What's New: Our Event Guide For This September

Wanna check someone of the Berlin's finest events September has to offer ? We have compiled a list for you.


2015 2nd-20th September
Musikfest marks the festival season in Berlin and opens in style on the 2nd September. Running for three weeks as we wave goodbye to summer, the concert halls across the city will be filled with some of the world’s finest musicians. Find them at www.berlinerfestspiele.de

International    Literature Festival 

9th-19th September
Now in its 14th year the International Literature Festival is bringing together writers and readers from across the world for a celebration of language and culture. All pieces are presented in the original language but there are interpeters on hand for those fluent auf Deutsch. Find them in Mitte’s Haus Der Berliner.

Doku.Arts/ Zeughauskino

9th –27th September
Find yourself a serious slice of cultural action this September at the Deutsches Historisches Museum for an art house cinema programme par excellence. This event focuses on that most Berlin on topics – city planning, architecture and the living, breathing city streets. See one or more of 15 new documentaries examining cities, people and life. Find more at: www.dhm.de/zeughauskino


12th-13th September
If you’re not quite prepared to bid farewell to festival season, Lollapolooza’s first visit to Europe offers one last blow out before it is winter coat time. Bringing global headlining acts like Muse and Macklemore together with German favourites like Seeed, Beatsteaks and Deichkind, Lollapoolza is an excellent laidback festival to round of the summer. Details online at: www.lollapaloozade.com

Heritage Day 

13th September 
Also known as the Day of the Open Monument, Berliners are invited to visit monuments not normally available to the public. Meet experts, take tours and learn about some of the culture lurking unseen in the city. There are a host of hidden treasures, see the website: www.tag-des-offenen-denkmals.de

Berlin Marathon 

27th September
Perhaps more of a warning than it is notice, the marathon returns this September to render the streets unworkable, buses pointless and your self-esteem in tatters. If you’re warmer hearted than us, there’s probably some joy to be had in seeing middle aged men run a fair distance. Berlin Logs will be sulking inside.

Tresor Presents: 

10 Years of Tectonic
Already promising to be a massive event, Tresor’s programme for September is enough to put any lingering thoughts of spending one’s weekend productively to rest. The 10 Years of Tectonic (including Pinch, Prevalist, 5262 and as-yet unannounced special guest) is set to be the biggest. Doors from midnight.

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