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Sisyphos

Sisyphos

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Country: Germany

City: Berlin

Address: Hauptstraße 15, 10317 Berlin

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Back at #sisyphos !! Sat 18...looking fwd for a day...and...
Back at #sisyphos !! Sat 18...looking fwd for a day...and...
Sisyphos - let's do this!
Sisyphos - let's do this!
Had the most insane night <br />
#berlinunderground
Had the most insane night
#berlinunderground
Weekend it's over! thanks #sisyphos #berlin #techno #...
Weekend it's over! thanks #sisyphos #berlin #techno #...
CREATED BY BERLINS CULTURE #pieceofart #sisyphos
CREATED BY BERLINS CULTURE #pieceofart #sisyphos
One of my fav clubs so far???? Always losing my mind at H...
One of my fav clubs so far???? Always losing my mind at H...
a magic night yesterday @sisyphos.berlin #technoandtears ...
a magic night yesterday @sisyphos.berlin #technoandtears ...
Berlin I will play my next live set on the 20.04.19 at Me...
Berlin I will play my next live set on the 20.04.19 at Me...
Tonight @ Hammerhalle, Sisyphos | Berlin  #hamm...
Tonight @ Hammerhalle, Sisyphos | Berlin  #hamm...
since last weekend ended on monday morning after an epic ...
since last weekend ended on monday morning after an epic ...
Ready to reave
Ready to reave
Back at this magic place in june
Back at this magic place in june
thank you, sisyphos!
thank you, sisyphos!
Sisyphos is busy - kicking off at 2am
Sisyphos is busy - kicking off at 2am
Free weekend?? No way!!! Last minute Gig tomorrow morning...
Free weekend?? No way!!! Last minute Gig tomorrow morning...
Thank you Dampfer @sisyphosberlin It was a fucking pleasu...
Thank you Dampfer @sisyphosberlin It was a fucking pleasu...

Reviews

#1
Dirty and whimsical, Sisyphos is like Alice in Wonderland meets Detroit? Maybe it's the abandoned sticker-bombed van that takes my mind to Detroit, and the mini creek and fairy disco lights that makes me think of Alice... Over one weekend, I got into the club two times out of three (the second time, the line was way too long and my group bailed). My stamp from the Friday night was honored Sunday evening, so shower gingerly if you enjoy paying reduced cover (15 euro initially, and then 5 for re-entry). The staff here are a little nicer and less intimidating than the guys at Berghain, but I think the overall lack of showing positive emotions is a largely German thing. Additionally, if you don't speak German, hand the first bouncer your phone for stickering, and ID if they ask. Get patted down in the second room, pay your cover fee, show your stamp to the last doorperson, and stroll through the final eingang into Sisy.

At the beginning of the weekend, only three rooms seemed to be open (tech house, darker house, and disco) and then closer to Sunday/Monday, an additional room opens up to play more tech-house, as well as the rooftop bar behind the abandoned van. Sisyphos has plenty of places to sit and chill if you're getting tired of rotating around the rooms. Stay past sunrise, or leave whenever you please.

Bathrooms are grungy and unisex. Toilets are awkwardly high or maybe I'm just terribly short... Lastly, if you're a germaphobe, don't come sober, pack napkins and hand sanitizer, and leave your worries at home.
Review by Silvie C.

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#2
One of the most interesting clubs that I've been to. There's a big outdoor area with all this unique stuff including abandoned vehicles, bonfire, treehouse, chairs made out of boulders, mattresses, etc etc

There's 2 dance floors (one of which is pretty tiny). The entrance to the main one is borderline scary... You walk through this freaky hallway with weird lighting. Then the dance floor itself looks like it is inside some abandoned building. There is a lot of seating available.

Music is excellent. Main floor was playing some dark techno and tech house. Crowd was really into it. Smaller second floor was playing funky house.

Also has a food vendor selling pizza slices, hot dogs, etc

Drinks are reasonable. Note that the deposit on the beer bottles is 0.5 euros. The sign indicating that is in German. Cover was 10 on the night we went.
Review by Angelo B.

