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Mauerpark's weekly karaoke sessions | © sfreimark / Flickr
Mauerpark's weekly karaoke sessions | © sfreimark / Flickr
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The Best Karaoke Spots in Berlin, Germany

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Updated: 17 August 2017

You don’t have to possess a great voice to sing along to your favourite hits, all you really need is a stage, a few beers to build your confidence and a slightly inebriated crowd to cheer you along. Calling all wannabe rock stars and moonlighting crooners – these karaoke joints in Germany’s capital have it all, and are waiting for you to step into the limelight.

Karaoke at Mauerpark

Set in an outdoor amphitheatre in Mauerpark, the free entry, large and enthusiastic crowds and loveable host make this karaoke spot one of the best in Berlin. It’s a must-see experience for any visitor to the city, even if you participate as nothing more than a joyous crowd member, firing up the brave souls singing their hearts out on stage. Mauerpark turns into a festival every Sunday and in summer this karaoke spot becomes the heart of it all.

Expect a massive audience at Mauerpark


Monster Ronson’s Ichiban Karaoke

Monster Ronson’s Ichiban is everything you’ve always wanted to try but haven’t had the courage before coming to Berlin. It’s a queer bar packed with a lot of sass and number one hits that will make you a hero just for one night. Epic moments await at this karaoke bar, and if you don’t drink too much you might even remember them in the morning. Doors open at 7pm.

Warschauer Str. 34, Berlin, Germany

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Karaoke and Erlebnisbar Green Mango

With over 150 thousand songs in their kitty, this karaoke bar in Schöneberg is where songbirds go to dream. Described as a ‘karaoke and adventure bar’, this is the perfect place to celebrate a special occasion while throwing all caution to the wind at one of the two exotically themed bars. It is open every day from 7.30pm, except for Mondays – the holy day of rest for any rock star.

Bülowstraße 56-57, Berlin, Germany

Nicht ohne mein Team. #berlinbabes

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Kim’s Karaoke

Kim’s is just what a karaoke should be – Japanese kitsch, oozing cheesiness, terrible singing and alcohol. Tucked away in a Kreuzberg backyard, Kim’s is the real deal. With a largely Korean audience, it now attracts a diverse crowd of people and tourists who get a kick out of the trashy atmosphere and the enthusiastic performers. Not intimidating and authentic, it’s all about the fun of it at this karaoke bar.

Mehringdamm 32, Berlin, Germany

Karaoke … #berlin

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Rauschgold

The legendary monthly Karaoke evenings at Rauschgold  are not to be missed. This bar celebrates queer love, singing stars and delicious cocktails in a dreamy and inviting atmosphere. The staff are a bag of laughs and a lot of care has been put into the decor of the place, making it a comfortable place to get a little loose. This smokey bar is a top choice for exploring the LGBT Berlin party scene, doors open at 8pm. Check their homepage for their calendar of events.

Mehringdamm 62, Berlin, Germany

Lovely bar 💖

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Kiez Karaoke

If smokey karaoke in an intimate setting is your thing, then come and sing your heart out here. This little pit of fun offers guests a classic song selection, good drinks, a spacious dance floor and a warm atmosphere that promises barrels of laughs and a rocking party. Come celebrate your birthday, new job or stag party in this cute little neighbourhood karaoke bar!


Sing City, Karaoke Bar

Like the name suggests, Sing City is where your vocal cords go to vacation. It’s a bit out of town, but the incredible space, epic lighting and disco balls make it all worth it for anyone willing to make the trip. Expect an extensive song collection, great cocktails and a relentlessly cheerful mood. This one’s only open on Fridays and Saturdays.

Reichweindamm 5, Berlin, Germany

Sing City