Wednesday and Thursday nights will move to Polyglon Club, while weekend slam poetry and cinema events will happen at Alte Münze.
Berlin club Griessmuehle has announced some upcoming plans in the face of its imminent closure.
Once the club shuts on Monday, February 3rd, after its final Cocktail d'Amore party, its weeknight programming will move to Friedrichshain's Polygon Club, while weekend "cultural events," such as film screenings and slam poetry, will happen at Alte Münze in Mitte.
The club also notes that a new space for their onsite record store, Latitude, "is already in prospect," while the next-door Bistro CC Neukölln will cease to exist after this week, though the club owners are working on a new food concept in the neighbourhood.
Over 48,000 people have signed the petition to save Griessmuehle, though its future still remains up in the air.
Last week, hundreds of people gathered in front of the Neukölln town hall to protest the club's closure. Read our review of last weekend's party, Griessmuehle - Is This The End?.