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What's On This Weekend In Berlin | May 13-15

What's On This Weekend In Berlin | May 13-15

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Updated: 19 May 2016
May is weaving its way into our hearts with the promises of warm weather and sunshine. It may be too good to be true, this weekend is supposed to be a little blast from the past and not the fun hashtagable kind, temperatures are looking to drop and it might get downright cold. Berliners have combated the clouds and cold for many moons and we have some indoor activities in the very style of what makes Berlin, Berlin. Think lit mag parties, hip-hop festivals, independent cinemas, art openings and more parties. Let them drink Club-Mate (or vodka-mate) this weekend. 




PARTY   |    3 Years Humboldthain Club

Humboldthain Club will feature a massive line-up of electro, funk, and hip hop in celebration of three years in the capital.

Image via Flickr

Image via Flickr

PARTY   |   Berries Does Cherries

Back for a second round, Cherries returns for Berries Does Cherries, the cheeky spin off of Berries (one of the biggest hip hop nights in Berlin).

ART   |   Magic Beans Gallery

The Heidelberg born artist, Frederike von Cranach, will be the bell of the ball at Magic Beans this Friday. Kunst coupled with a live dance performance and a violin to elevate the experience.

Image courtesy of Magic Beans Gallery

Image courtesy of Magic Beans Gallery




EAT   |   Forget Taco Tuesday – Try Taco Everyday

Satiate the spicier hunger needs by going south of the border. Indulge in some fantastic Mexican eats, hey, calories don’t count on the weekends.

LITERATURE   |   Mix Literature & Libations With SAND

Get down right literary this Saturday night with SAND as they celebrate the launch of their latest issue with dancing, words, and good vibes.

Courtesy of SAND

Courtesy of SAND




FILM   |   Get Thee To A Cinema

Fight the retrograde into winter-like temperatures by checking out an art-house film: both comforting and brain nourishing.

EXPLORE   |   Be An Urban Nomad Up In Prenzlauer Berg

From its exceptional coffee scene to it’s not-so-vintage vintage, Prenzlauer Berg is worth a double, maybe triple-take this Sunday.