It'll be the Berlin club's first Klubnacht since March 2020.
Berlin club Berghain will reopen indoors in October for the first time since March 2020.
The first Klubnacht is scheduled for Saturday, October 2nd, with back-to-backs from Tama Sumo and Lakuti, Massimiliano Pagliara and nd_baumecker, and Ben Klock and Marcel Dettmann. There are also slots for DJ Stingray, Electric Indigo, rRoxymore, Gabrielle Kwarteng and Cormac.
The rest of October includes a party curated by Mala Junta, plus DJ sets from Sally C, DVS1, Avalon Emerson, LSDXOXO, Palms Trax, Honey Dijon and more.
Berghain will follow the "2G rule," which requires all attendees to have proof of vaccination or have recently recovered from Covid-19. This must be shown via the Corona-Warn-App, CovPass-App or the EU's digital COVID certificate. Masks are optional and there will be no social distancing. Head here and watch the kooky video for more information.
During the pandemic, Berghain has been hosting weekend garden parties and midweek events since July, as well as the Studio Berlin exhibition and Jakob Kudsk Steensen's work in Halle.
Check the full Klubnacht listings here.
Photo: Simon Tartarotti
Update, September 30th: The paragraph about 2G entry requirements was added to this piece after it was published.