Romare Solo Live

«Electronic dance music meets sound snippets from the fantasy cinema of the 70s.»

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London's experimental electronic artist Romare is known from dancing through club nights at Berghain as well as being Bonobo's sidekick on their US tour. His stage name is based on the African-American cut-up artist Romare Bearden, and his music and work practice are correspondingly collage-like. On his new album "Fantasy" he uses elements from the fantasy cinema of the 70s and mixes them with rhythmic, eccentric electronica. In this way, he lends club music something playful without losing sight of the actual purpose of getting people to dance.

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  • Accessibility

    The lower floor of the club is at ground level and accessible without steps. There is one accessible bathroom which can be used with a Eurokey. The bar is not accessible and is approximately 1.20 metres high. Sensory stimuli: Most concerts are accompanied by moving lights and smoke. For sold-out or well-attended concerts, it is worth arriving early. Are you unable to stand for a long time or do you need other support for your visit? Then get in touch by email or phone: or 044 276 80 00.

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  • Additional information about the tickets

    Moods members are guaranteed admission to every event until 30 minutes before the concert starts. Only shows with a high demand require a reservation. The corresponding concerts are marked on the website with "Member-Reservation".

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  • How to reach Moods

    Moods is reached via the main entrance of the Schiffbau at Schiffbauplatz. We recommend arriving by public transport (streetcar 4 or 8 / bus 72, 83 or 33 to Schiffbau; S-Bahn to Hardbrücke station and from there approx. 2 minutes on foot). Parking spaces are available under Hardbrücke and in the Pfingstweid-/Hardstrasse parking garage.

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