Mauerpark’s Bearpit Karaoke goes BIG

One of the most iconic happenings in Berlin is definately the Bearpit Karaoke that is run by Joe Hatchiban on Sundays in the public arena in the center of the Mauerpark. It’s the one thing that everyone will alway recommend you to go to when visiting Berlin. Hundreds of people will gather around the circle stage and applaud everyone courageous enough to sing in front of so many people. And you don’t have to be afraid to fail, because no matter how your performance turns out to be, people will applaud for you like you are some kind of rockstar. And it’s that magical moment when suddenly one inconspicuous looking performer starts to sing so amazingly impressive that the whole crowd goes mute in awe that makes this Karaoke session so special and unforgottable. Of course the applause for those kind of performers will be explosive.

On the third of October you will get the chance to experience the Bearpit Karaoke on an even bigger stage. Joe got invited to join the Coke Festival of Happiness at Brandenburger Tor on the anniversary day of the reunification of Germany. This one is going to be his biggest Karaoke show ever and the performers will sing in front of thousands of people. That’s going to be one hell of a thrill! After the jump we have a little documentary for you about Joe Hatchiban and his Karaoke show. Meet you at the Brandenburger Tor stage on Thursday!

Live-Karaoke with Joe Hatchiban (Bearpit Karaoke)

Thursday, October 3rd 2013, 16h

Further live acts: The Wanted, Laserkraft 3D, Y-Titty & Bastian Baker

Applications to perform live until September 24th 2013.

Brandenburger Tor

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