Funkhaus is a former GDR broadcast centre built in the 1950s, located overlooking the River Spree in Berlin's east.
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"Berlin is the city that never sleeps to a beat of 130bpm and a constant data flow - Out of necessity we have created an environment for a slower pace of existence, we re-align the balance. Disconnect to reconnect and refuel your spirit”
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We are super excited about our first edition of the Funkhaus Ambient series.
Outside of Funkhaus next to the river we welcome Shakleton & Takumi for a special Live Show. Burnt Friedmann will also perform which we are extremely happy about.
After their collaboration last year we thought it would be brilliant to have Dasha here too.
And as we are in the flow of bringing likeminded souls together we booked John Osborn and Paul Spymania - last evening together was at Sub:Stance.
Natural/electronic.system rounds the day-evening up.
As our friends from Sound Garden said:
"Electronic music is about a lot more than moving the dancefloor, and this party explores the other side - downbeat, IDM, ambient and other music for your mind. This is an easy, chilled event where friends can gather, talk, relax, and listen to some more downtempo sounds."
Funkhaus with his long history within the world of sounds is the perfect place for us.
Open Air next to the river, in front of Funkhaus, underneath trees with loads of beanbags and japanese food.
◦ Early bird tickets
◦ First Release tickets
◦ Second Release tickets
( between 12.00-18.00 there will be 50 tickets à 10€ only - first come first served )
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