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Events Tomorrow: Highlights

Herbst Rummel

Berlin Autumn Carnival

September 22 - October 16, 2023

High Sky, Crazy Town & Co.: Expect lots of fun rides at the Berlin Autumn Carvival (Berliner Herbst-Rummel) on the fairground at Kurt-Schumacher-Damm.  more

Lampions

Berlin Asia Arts Festival

September 15 - October 08, 2023

This new festival offers an exciting and diverse insight into the Asian art scene of the capital.  more

Klassiker auf dem Oktoberfest

Hauptstadtwiesn at Spinner-Brücke

September 09 - October 28, 2023

With Paulaner beer and a band playing traditional folk music, the Oktoberfest celebration "Hauptstadtwiesn" brings Bavarian atmosphere to Berlin.  more

Oktoberfest in Berlin

Spreewiesn Oktoberfest

September 15 - October 28, 2023

Löwenbräu beer, pretzels and Lederhosen: For six weeks, you can experience Bavarian culture the Spreewiesn party tent at Postbahnhof.  more

Oktoberfest Berlin-Brandenburg in Spandau

Oktoberfest at Spandau Citadel

September 15 - October 21, 2023

On Fridays and Saturdays, the Oktoberfest at the Spandau Citadel offers live music and traditional Bavarian folk festival offerings in and around the large party pavilion.  more

Oktoberfest im Hofbräu Berlin

Oktoberfest at Hofbräu Berlin

September 16 - October 03, 2023

Every year in September, the Hofbräu Berlin offers a festive Bavarian atmosphere in the heart of the city.  more

Tomorrow in Berlin: More Events

Musical Intercultural Tour - Early and New Music from Germany & Taiwan

Baroque chamber music from Germany combines with world premieres of works by Taiwanese composers, who in turn were inspired by music from the 17th and 18th centuries. more

Daisy The Great

Daisy The Great enchants the music world with a unique sound. The up-and-coming indie-folk band from the USA is conquering the hearts of listeners worldwide with its harmony-driven folk-pop and powerful indie-rock ballads. more

Clockwork Orange

Bored and beyond any prospects of a well-ordered life, Alex and his droogs roam around London’s suburbs, leaving a trail of devastation behind: criminal damage, robbery, rape, grievous bodily harm. more

Liam Gillick: Filtered Time

In a historical first, the Vorderasiatisches Museum (Museum of the Ancient Near East) and the Hamburger Bahnhof join forces on a trans-historical, site-specific presentation by British artist Liam Gillick throughout the halls of the Pergamonmuseum. more

Judit Reigl: Centers of Dominance

To commemorate the centenary of Judit Reigl’s birth and the acquisition of three main works by this Hungarian-born French artist (1923 – 2020), the Neue Nationalgalerie is presenting her first-ever solo exhibition in a German museum. more

The Second Glance: Women

“Women” is the second integrated exhibition in the series The Second Glance, and was produced in collaboration with the organisation Frauentreff Olga, a drop-in and counselling centre for drug-using women, trans women, and sex workers. more

Paintings from the 13th to 18th century

The Gemäldegalerie possesses one of the world's finest collections of European art from the 13th to 18th century. After the collection was founded in 1830, it was systematically built up and perfected. The exhibition includes masterpieces by artists from... more

With Paintbrush and Qalam

With this solo exhibition, Berlin's Museum for Islamic Art is showing selected works by Haji Noor Deen, the most important contemporary representative of Sini calligraphy, for the first time. more

In the Hall of Mirrors (Im Spiegelsaal)

"Taking selfies all the time stems from a desire to make time stand still. [...] It is a kind of protest against your own insignificance and mortality." (Liv Strömquist) more

No Man's Land and Model Village

"What do you feel now?" - this is the question Cologne-based photographer Bettina Flitner asks numerous people from East and West Germany in 1990 as she explores the former border strip of Berlin. more

Das Herz des Orients gewinnen!

Karl May (1842-1912) is still the most successful German-language author. His complete works (“Winnetou”, “Durch die Wüste” and many others) have a print run of well over 100 million books, which have been translated into more than 40 languages and made... more

a touch of playfulness

Titled a touch of playfulness, this exhibition will offer children and adolescents a diverse art experience and allow all visitors to consider contemporary art in a playful manner. more

Moritz Koch: Nightmare in Paradise

In his new, ten-part photo series, young photographer Moritz Koch tells the story of the extraterrestrial being Minerva, who comes to Earth to sensitise people to existential matters. more

Khroma - New Media Art Center

Khroma offers an immersive environment that stimulates the senses and invites exploration. Discover a new world of digital art. more

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