For one day, the southern block is transformed into a Kuş Eks Gazino, featuring arabesque music, video installations, dance and spoken word performances, and delicious Turkish specialties.
Arabesque music has its roots in Turkey, where it arose in the 1960s through the combination of Turkish folk music, Arabic influences and Western pop music. This event celebrates LGBTQI* artists and deliberately opposes heteronormative ideas of love. Arabesque music connects different communities in which men are allowed to show their emotions, trans artists are accepted and emotions can be processed together.
Look forward to an unforgettable evening full of creativity and diversity, where all feelings are welcome! They will combine melancholic texts about lovesickness, longing and sorrow with music, video installations and film excerpts that deal with queer content.
The whole thing is accompanied by a rich offer of Turkish culinary mezes (starters) and raki.
No registration is required for this event. Just drop by and immerse yourself in a world of cultural fusion and tolerance!