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#3
It opens on Friday around 12am and closes on Monday around 12pm. This makes it the ideal location for every experienced techno aficionado since you can go there anytime you want. You can enjoy different variations of techno since the club has 4 different floors (Wintergarten, Hammerhalle, Dampfer and the garden). Essentially it is like a mini festival that happens every weekend. The staff is extremely friendly and you can also enjoy cocktails in a special area if you like. My favorite bartender is by far James. He is friendly, professional and extremely lively. Make sure to ask for him and he will make your night unforgettable. :) Also, if you want to enter be funky, be cool and don't look like a tourist. Sisyphos is a dreamy place that solidifies Berlin's label as the techno capital of the world.
Review by andrilio

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.com

#4
I really varied musical event space, with outside bars, places to get falafel, and even a wellness centre. Internally at least three different rooms of Music and break out and chill out spaces. Really enjoyed our night here.
Review by Noel Hunwick

Source: https://www.google.com

#5
One of the best clubs in Berlin.. been there quite a few times already and had a really awesome experience ! Rave parties from Friday to Monday.! It is like a mini world of itself, so many ways to socialise with people and every time you go there is a new lighting set!
Review by varsha b.

Source: https://www.google.com

#6
Joyful place
It is beter when it is warm outside so people can hangout in the open spaces. I really liked Wintergarden. Great vibe, people dancing and smiling. Not sure if it is hard to get in, we had no problems and we were group of 4. I would recommend to wear colorful clothes (thats what I have noticed inside) Been there only on saturday and really enjoyed my time
Review by Journey111362

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#7
Epic club, great music but too much queueing and dirt
It's one of the most epic techno clubs of Berlin so it's a less turistic one with deep techno. It is a typical old East-Berlin night club which kept the original identity and community from earlier times. Music, the vibes and everything is like a dream, but the venue is pretty dirty and extremely! overcrsowded in the prime night time, toilets are not for princesses . We were waiting for 2 hours in the queue to get in. It is really sg that you can never see or experience anywhere else, for me it was a bit of a culture shock, pretty ambivalent, it was worth seeing it once, but I'm not sure I'd come back. I'm not enev sure that if sg happened others would have helped... It is an opinion, I'm much more used to places where guests are at least a little bit important.
Review by Seaside745342

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#8
Best club I’ve ever been
I was on a solo trip when decided to go to Sisyphos by myself. It was the best decision I could make. People are friendly, music of quality, fare price for drinks and entrance.
I’ll be back soon and if you like techno music, definitely this is the place for you
Review by fabienyws

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#9
Magical place
I've had one of the best nights of my life in this club. It's absolutely magical with it's ambient, people and music. I raved away in the various stages until sunrise, then went down to chill in the sun, played in the pond and had some chats with some incredible people! Super safe place with a very particular vibe, so if you were not let in I can imagine the bouncers did it to protect the vibe. But once inside there is love to go around for everyone, far away from phone screens which largely contributes to the liberating feel
Review by Arijanahus

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#10
Festival in a club
Having read reviews online I was worried myself and my boyfriend (visiting from Ireland) wouldn’t get in. Turns out we had absolutely no problem, the staff were really friendly, there was no interrogation at the door. They cover your phone cameras with stickers to stop any pictures being taken inside, which means everyone is actually having a good time instead of snapchatting/instagramming. Lots of nooks and crannies to explore, they have pizza stall, outdoor fire and two main music rooms and loads of other sections too. Dress down, don’t act the muppet and you shouldn’t have any problem getting in. Friendly clubbers, there for the music. Best club I’ve been to.
Review by Lauren O

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#11
Such a fun venue! Although bring a sweater. Was there on the opening weekend in early March. Would be even better in the summer
Review by Milou Spliet

Source: www.google.com

#12
Best place every! It's like a festival every weekend with open air stages, artifical beach and indoor techno scene. Perfect
Review by Karya Irgil

Source: www.google.com

#13
One of the best clubs in town!
Go during the day/afternoon/early night (before 22h) for not spending long time in que...
Review by die hacke

Source: www.google.com

#14
Though a lesser-known member of Berlin's club scene, Sisyphos throws some of the city's most unhinged parties, often running from Friday to Monday with no break. It has a warehouse-style main room, usually with techno or tech house DJs playing, plus a more house-oriented second room and a large outdoor garden littered with abandoned cars and other debris. Lineups are almost never announced, but sometimes include big international DJs.
Review by Andreja Kirisic

Source: www.google.com

Description

Located in an old dog food factory is one of the hottest "secret tips" among Berlin's fervent party crowd. A group of school friends turned this venue from a party hideout into one of the largest employers in its municipality. Parties are on roughly every second weekend. Once the music starts on Friday night it won't stop before Monday morning. It has a warehouse-style main room, usually with techno or tech house DJs playing, plus a more house-oriented second room and a large outdoor garden littered with abandoned cars and other debris. Lineups are almost never announced, but sometimes include big international DJs (Richie Hawtin played in 2015).

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