Berghain

Clothes off, party on.

Let’s settle this one once and for good: getting into the Berghain is as (un)fair as a coin flip. Sometimes you’ll get in, sometimes you’ll get bounced. You won’t know why you got in, and you won’t know why you got bounced. But if you manage to get in, you’ll experience something that you will never find anywhere else.

Berghain’s unique intensity will test your physical endurance

Don’t be surprised by the clubbers leaving most of their clothes at the cloakroom and head into this cold concrete block to find your spot. The Panorama is probably the one to start with if you’re not familiar with the « serious » nightlife. However, if you’re in the mood for dancing until complete exhaustion, Berghain’s sound system and unique intensity will test your physical endurance, hour after hour. And if you’re interested in visiting the DarkRooms, please ask us in DM. We might get into trouble if we put explicit words on what happens there.

 

Une photo publiée par @fagalho le

Photo courtesy of Michael Mayer (Flickr)

Berghain
Am Wriezener Bahnhof, 10243 Berlin

Am Wriezener Bahnhof, 10243 Berlin

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