The dancing ban in Berlin is no more. Nightclubs and events in the city have felt the brunt of the pandemic for a long time, out of operation or heavily restricted. From 4th March however, the green light has been switched fully back on. As the party calendar fills back up again, we pay special attention to Planet Pleasure, as they open RSO.Berlin this Friday.
When Griessmuehle was forced to close back in 2020 to make way for office developments, the spirit and team behind the venue remained. Their long-navigated journey through the pandemic has since brought them to RSO, on the former Bärenquell brewery in Berlin-Niederschöneweide.
Alongside a new beer garden and open-air, the venue has also built an outstanding indoor area. Planet Pleasure guide the senses as this new chapter unfolds, with a carefully curated line up aimed at exploration into sound.
Over 12 hours, the decks will be graced by Giammarco Orsini and John Dimas, two artists who need little introduction. Both have settled in Berlin and become mainstays on the circuit, known for their deep rolling grooves and transcendent soundscapes.
Oshana will play live for the first time in several years. Having recently released an album on her Psionic imprint, it couldn’t be a better time to deep dive into her own. Sibil also joins, alongside event residents Thabo and Thalo Santana.
Recognising the devastating impact of the war in Ukraine, Planet Pleasure will be donating 50% of all earnings to Ukraine Hilfe Berline e.V.
€12/ €16 tickets available at Resident Advisor. Focus on the journey, not the destination.