The countdown begins! In just 2 weeks time, Berlin Festival will take over Berlin's historic Tempelhof Airport once more, welcoming party people from all across Europe and beyond for two whole days of electrifying performances from artists including Bj"rk, Blur, My Bloody Valentine, Pet Shop Boys and many, many more. With a genre clash of pop, techno and indie, the much-loved Art Village, a poetry slam, spoken word and a mix of underground and mainstream, Berlin Festival brings together all the cultural facets of the German capital.
Friday 6 September
Tempelhof Airport takes off from 2pm with acts including Bastille, Bosnian Rainbows andThe Sounds before headliners Pet Shop Boys and Blur take to the main stage. Villagers,Dumme Jungs, Tomahawk, John Talabot and Left Boy are also among the acts to perform at Tempelhof before the action moves to Club Xberg at Arena Berlin after midnight. The party continues well into the early hours at Club Xberg in true Berlin style with performances fromBoys Noize, Miss Kittin, R"yksopp, DJedjotronic, SCNTST and more.
Saturday 7 September
My Bloody Valentine, Bjork, White Lies, Ellie Golding, Savages, Is Tropical, Delphic, Klaxons and Pantha Du Prince and just a handful of the world-class acts to perform at Tempelhof on Saturday. Club X-Berg also delivers another impressive selection or electronic acts including Justice, Busy P, Breakbot, SebastiAn, Round Table Knights and Shir Khan.
The All-inclusive Festival Ticket, which gives festivalgoers access to Berlin Festival at Tempelhof Airport, Club Xberg at Arena and Club THF at Hangar 2 is available for EUR 129 plus booking fee. A free shuttle bus service from and to the venues is also included.
The full running order has been revealed today http://www.berlinfestival.de/acts/timetable/. For more info
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