Main Festival Venue


Luckenwalder Str. 3, 10963 Berlin

The Kühlhaus Berlin is a reminder of the city’s pre-war and early industrial history, with the building formerly representing one of Europe's largest refrigerated warehouse complexes. With increasing demand for fresh food in 1901, the “Cold House” was erected along with the ice factory on Trebbiner Straße, as part of a system that connected via an elevated railway.

Today the Kühlhaus Berlin is a cultural venue that continues to redefine itself.

With 5.000 square meters and seven floors to serve as a contemporary cultural platform, the Kühlhaus houses exhibitions, performances, readings, concerts, plays and more.



Venue Opening Night

Museum für Naturkunde

Invalidenstraße 43, 10115 Berlin, Deutschland

The Berlin museum for natural history is the largest museum for natural history in Germany. It has been opened to the public in 1889 and contains more than 30 Mio. exhibits. It is widely known around the world for its impressive dinosaur collection. Amongst it, one of the largest dinosaur skeletons in the world and 'Tristan', the famous Tyrannosaurus. Apart from its exhibits, the museum also performs scientific research in a variety of different fields.


Getting There


Public Transportation

Gleisdreieck Station (one minute by foot)
Möckernbrücke Station (6 minutes by foot)

S1 / S2 / S25 / S26:
Anhalter Station (7 minutes by foot)

Bus 248: Möckernstraße (8 minutes by foot)
Bus M29: Mendelssohn-Bartholdy-Platz (5 minutes by foot)

More information about S-, metro and bus:


From the A100 motorway towards Dresden take exit B96 - Tempelhofer Damm.

Left onto Tempelhofer Damm. Go straight until Mehringdamm. Turn left on Hallesches Ufer. Turn left into Schöneberger Str. And then drive onto Luckenwalder Str.

The Kühlhaus is located on the right side.