We might be nearing the end of the year but Renate aren't slowing down or cutting any corners with their November programme which sees a host of crews, collectives and themed nights taking place throughout the month.
The Berlin-based club, known for it's colourful and vibrant parties, kick off the month this Saturday with their post-Halloween party, Rave To The Grave, which sees JP Enfant and Galcher Lustwerk head up the night. Joining them for the spooky soiree are Omnidisc's Dimitri Veimar, Tereza of Blue Space, Air Texture's Tracing Xircles, Renate resident Alison Swing and more.
The following weekend on the 8th and 9th November, Queer collective TrashEra bring their themed night - this month's theme being Eau De Toilette - to the club, while the following night resident night Pretty/Ugly team up with European Club Night to host their Finnish family Ääniwalli, with the edition of Renate's own Drag House in the Absinthe bar. Both nights boast stellar lineups including the likes of Jerome Hill, Bloody Mary, Kirill Shapovalov and Tin Man, Space Dimension Controller and Budino respectively.
As we hit mid November, the 15th sees Nebel bring the likes of Fango, Thomas Von Party and River Yarra to the clubbing institution to soundtrack the club into the early hours. Next Sushitech take over on the 16th with guests like Baby Ford, Thomas Melchior and Audio Werner representing for Perlon and Steve O'Sullivan, Rhauder and Yossi Amoyal flying the flag for Sushitech. The following weekend on the 22nd Pink are in charge inviting artists like Reef's Darwin, Ava label head Damiano von Erckert, Workshop's Kassem Mosse and Lullabies for Insomniacs boss Izabel to play across the multi-room venue, while Liquid on the 23rd brings together Dana Ruh, Nyra, Julian Perez and Renate family member Johannes Albert.
Renate round off their November programme with three consecutive nights of strong line ups. On Thursday they host The House Of Red Doors: A N I M A L S night with cómeme's Alejandro Paz, Lucretio, Esther Duijn and more bringing the noise. Then as we make our way into the weekend Der Wilde Freitag are in charge on the 29th with Red Rack'em, Marcel Vogel and a live set from Uncanny Valley's Jacob Korn, before Sebastian Voigt closes out the month on the 30th with the next edition of his Hi-Res residency enlisting the help of Hadone, Solaris, Elena Colombi and Timothy Clerkin to see November off with a bang.
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