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Berlin Festival is known as one of the most important rock festivals in europe. the festival is held every year in autumn, it takes place int he oldairfied Tempelhof in Berlin Suburb. The festival raises music shows performed by leading worldwide rockbands, as well as unfamiliar artists and talented compositions. Shows are held on 2 stages, in front of about 10000 spectators.

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Festival news Berlin Festival news Berlin Written 2013-03-04 03:47:50
This year's Berlin Festival line-up is taking shape, with a whole host of new acts revealed today, including My Bloody Valentine, Klaxons, Fritz Kalkbrenner and John Talabot. On 6 and 7 September, Berlin?s historic Tempelhof Airport will play host to the world?s finest indie and electronic artists.
My Bloody Valentine will return to the city in which they recorded their debut EP, This Is Your Bloody Valentine, in 1985 for a very special show at Tempelhof. After a break of over 20 years, the directional Irish band fronted by mastermind Kevin Shields, released their third studio album, mbv, in February of this year. With the album receiving wide acclaim from critics and fans alike, their spectacular live show is sure to delight the Berlin Festival crowd.
British indie-rockers Klaxons are also set to perform at this years Berlin Festival. The nu-rave initiators, who first burst on to the scene in 2007 with their Mercury award winning album Myths of the Near Future, are now back with a brand new album to be released later this year.
After having sold out the Berlin-based Columbiahalle well in advance, fans of Fritz Kalkbrenner will get another chance to see him on stage at Berlin Festival. Mia. and Dillon will both play their only Berlin show this year at Tempelhof Airport and UK band Savages, one of the most promising acts of 2013, will make their Berlin Festival debut.
The newly introduced Club THF at Hangar 2 will cater to all the techno lovers amongst you. The first acts to be added to the event's line-up are techno icon Ellen Allien and the mighty John Talabot (live) setting the tone.
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.
Once again, Berlin Festival is part of the Berlin Music Week which takes place from 04 to 08 September. For further info, check out www.berlin-music-week.de.
More acts will be announced in the next few weeks. Tickets are available via www.berlinfestival.de/tickets
Festival News Festival News Written 2012-05-15 07:08:53
Of Monsters and Men, Grimes, Clock Opera, Django Django and Dada Life join the lineup for Berlin Festival 2012
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The Berlin Festival line-up continues to grow to epic proportions with new additions Of Monsters And Men, Grimes, Clock Opera, iamamiwhoami, Djang Django and Dada Life. These trailblazing acts will take to the stage at Berlin’s historic Tempelhof Airport on September 7th and 8th 2012, joining an already impressive bill that includes Sigur Rós, Franz Ferdinand, Orbital, Little Dragon, Friendly Fires, The Killers, Metronomy, SBTRKT and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs.
Not a day goes by without Canadian artist Claire Boucher aka Grimes being highlighted as ‘one to watch’ and with the recent release of her third album Visions receiving critical acclaim across the globe, 2012 is definitely shaping up to be her year. We’re excited to see what she has in store for the Tempelhof crowd! Also making their Berlin Festival debut this year is Iceland six-piece Of Monsters And Men. Unlike many other European bands, Of Monsters & Men made it big in the US first, before European success came their way. But it wasn’t long before the word spread across the pond fuelled by the release of their hit single and video ‘Little Talks’ and debut album, My Head Is An Animal. There’s no doubt the band is a must-see this summer. Continuing the Nordic flavour is a Swedish act which have taken Europe by storm of late. Electro House duo Dada Life will also leave their native Sweden to get behind the DJ booth at Club Xberg. Known for their high energy and giant inflatables, these two certainly know how to get the party started and are guaranteed to keep the crowd dancing well into the early hours.
Now, what happens when four art students get together to mix up electro and krautrock? Projects like Django Django, that’s what. The band's album has been praised by NME as a ‘heady explosion of colours’ and they will be spreading a ray of colourful light on the Berlin Festival Crowd on Saturday 8th September. And last but by no means least, another band known for their unique sound and love of digital collage’ slicing and dicing sounds and lyrics - British act Clock Opera performing songs from their debut album, Ways To Forget.
All confirmed acts so far...
Friday, 7th September
Berlin Festival @ Tempelhof Airport
Clock Opera * Daughter * Friends * Frittenbude * Grimes * The Killers * Michael Kiwanuka * Little Dragon * Major Lazer * Kate Nash * Of Monsters And Men * Orbital * Sigur Rós * Tocotronic * We Have Band and more
Club Xberg @ Arena Berlin
Crookers * Dada Life * Digitalism * Dumme Jungs * Etnik * Metronomy and more
Saturday, 8th September
Berlin Festival @ Tempelhof Airport
Bonaparte * Jamie N Commons * Cro * Django Django * First Aid Kit * Franz Ferdinand * Friendly Fires * iamamiwhoami * I Heart Sharks * Junip * Paul Kalkbrenner * Kraftklub * Morning Parade * SBTRKT (live) * Sizarr * WhoMadeWho and more
Club Xberg @ Arena Berlin
Junior Boys * The Magician * Modeselektor live * Slagsmalsklubben * Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs and more
This years edition will also play host to the world’s biggest Silent Arena Aftershow Party. With 10,000+ headphones, ticket holders will be able continue partying after the final main stage performance from midnight till 4am. The Art Village will also make a welcome return to Tempelhof Airport this year, boasting over 60 national and international artists. Urban art, murals, performances, sculptures and more will all be on show plus an art bazaar, bars, booths, and the Design & Record Label Market as well as the art prize and a costume competition will complete the Art Village.
With more acts still to come this year is shaping up to be the biggest edition yet! Keep an eye on our Facebook page for more line-up announcements.
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Tickets
Berlin Festival day ticket: EUR 49 + booking fees
valid for 7th or 8th September including Berlin Festival and Silent Aftershow party @ Tempelhof Airport
Doors/stage time (Fri + Sat): 12.30pm Silent Aftershow party: midnight–4am
Berlin Festival 2-day ticket: EUR 74 + booking fees
valid for 7th + 8th September including Berlin Festival and Silent Aftershow party @ Tempelhof Airport
Doors/stage time (Fri + Sat): 12.30pm Silent Aftershow Party: midnight-4am
Berlin Festival + Club Xberg Kombiticket: EUR 89 + booking fees
valid for 7th + 8th September including Berlin Festival @ Flughafen Tempelhof and Club Xberg @ Arena Berlin as well as shuttle service to Club Xberg. Doors/stage time Berlin Festival (Fri + Sat): 12.30pm Doors/stage time Club Xberg (Fri + Sat): 11pm
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