Go to the party with the Berlin WelcomeCard

Go to the party with the Berlin WelcomeCard

Partying in the clubbing metropolis Berlin.

– © Matrix Berlin

On 11 September 2010 Berlin celebrates the Berlin Club Night as part of the first Berlin Music Week. But even outside this exceptional musical event, the Berlin WelcomeCard is the ideal travelling companion seven days a week for all night owls who love to party. It not only offers free travel on public transport, but also includes extra discounts of up to 50 per cent.

Hip parties in the German capital.

Berlin Gone Wild is the party for Berliners and tourists: every Saturday up to 1,000 partygoers meet at the E4 venue, the Blue-Man Group’s old theatre on Potsdamer Platz, to dance and party on three levels to House, R’n’B and classics. Visitors get 50 per cent off the entrance fee with the Berlin WelcomeCard.
In the Matrix at the Warschauer Strasse underground station partying is on the programme 365 days a year after 10pm. Centrally located between Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg, a broad musical spectrum of genres from Soul, R’n’B, House, pop, rock and old school through to electro is offered here on seven floors. Berlin WelcomeCard holders save 25 per cent on entrance.

Berlin clubs with tradition

Kaffee Burger and Clärchens Ballhaus have been part of the Berlin club scene for a long time. As the former meeting point of East Berlin's intellectuals, Kaffee Burger gained national fame from the end of the 1990s, especially through its ’Russian disco’. Every fortnight the Russian writer and amateur DJ Vladimir Kaminer throws a big party with Russian music and vodka. There are also readings and live concerts on the programme at the dance venue with its original East Berlin charm. The Berlin WelcomeCard entitles holders to a 25 per cent discount on admission.
There’s dancing seven days a week at Clärchens Ballhaus too. In the ambience of an old late nineteenth century ballroom, it offers tango evenings, salsa courses and swing nights along with German-Mediterranean cuisine. At weekends at the “Schwoof” hip partygoers take to the dance floor with sprightly pensioners to a live band. Dancing in the traditional ballroom dance hall is free with the Berlin WelcomeCard every Friday.