Helena Hauff, Spacetravel, Nicolas Lutz and Moritz von Oswald are all booked for the three-city bash this year.
The long-running Moscow venue and promoter has had a troubled time in its hometown. After the original club burned down, the new space was forced to close due to property developments in the area. Then the club's festival, Outline, was suddenly cancelled by police last year. Three more attempts to hold events in a new Arma17 space were thwarted by authorities, according to local Russian media.
As a result, the club will move around Europe for its ninth birthday celebrations, starting in St. Petersburg on Saturday, April 29th. It's a two-day event across four rooms in the Arsenal City Space, which was a warehouse originally built in 1711. Among the highlights for that one are Helena Hauff, Demdike Stare, Container, Hieroglyphic Being, Spacetravel and the Max Loderbauer-featuring group Ambiq.
They'll move to Berlin's Griessmühle on May 27th for another four-room party, this time with Nicolas Lutz, Binh, Phuong Dan and live performances from Clock DVA and Esplendor Geometrico. And on September 23rd, Arma17 will host an event in collaboration with Unleash at the Great Suffolk St Warehouse. Rhadoo, Moritz von Oswald, Felix Kubin, Fumiya Tanaka, Nastia, Toresch, Phuong Dan and Nicolas Lutz are among the acts booked for that one.
For full lineups, check out the event listings.