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Berlin club Tresor shares full line-up for two month-long anniversary festival

Objekt, DJ Stingray 313, JASSS and more have joined the bill

Berlin club Tresor shares full line-up for two month-long anniversary festival

Tresor has unveiled more than 80 acts to complete the line-up for its upcoming two-month festival, Tresor31: Berlin und die große Freiheit.

Newly confirmed to DJ across the festival's run are Objekt, JASSS, Powder, Logic1000, object blue, and DJ Python b2b Anthony Naples. There are also newly billed live sets from Underground Resistance, DJ Stingray 313, Kangding Ray, Neil Landstrumm and Ectomorph.

The festival will take in three weekend-long club events across its seven-week run, which will also include showcases from famed Berlin record shop Hard Wax and Jensen Interceptor and Assembler Code's International Chrome label.

The free-to-attend discourse programme will include a panel on Berlin's clubbing landscape and a talk by writer and producer DeForrest Brown, Jr., as well as a further talk by Interdimensional Transmissions' Brendan M. Gillen. 

The festival will make use of Tresor's main floor, as well as its Globus, OHM and Kraftwerk spaces, with club nights, live concerts, talks and a multi-media exhibition exploring Tresor's history filling out the festival plans, which mark the 31st anniversary of the Berlin clubbing and techno institution.

Helena Hauff, Donato Dozzy, Yazzus, Regis, RP Boo, Moritz von Oswald and Giant Swan were among the first names announced to be playing during the festival's seven weeks when details of Tresor31 were first revealed last month.

The festival will run from 8th July through to 27th August. Find out more via Tresor's website.

Revisit DJ Mag's 2021 piece on Tresor's 30th anniversary here.