Tresor announce program for multi-arts festival which celebrates its 31 year journey
The full program has been announced for ‘Tresor 31: Techno, Berlin und die große Freiheit‘.
The two-month long festival will celebrate and reflect on the Berlin institution’s 31 year journey since it opened its doors back in 1991.
Taking place throughout July and August, the multi-arts event will consist of a wealth of concerts, club nights and an exhibition at venues across the city of Berlin.
There will be over 20 club nights featuring sets from more than 150 artists at the likes of Tresor, Globus and OHM, plus over eight concerts in Kraftwerk.
This includes live performances and DJ sets from Tresor-affiliated artists and label mates as well as several exclusive shows. Detroit in Effect and Surgeon play live, alongside Blackhaine, who’ll be making his Berlin debut, and Voices From the Lake, whose performance at Tresor 31 will mark their only show in Germany this year. DJ and live sets come from Tresor regulars like Helena Hauff, Jensen Interceptor, Yazzus and Moritz von Oswald, on top of sets from Simo Cell, object blue, Elena Colombi, Anthony Naples and many more.
The exhibition arm of the festival will focus on Tresor’s journey – explored in the context of economic and social change, the city’s development and the evolution of music across the club’s three decades – through archival materials, oral histories and immersive soundscapes.
In its entirety the festival will trace the club’s roots in the West Berlin music scene, from its original location near Potsdamer Platz to the current home in Kraftwerk power station, examining the triumphs and challenges of its past and present, while looking ahead to the future.
A limited run of Golden Tickets, which grant visitors unlimited access to every venue during the festival and includes an exclusive merchandise item that can be collected at the venue.