Berlin Highlights in July

“Priority: before the summer holidays!“ seems to be what the July event organisers are thinking: there is something for every Berliner in the first couple of weeks of the month.

... for organisers and attendees of meetings

MICE; Meeting Place Berlin, Hotel Palace Berlin

Meeting Place Berlin (2 – 6 July)

Berlin is becoming more and more interesting as a host city for congresses and events, and since 2005, Meeting Place Berlin has helped encourage this positive development. Here, up to 50 congress industry providers from the capital present their services and exchange information with national and international event organisers. As a host location for events up to 1,000 people or as accommodation for visitors to external events, the Hotel Palace is also present as an exhibitor:

https://www.meeting-place-berlin.de/

 

In our post "Of MICE and men" you can read more about Berlin as a congress metropolis and the Hotel Palace as an event location.

... for fans of classical music

Classic Open Air, Gendarmenmarkt, Musik

Classic Open Air Festival (2 – 6 July)

‘Highlights of Classical, Film and Pop Music ‘, ‘An Italian Summer Night’ or ‘Magical Romantic in Light and Fire’: the Classic Open Air Festival is back again with diverse concerts in the unique surroundings of the Gendarmenmarkt. At ‘Cicero sings Sinatra’ on 6 July, spectators can look forward to a musical homage to one of the greatest entertainers in the world.

http://www.classicopenair.de/

 

 

... for adolescents

You, Messe, Berlin

Jugendmesse YOU (3 – 5 July)

The “leading trade fair for youth culture” is a Berlin institution. It is both informative and entertaining, and attracts young people year after year. In the ‘Education.Career.Future’ segment, employees of the Employment Agency, HR associates and apprentices offer insights and tips. In the “music.sports.lifestyle” section, there are many events, including championships in water sports and street dance.

http://www.you.de/YOUBerlin/

 

... for rambling art lovers

Open Air Gallery, Berlin, Kunst, Oberbaumbruecke

Open Air Gallery (5 July)

It is one of the most famous and spectacular of the 50-odd Berlin Spree bridges and once a year it is particularly inviting for rambling art lovers: Oberbaumbrücke doesn’t just connect Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg, it also facilitates exchange between artists of different disciplines, such as painting, sculpture and photography, as well as those who view their works. The 13th OpenAirGallery was conceived and organised by Stadtteilausschuss Kreuzberg e.V, and entrance is free.

http://www.openairgallery.de/

 

... for the fashion conscious

Fashion Week, Mode, Berlin

Berlin Fashion Week (7 – 11 July)

Fashion, fashion, fashion: the Berlin Fashion Week has also long since become a Berlin institution. For five days and nights, the city becomes an international stage for fashion und lifestyle. With over 200,000 professional visitors and around 200 events (of which around 100 are fashion shows), countless trade show platforms, receptions and showrooms, Berlin has established itself among the top 5 fashion locations in the world.

http://www.fashion-week-berlin.com/

Further information on the Berlin Fashion Week and Berlin as a fashion location can be found at: http://www.berlin.de/projektzukunft/kreativwirtschaft/mode/

Photos:
(c) DAVIDS 2 - Classic Open Air 2014 am gendarmenmarkt

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