Berlin Festival relocates to Arena Park, Kreuzberg


Berlin Festival relocates to Arena Park, Kreuzberg

Berlin Festival is relocating to Kreuzberg, a cultural hotspot in the beating heart of this vibrant city, heading to its new home at Arena Park, the area around Club der Visionäre and Arena Berlin, Hoppetosse and White Trash. Taking over Arena Park for one marathon 48-hour party on September 5-7, Berlin Festival promises to be one unforgettable weekend, soundtracked by only the most diverse, promising and talked-about acts from around the globe.

Although Berlin Festival’s night program has taken place at Arena Park for the last few years, the move to the new location marks the start of a new era for the festival. Berlin Festival is very happy this move worked out in time for the 2014 event as the area offers more than one could expect: Badeschiff with its beachfront and pool-atmosphere, the vintage rock ‘n roll kitchen White Trash, the stunning open-air locations Club der Visionäre and Ipse, alongside Glashaus, Hoppetosse and the Arena itself will ensure that Berlin Festival will be more colourful, diverse and even more surprising.

As well as relocating to a more central cultural hub, Berlin Festival becomes the first ever to offer a 48-hour program in one place, where revellers can party without needing to move between venues representing Berlin’s prized sub-culture and its spirit in the best open-air location in the city. An outdoor stage will be added to the event, while the popular side events are being expanded. Catch Woodkid, Moderat, Editors, Sven Väth, DARKSIDE, Warpaint, Jessie Ware, Kid Ink, Bombay Bicycle Club, Trentmøller (live), DJ Koze, Chase and Status (DJ set), Crystal Fighters, Digitalism, Neneh Cherry & Rocketnumbernine, Ellen Allien, Mount Kimbie, Hudson Mohawke, Foreign Beggars, Rustie, Jimmy Edgar and many more for the weekend’s festivities.

And in addition to the well-established Art-Village, Berlin Festival will be host to a Food Village that will include typical Berlin themed food stalls in and around the festival site.

Berlin Festival was the first open-air event to prove the great possibilities of Tempelhof airport as an event location, and now this unique event heads to a new authentic site that boasts of historical Berlin flair. The festival organisers had planned a move to Arena Park since the end of the 2013 edition of the event, and now the time is right for Berlin Festival to relocate to the middle of this vibrant area which has become a focal point of Berlin’s night life in recent years.

This year’s all-weekend event allows revellers to party throughout an entire 48-hour period; boasting more acts, art installations, colour and craziness than ever before, this year’s Berlin Festival guarantees a melting pot of creativity true to the city.

An integral partner of the annual Berlin Music Week (September 3-7 /, Berlin Festival celebrates the German capital’s diverse and eclectic culture through music and arts programming. Pulling together some of the finest names in international music – the Berlin Festival soundtrack reflects the city itself: innovative, creative and inspirational.

Berlin Festival 2014
September 5-7
Arena Park,

Sven Väth
Jessie Ware
Kid Ink
Bombay Bicycle Club
Trentemøller (live)
DJ Koze
Chase & Status (DJ set & Rage)
Fünf Sterne Deluxe
Crystal Fighters
Digitalism (DJ set)
Neneh Cherry & Rocketnumbernine
Dieter Meier (Yello)
Ellen Allien
Alle Farben
Nina Kraviz
Mount Kimbie
Hudson Mohawke
Zoot Woman
Henrik Schwarz (live)
André Galuzzi
Foreign Beggars
Jazzanova (DJ Set)
Jimmy Edgar
Mykki Blanco
Rampue (live)
The Acid
Aerea Negrot
Jacques Greene
Chopstick & JohnJon
Karate Andi
Edgar Wasser & Fatoni
Retrogott & Hulk Hodn
Nod Ones Head
DJ Stickle
Fidelity Kastrow
and more to be announced

Weekend tickets available from €74
Day Tickets available from €44