Thank you Berlin

Six Ambassadors of the Night, four special event series, and a day-to-night program spanning over 100 events: We are proud to have made a space for new directions in Berlin's nightlife over the past few months, and we're glad you came along for the journey.

The NIGHT EMBASSY is now officially closed. A warm thank you to all who visited us over the past few months, and to all the artists, curators, performers, and innovators who shaped the NIGHT EMBASSY program. Stay tuned for our next adventure, but for now the night is yours.

Meet the
Ambassadors
of the Night
Sep 6 - Sep 19
CO:QUO
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Digi-Gxl
More Info
Sep 20 - Oct 3
Ghost, I
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No Start
No End
More Info
Oct 4 - Oct 14
Peripheral
Intuitions
More Info
Oct 20 - Oct 26
PANSY
More Info
Nov 1 - Nov 15
MOVE.UNLTD
More Info
Nov 18 - Nov 30
Sweetest
Taboo
More Info
Additional
program
Oct 18 - Oct 19
NobodyListen
More Info
Oct 29 - Nov 1
Wemaisnone
More Info
Nov 30 - Dec 1
AfterDark Society
More Info
Dec 5 - Dec 15
Night Embassy Closing
More Info
Upcoming
Events
Friday
4 October
Peripheral Intuitions presenta: The Church of Reggaeton
InFO
Start: 22:00
End: 06:00
ArTISTS
Panchita Peligro (Puticlub)
Sonora Mulata (Puticlub)
Slim Soledad (Baile Em Chernobyl)
Juba (Boko Boko!, Cashmere Radio)

Peripheral Intuitions is bringing bass-heavy, shake-it-like-you-mean-it rhythms of reggaeton, trap, and more to NIGHT EMBASSY to mark the start of their residency at the NIGHT EMBASSY. Join them on 4 October for The Church of Reggaeton with Panchita Peligro, Sonora Mulata, Slim Soledad, and more.

The night is based on the artistic performance and installation concept Church of Reggaeton, previously hosted in collaboration with Radio Carabuco (Reverend Andrés Pereira Paz) and Reverend Chaveli Sifre. The dancefloor is a place to exorcise stiffness and establish a living monument for the Latinx community in Berlin. Drawing from the Latin American evangelic right-wing churches as a point of departure, the sermon delivered at the Church of Reggaeton is one of acceptance and communal celebration: To inspire conspiratorial collaborations, to move your feet to the rhythm, and to remove the strict rules of Germany as well as those inhibiting our bodies in Berlin.

Leading the night will be Mexican producer and promoter Panchita Peligro and Sonora Mulata, who’s bass-heavy rhythms cross continental borders and boundaries. Slim Soledad’s performance touches on gender and sexuality with an experimental focus, while Juba finds inspiration in the African diaspora as well as the continent.

Tickets are available below: While the NIGHT EMBASSY is free to all, admission is only guaranteed with a ticket. Visit www.night-embassy.com to view the full program and get your tickets.

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Panchita Peligro

Mexican producer, Djane, and promoter. Lover of music, she started organizing Techno and Cumbia parties in Hamburg, Germany where she founded two collectives: Tanz Der Tiere and Cumbia n' Bass.During her residency at the club Sommersalon in Hamburg, she and Kuto Quilla organized the party Chicha Rebel Bass featuring artists like Uproot Andy, Rafael Aragon, Chong-X, Nicola Cruz, Guacamayo Tropical, Sara Hebe, Rebeca Lane, and many more.                        

Co-founder of Berraca Bici Bass, Mi Hermosa Vagina and Mal de Ojo queer party. Founder and organizer of VulvaSónica, an electronic music platform by and for womxn djs who explore global and electronic beats.

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Sonora Mulata

Sonora Mulata is heiress of African rhythms and a lover of Bass Music.            

She co-founded the Liga Mexican and Berraca Bici Bass, she collaborates with Mujeres Vinileras, Mi Hermosa Vagina, and MICG. Austra Riddim is her latest collective creation with various Mexican women artists. Its objective is to break with the standard male- dominated lineup and sexism in the music scene.

Sonora Mulata is returning to Europe after her tour last year where she played at Balera Favela, Movimientos, Cumbia N' Bass Family, Alta Cumbia Nites, and DICE Festival. She has shared the stage with many artists such as Ali Guagua, Lena Platonos, Kampire, Panchita Peligro, Oly, MIss Boogie, Lyzza, Mc Mamba, Ushka, Princess Nokia, Scooby Dub, Tropikore, Esa mi Pau, Tayhana, Born in Flames, Deeplinkin, FAKA, Ckrono, Go Dugong, Prp. Is the producer of events with Von D, Simon Off, 6Blocc, Digital Dubs, Crhissy Murderbot, Ago Numa Crew, Chanel One & Fritanga, Xantico partys.

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Slim Soledad            
            
Slim develops a performance approaching discussions about women as well as gender and sexuality with post porn references. Slim's research as a DJ goes from funk to vogue to extending to something more experimental. Slim acts as a cultural producer developing the Chernobyl movement (Baile em Chernobyl), collectively, in which the members coagulate spaces of resistance

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Juba 

Based in Berlin, born in London and of Nigerian descent, Juba explores contemporary sounds from Africa and the African diaspora. From afrobeats to kuduro, baile carioca to UK funky and beyond, each Afroelektronik show delves into the different worlds of music and culture originating from, or with links to, the African continent, often accompanied by insightful chats with special guests as well as expert mixes from DJs from all over the world.

