Club Tresor

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Köpenicker Strasse 70, Berlin, Germany

Club Tresor Berlin Reviews

solans solans
5 reviews
Awe-Full Nov 29, 2011
Contrary to what the title may imply, this club wasn't filled with awe, it was just awful. The sound system was bad, the clubbers were whack dancers (I guess you can't expect high class dancing from a rave club) and one of the DJs kept trying to kiss my friend. Also, it's mostly tourists there and you won't meet any real German there. I can't remember how much the cost of entry was (think it was 10 euros) but even spending 1 euro is spending waay too much on this club. Only thing cool was it was a huge warehouse with multiple layers and different music playing on each layer (but all the music was bad)
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lorenzmartins lorenzma…
10 reviews
Tresor Club Oct 08, 2008
It was the time when the Wall came down. It seemed like the whole world wandered into East Berlin: the new frontier. In the heart of a pre-war metropolis and previously prohibited area surrounding Potsdamer Platz, electronic music lovers found a new location which was made to measure for the underground scene: Tresor, a new home that once housed the bank vaults of Europe’s largest department store in the 1920’s.

Since 1991 it has been here that Berlin’s DJ’s and musicians have continued to meet techno and house turntable artists from all over the world: Jeff Mills and Underground Resistance, Daniel Bell, Blake Baxter, Cristian Vogel, Juan Atkins, Neil Landstrumm, Joey Beltram, Surgeon, The Advent and many more.

From the underground to you. Strictly Tresor.

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