Berlin clubbing won’t be back to normal until end of 2022, says the city's Club Commission.
Speaking with Deutsche Presse-Agentur, chairwoman of the Berlin Club Commission and CEO of club Gretchen, Pamela Schobeß, said that she is anticipating a period of two years before clubs in Berlin can continue normal programming.
She added that the city's nightlife institutes were "the first to be closed and the last to be allowed to reopen," and kick-starting the clubbing economy "cannot go from zero to one hundred" without the continued support of federal and state governments.
A new community radio platform, Refuge Worldwide, will launch in Berlin this week.
After launching fundraising series Refuge back in 2015, the team behind the Berlin-based organisation will launch a new community radio platform later this week: Refuge Worldwide.
Berlin's Love Parade is set to return in a new format next year.
Organisers of a brand new street party in Berlin, Rave The Planet, have announced that their debut street parade will take place on the 9th July 2022, after coronavirus restrictions forced the team to cancel this year's event.
Berlin Atonal has revived its label to release a new compilation.
After becoming one of the many global events cancelled this year due to COVID-19 restrictions, Berlin's Atonal festival announced that, in place of this year's events, they would be releasing a five-part compilation, which is available digitally now, and will be released on vinyl in January 2021.
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Berlin has imposed a curfew on all bars and restaurants amid rising COVID-19 cases in the capital.
Following new restrictions from the French government earlier this week, which saw all bars in Paris order to close, the mayor of Berlin, Michael Mueller, has enforced a curfew on bars and restaurants in the German capital city.
A new contact tracing app for clubs has launched in Berlin to meet new government requirements amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Closecontact is a contact tracing app developed by a group of engineers, lawyers and designers from the music tech industry, alongside a handful of Berlin clubs, to allow venues to temporarily register visitors.