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Andrés Pereira Paz
 

Andrés Pereira Paz (born in La Paz, Bolivia in 1986) explores how regional identities are constructed and changed from a global perspective. He is particularly concerned with the influence of Western power structures on the development of a collective identity of the inhabitants of the cultural area of the Andes from the 20th century to the present day. For Peripheral Intuitions, Pereira Paz presents The Church of Reggaeton, a performative and participatory happening, that takes the form of a party, inviting the participants to surrender to the rhythm of the body abandoning preconceived dogmas and rigities.
 

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Meet the
ambassador
of this Night

The Peripheral Intuitions Society reimagines a worldview guided by the peripheries. This duo believes the boundaries between dance clubs, art institutions, and therapeutic spaces are counter productive, as they don’t recognise the role of nightlife in communal healing and political mobilisation. They seek a new balance, free from the boundaries separating parties, arts, and politics; wanting to celebrate alternative visions of the future dreamt up by those marginalised due to their gendered, racial, or sexual identities.

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All
About

Jägermeister is proud to present the Berlin Night Embassy scholarship program this fall. After uncovering some of the creative community's most visionary ideas for reinventing Berlin’s nightlife, six Ambassadors with the boldest ideas in the city were chosen. 

As Pansy, Ghost, I x No Start No End, Peripheral Intuitions, MOVE.UNLTD, CO:QUO x Digi-Gxl, and Sweetest Taboo, the Ambassadors come from around the world, but share a common love for the city’s nightlife. We’re also giving them a blank canvas to explore their chosen topics and concepts with the support of the NIGHT EMBASSY Creative Board, five renowned figures known for their contributions to Berlin’s club and music culture: Lutz Leichsenring, executive member of the Berlin Club Commission; music journalist Christine Kakaire; Dimitri Hegemann, Berlin club luminary and founder of Tresor; Linnea Palmestal, DJ, activist and founder of women’s, trans and non-binary collective No Shade; and Bernard Koomson, DJ and founder of artist collective deadHYPE. Under the curatorial direction of each ambassador, the NIGHT EMBASSY will also be a public showcase of their work, putting them in charge of a day-to-night program with collaborators and mediums of their choice.

Starting on September 6, they’re given a blank canvas and a two-week residencies in our custom-built modular art and music space in the heart of Kreuzberg to explore new creative directions in Berlin's nightlife through day-to-night programming ranging from workshops, film screenings, performances, and parties, of course.

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The NIGHT EMBASSY draws inspiration from both Jägermeister’s own heritage of irreverent perfectionism and the freeform creativity of Berlin’s long-standing nightlife and art scene. As such, Jägermeister welcomes artists based in Berlin from any background, age and level of experience: The NIGHT EMBASSY is open to all bold thinkers committed to bringing their ideas to life. Our selected projects shine a light on new possibilities for artforms connected to club culture, and foster a strong sense of community.

Each residency will be tailored to the experience of its participants. With educational lectures, hands-on workshops and expert guidance to help cultivate their career in the arts and onwards, the program aims to equip each ambassador with the inspiration, technical know-how and practical support to transform their creative practice and redefine Berlin’s nightlife.

 

The NIGHT EMBASSY Creative Board Members 

Each Ambassador has also received the support of the NIGHT EMBASSY Creative Board, five renowned figures known for their contributions to Berlin’s club and music culture.

 

Lutz Leichsenring
As the founder of The Creative Footprint and executive board member of the Berlin Club Commission,  Lutz Leichsenring has dedicated his life to building, promoting and protecting Berlin’s nightlife.

 

Christine Kakaire
Christine Kakaire’s experience in the music industry is unparalleled: The writer and presenter has worked across Sydney, London and Berlin for publications and organisations ranging from Pitchfork and Resident Advisor to Google Play and Boiler Room.

 

Linnéa Palmestål
A DJ and activist by trade, Linnéa Palmestål has spent years building a better and more inclusive club culture with her networks in Berlin as the founder of women’s, trans and non-binary collective No Shade.

 

Dimitri Hegemann
Dimitri Hegemann’s name is synonymous with Berlin’s nightlife: The club luminary founded Tresor shortly after the fall of the Berlin Wall and the rest is history.

 

Bernard Koomson
The sneakerhead-turned-DJ Bernard Koomson brings together music and video art with his collective deadHYPE. 

Contact and
Location

For any inquiries on the NIGHT EMBASSY project, please contact us on support@night-embassy.com.

Stay tuned in the meanwhile, mid-August we will release the first Ambassador program. 

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The NIGHT EMBASSY
Falckensteinstraße 48,
10997 Berlin

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How it
works

The NIGHT EMBASSY is an event space provided by Jägermeister, run with the Ambassadors of the Night.

Space
Together, we want to provide a good and safe experience for everyone taking part. This is why aggression, harassment or hate speech of any kind will not be tolerated at our events or at the door. If you notice any such behaviour, please let a member of staff or one of our team at the venue know immediately. These are branded events and, at times, there will be content captured, that may be used for promotional material in the future. By entering the event venue you consent to this.

Entry
All events at the NIGHT EMBASSY are free of charge. Entry cannot be guaranteed without a ticket, which you can download via each Ambassador's page on this website. All events are capacity based events. When the venue is at capacity, we will not be able to admit any more guests due to health and safety regulations.

Program info
We will release program info every two weeks. If you'd like to hear of these releases from us, sign up for our mailing list to the right! We will only use your email for program updates.

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