M.I.A., the English recording artist, has compositions which combine elements of electronic, dance, alternative, hip hop and world music. Since rising to prominence in early 2004 for her singles “Sunshowers” and “Galang”, charting in the UK and Canada and reaching number eleven on the Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales in the US, she has been nominated for an Academy Award, two Grammy Awards and the Mercury Prize. She plays the Columbia Halle in December. » Read more..
Archive for Berlin
With Berliners’ enthusiasm for tossing firecrackers and launching rockets from windows, New Year’s Eve is always vivid, noisy and hazardous. Thousands celebrate at the Brandenburger Tor. Thousands more trek up to the Teufelsberg at the northern tip of Grunewald or the Viktoriapark in Kreuzberg to watch the fireworks across the city. » Read more..
December in Berlin means only one thing – the football. Hertha Berlin are the main side in the city, competing in the German Bundesliga, and they play at the Olympic Stadium every second weekend. The club has a rich heritage, a loyal fan base and a turbulent history. Its hordes of enthusiastic fans will roar on the team no matter what the result so stand by your men. Watch them as they take on FC Frankfurt at home during December. » Read more..
The Museum of East Asian Art in Berlin shares the same building with the Museum of Indian Art whose collections suffered greatly in World War II. Major acquisitions have re-built the collection, which also benefits from long-term loans of materials in other collections including Chinese ceramics and Buddhist sculpture. » Read more..
Juanes Unplugged Tour is an upcoming concert tour by Colombian singer-song writer Juanes. It will be the longest tour of hes career. Its expected for the tour to reach the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. Juanes arrives in Huxleys in Berlin this November. » Read more..
For the last 40 years each autumn JazzFest turns the Berlin into a major international meeting point for jazz musicians as well as attracting fans from all over the world. » Read more..
November in Berlin means only one thing – the return of football. Hertha Berlin are the main side in the city, competing in the German Bundesliga, and they play at the Olympic Stadium every second weekend. The club has a rich heritage, a loyal fan base and a turbulent history. Its hordes of enthusiastic fans will roar on the team no matter what the result so stand by your men. Watch them as they take on FC Ingolstadt, FC St. Pauli and FC Köln at home during November. » Read more..
The Berlin Music Week, founded in 2010, offers a vibrant programme of international trade fairs, clubbing events and live concerts for fans and music professionals alike. The decentralised music festival offers numerous events at several venues in many parts of Berlin. » Read more..
For art lovers, Berlin is the place to be this fall: Art Forum Berlin, one of Germany’s leading art fairs, presents more than 130 galleries from around the world. The event focuses on modern and contemporary art, including paintings, sculpture, installation, video art, and photography. In addition, many Berlin museums and galleries host special exhibitions. » Read more..
The Spree Golf is one of the biggest and largest golfing events to be held in Messe, Berlin over for three days which displays all kinds of golf equipments to the visitors from all over the world. » Read more..