The new incarnation of an old techno institution, Tresor Club is set in an abandoned power plant spanning 22,000m² on Köpenicker Straße in Berlin’s Mitte neighbourhood – a labyrinth of concrete passages mazing into basement vaults and industrial halls. Inside there are three separate but connected floors: Globus and +4Bar for house and experimental electronic music, and, of course, the famed vault which, reached through a 30m long tunnel, carries the Tresor sound uncompromisingly. The club is open every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
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There are nightclubs and then there’s Berghain. Berlin’s mighty techno-palace has built a fearsome reputation over the years leading up to, this month, its 10th birthday. With peerless reputation has come immeasurable impact around the world, both musically and culturally-speaking. Berghain is a dancefloor that has fundamentally changed the rules.
Club Website: http://berghain.de/