You can now Skate and dance the night away at Berlin's exclusive Berghain club
It’s one of Berlin's most iconic nightclubs with a status across Europe as the epicentre of techno but that’s not the only claim to fame for this exclusive club, the notoriously strict door policy has attracted world wide media coverage and guides claiming to have cracked the process of getting in trouble free.
Housed in a former power plant in the east of Berlin, the Berghain is now catering for more than party goes with the introduction of an ice rink of all things.
The 18 x 7 metre ice rink is a temporary installation as part of the Festival for Adventurous Music and Art, the CMT.
The rink can hold a maximum of 40 skaters with prices starting at 5 euros per person, skates are for high for just 2 euros.
The event is designed for everyone, families included but after 9pm the club will return to its techno roots.
Famous techno artists such as Skatebard, Kyoka, Robert Lippok and DJ Occult are planned to perform with light artist Christopher Bauder visually accompanying with the light installation.
So if you’ve never managed to get past the Berghain doorman, head over to the ice rink between January 25th and February 10th, you can then claim to have entered the legendary nightclub.
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