolution of the music scene.
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Running from July 8 to August 27, the full line-up is slowly being shared with Donato Dozzy, Helena Hauff, Jensen Interceptor, Moritz von Oswald, RP Boo, Simo Cell, Regis, Yazzus and Antenes confirmed.
Visual artists are also set to be at the festival, including Bahar Noorizadeh, Claire Williams, Rebecca Salvadori, Mark Prendergast, Arthur Jafa and Joe Namy.
In 2021, Tresor celebrated its 30th anniversary with a 52-track compilation, containing “classics and exclusive commissions”, formats as a box-set including 12 records.
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The album profiles some of the artists that have given the “sound and foundation” for the last 30 years of Tresor.
Check out the Tresor31 website here for more information.
Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter