photo: Gary Lafargue for Neukölln Shopping Nacht
From vintage to design, edgy brands to accessories or even records to food, Neukölln has become a multifaceted shopping district. We’ve checked out a bunch of them lately to create a little guide to Neukölln for you guys because we hardly ever feature this youthful and blooming district of Berlin that especially the foreigners and expats love so much. So have a look at our selection of places in our Neukölln Guide after the jump. If you are looking for even more recommendations in Neukölln we recently published The Vintage Path Neukölln tour on our Friendly Berlin App with a great itinerary to spend a day in this beloved district in the name of vintage.
It’s Halloween this week and everybody is talking about what costume they will be wearing. Shame it’s right in the middle of the week, so a few parties have actually moved to the weekend. But still there is loads of scary stuff going on this Wednesday! This and other events after the jump.
This week there is sooo much going on it’s going to be one of those where you plan on doing all of it and then end up doing none because there are just to many events to attend to. Well, still you shouldn’t miss the Planningtorock DJ set today, Artconnect anniversary event program on Thursday til Sunday, the Bodi Bill book launch and the anniversary party of Sing Blackbird. These and many more events after the jump.
Hipster Olympiade, photo by Katrin Köbbert
This week everything seems to be back to normal in our weekly event guide. The summer is playing a nasty game with us, but what choice do we have other then making the best of it and hoping for some sunshine and less rain. Some highlights of this week are the concert of Hush Hush at the new club Chalet by the former Bar25 owners. The first Kiez Opera at Salon Zur Wilden Renate and the second Hipster Olympiade taking the crap out of some typical clichées about Berlin Hipsters. Have a look at our event recommendations after the jump.
What’s up in Berlin this week? The DMY, that’s what’s up! And along with the big design festival at Tempelhof Airport come a truckload of satellite events all over the city. We also have some nice exhibition openings this week as well as a very awesome Berghain party with the hottest acts in town. These and more events after the jump.
photo: Fumi Nagasaka
This week is dominated by awesome live music by New Look, Hush Hush, Super700 and more. We also have some fashion sales and events and a new dance/theatre play by Dorkypark. These and more events after the jump.
This week we have a couple of interesting readings (in German though), concerts by Digitalism and Heatstick, some promissing urban art exhibitions and the birthday Blitz party. This and much more after the jump.
While lately most of the events we had in our little Monday guide were art events, this week is pretty mixed with openings, fashion events, movies, parties, workshops, concerts and for the first time: a very special sports event… Learn more about it and all the other events after the jump.
artwork by Hara Katsiki
Even though we are still in London I have still manages to select the finest events for this week, including some wonderful exhibitions, movie screenings, readings, album release parties and the Social Media Week. Take a look at our recommendations after the jump.
Hiroki Tsukuda, Indifferent portrait, 2011
It’s funny how I just had a couple of conversations about my trip to Japan in 2008 on the weekend and now when I started to make my research for the new event guide stumbled about this interesting exhibtion about a new Tokyo after the disaster. What else do we have in the guide? A sexy, queer bar night, rebel movies, slut parades, blitz revivals and fleamarkets. The week may start… after the jump.