PublishedWed, 30 Oct 2019, 16:45
- Collectives from over 27 countries will come to Berlin to participate in the awareness initiative on November 9th.
The Berlin Club Commission is hosting a European Club Night on the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The goal of the initiative, which takes place on November 9th, is to create awareness around the significance of the historic event. "Today we take for granted the ability, as Europeans, to travel, work and celebrate together freely," says the Facebook event. "Yet across the globe, military conflicts continue whilst repressed and marginalized groups are further limited by ingrained systems and immigration policies that stifle these communities freedom of movement. The European Club Night gives us the opportunity to come together."
Next weekend, collectives from 27 countries across Europe will come to Berlin to collaborate on parties with 27 local clubs and promoters. Among them, Poland's Jasna1 crew will play Griessmuehle, Lisbon's ZBD crew will play Acud Macht NEU and Belgium's Meakusma crew will play arkaoda. Another aim of the European Club Night is to "inspire and build up long-term partnerships and maintain regular artistic exchange."
To kick off the event, the Club Commission will present a Club Culture Manifesto in which the participating clubs commit to a common values charter.
Find out more about the European Club Night on its website.