photo: Victor Luque
Berlin’s queer nightlife is vibrant, diverse and yet divided, full of holes and ruptures. If you want your own little party island, you will find it, but finding that one common ground seems almost utopian. But now, WHOLE United Queer Festival wants to prove that there can be a queer common ground where we put all differences aside and dance together – at Europe’s first queer electronic music festival! Anyone familiar with what’s hot and what’s not after sunset might rub their eyes looking at the festival collaborators Buttons, Cocktail d’Amore, Curated by Girls, Discwoman, Pornceptual, Members, Riot, G Day, Horse Meat Disco, Unter, and TrashEra. It’s literally like your favorite Saturday nights went on a date and made a baby.
The festival kicks off its second edition on Friday the 24th of August 2018 and runs throughout the entire weekend until Monday 27th bringing you music, queer performance art, workshops and installations. While the well-known Berlin queer festival YO!Sissy focused on a broader musical spectrum from live bands to DJs, WHOLE focuses on electronic acts and wants to give you everything the nightlife scene has to offer in one line-up.
Their second edition is hosted at the Gremminer See, a location two hours from the capital and well-known to quality festival-goers. No bunkers, warehouses or industrial plants surrounding the dance floor for a change, but beautiful, remote nature. WHOLE wants to ensure a unique, beautiful and intimate experience for its 1,000 open-minded attendees and we cannot wait for our nightlife utopia to come true.
If you want to get inspired, watch their festival after movie of 2017 and the trailer for 2018 below.
Early Bird & 2nd release tickets are officially sold out. Spread the word and tell your friends to meet us in August at Gremminer See. Check out this Aftermovie from last year's gathering._Video: Juliana Mattos and Lucas Dias Editing: I Am JohannesMusic by Jules Etienne – Triangle Des Bermudas (Cocktail d’Amore Music).
Gepostet von WHOLE – United Queer Festival am Donnerstag, 31. Mai 2018