Everyday is a Weekend

Jazzanova

Jazzanova

You know, in Berlin everyday is a weekend. At least when it comes to parties. So here is our list of recommandations for the following days:

If you like to dress up 80s-style, love synthie wave music and Ewan Pearson you should head over to Scala on Thursday night for the No More Pop party. On Friday you can celebrate with the Ponyclub at Berghain Kantine, the Ponyclub is one of Friedrichshain’s oldest and coolest hair salons, by the way. Or, if you can somehow manage to get on the guestlist or get an invitation, you can celebrate 100 Years of Scala club with A Guy Called Gerald, a special guest (her name is a fruit) and many more. They have a dress code for this special occasion: Wild Twenties.

On Saturday you will have the chance to see Jazzanova at Crush. The Berlin-based band will celebrate the release of their new album Of All Things. At the .BHC there’s going to be a closing party of their current exhibition Berliner Straße. And if you are a boy who likes boys but not so much the cheasy party scene for that kind of folk you might want to try out the ZMF and get some rosy cheeks at Bouncing Boys. Flyers after the bump.

No More Pop at Scala

No More Pop at Scala

Jazzanova at Crush

Finissage Berliner Straße at .BHC

Bouncing Boys at ZMF

Bouncing Boys at ZMF

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