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Biesdorfer Parkbühne (Biesdorf Open-Air Stage)

Small, fine, secret

You have to look for the Biesdorf open-air stage a little bit. This cute open-air stage is hidden in the middle of the park of Biesdorf Palace. Coming from the underground station Elsterwerdaer Platz or from the S-Bahn station Biesdorf, you have to discover the light sails of the stage roof in the dense greenery of the Biesdorf Palace park. But don't worry, almost all paths of this 14 hectare park lead to the castle and the Biesdorf open-air stage.


Concerts, children's theatre and open-air cinema take place on the open-air stage in summer. Old GDR bands and songwriters such as Engerling, Reft or Gerhard Schöne like to play here on the small stage in the district of Marzahn-Hellersdorf in Berlin just as much as Berlin choirs or newcomer bands.

The festival "Rock im Grünen", which has existed for more than 20 years, is now famous.

In July, on the Biesdorf open-air stage, Berlin's largest newcomer open-air festival, opened its doors since 1997. Twelve emerging bands from Berlin and Brandenburg will show what they are capable of and about 3,000 spectators will be present. 



S-Bahn station Biesdorf (approx. 400m walk)

Underground station Elsterwerdaer Platz (approx. 800m walk)

Bus 154 / X69 (approx. 250m walk)