From: Thursday, September 12, 2024
To: Thursday, September 12, 2024
Classic Meets Fetish 2024
Classic Meets Fetish, Folsom Edition is a uniquely sexy experience for all lovers of classical music and fetish clothing. The event takes place during the Folsom Europe Fetish Week.
- Visiting Berlin for Easter? Stay in Schöneberg close to all the fetish parties and host bars. Stay at The Scandic Berlin Kurfürstendamm complete with an excellent gym and spacious rooms.
- Thursday Sept 12th, 2024 – The concert begins at 8 pm, Presented by Tyrone Rontganger.
- Professional, qualified and internationally distinguished musicians will not only perform a variety of classical ‘hits’, but do this in fetish outfits for a fetish audience.
- The 30-minute intermission gives the audience plenty of time to mix and mingle, and maybe make some new contacts in time for the Folsom Weekend.
- After all the costs for production and manpower have been deducted, the remaining amount of money generated by this concert will be donated to charity.
- Classic meets Fetish is held in Schöneberg’s Zwölf-Apostel-Kirche (in English, Church of the Twelve Apostles), about 5 minutes walk from the underground station Nollendorfplatz and Berlin’s busy gay quarter.
- The listed building has unique glass windows, high ceilings and perfect acoustics. The church is also a long time supporter of local gay charities and organisations and is home to the city’s gay choir.
Where to stay?
Stay close to the heart of the gay district in Berlin. Here you will find hotels near the best gay bars and clubs in the city as well as the Folsom Fair.
Gay Map of Berlin
Being such a large city, gay neighbourhoods are scattered around Berlin, in the districts of Schöneberg and Kreuzberg (the western part of Berlin) as well as in Prenzlauer Berg (eastern part). Recently, the district of Friedrichshain developed a trendy area for upmarket coffee shops and cocktail bars. The majority of the gay hotels, bars, cafes and shops in Berlin are located in the Schöneberg district.
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5 Star, Luxury
The spacious rooms and suites of the non-smoking Sheraton Grand Hotel Esplanade Berlin feature a modern design and panoramic windows. They include a flat-screen TV, minibar, large bathroom and free WiFi. A rich breakfast buffet is served each morning in the Elements breakfast restaurant.
4 Star, Readers Choice
Mercure Berlin Wittenbergplatz is set in the Schöneberg district in Berlin, just a 1-minute walk from the KaDeWe and the Kurfürstendamm-boulevard. All rooms at the Mercure Berlin Wittenplatz come with a flat-screen TV, and some also have a balcony. WiFi is provided free of charge, high-speed internet can be purchased for a daily surcharge.
Riu Plaza Berlin
4 Star, Great Value
This hotel is set in a modern 17-storey building on Berlin’s Kurfürstendamm boulevard. The RIU Plaza Berlin is a 5-minute walk from Kurfürstendamm Underground Station and the world-famous KaDeWe department store. All rooms and suites feature luxury furnishings, a flat-screen satellite TV, a safe, fridge, air conditioning and a private bathroom.
3 Star, Gay Hotel
This hetero-friendly gay hotel in Schöneberg is 700 m from Berlin’s Kurfurstendamm shopping area and the KaDeWe department store. The hotel’s breakfast buffet is available until late, and Wi-Fi is free throughout the property. A 10-minute walk from the many bars of Nollendorfplatz Square, rooms with a flat-screen TV, DVD player & iPod docking station.
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Top Gay Neighbourhoods in Berlin
Berlin is a diverse and inclusive city with a vibrant LGBTQ+ community. There are several popular gay neighborhoods that each offer a different vibe.
Schöneberg | Historic Gay District
Photo: Schöneberg, home to Berlin’s popular gay bars and the Folsom Street Fair
- Located to the southwest of the city center, Schöneberg is one of Berlin’s oldest and most famous gay neighborhoods.
- It has a rich LGBTQ+ history and is known for its lively gay bars, clubs, and LGBTQ+-friendly businesses.
- Schöneberg is home to KaDeWe, one of Europe’s largest department stores and a shopper’s paradise.
- Discover the best things to see and do in Schöneberg
Home to the famous East Side Gallery, with a diverse and multicultral LGBTQ+ scene with eclectic bars and clubs.
Up-and-coming neighborhood, popular with hipsters and home to the world famous, long running Schwuz nightclub