Mon 1 Jul 2019 12:52PM

Location: Anomalie Art Club

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Erin has created a brief document with all the information. Feel free to make a copy and use it to approach other locations: Check it out here!


  • approx. 1500 ppl
  • gate to be managed by our own greeters (in coordination with bouncers)
  • a plus if we can throw our own bring & share bar (but not necessary)
  • location in Berlin
  • 3 floors, workshop space & outdoor space for flow show
  • rent: we're calculating with 10 € entry fee/attendant, there should be some budget left for art grants, other expenses etc., all other donations go to Kiez Burn e.V. (so you can describe this as a non-commercial event, entirely run by volunteers!)
  • technical support available?
  • possible to throw workshops (more quiet area?)
  • how many floors?


  • Anomalie yes, if more than 1000 ppl expected (Erin)
    • Alte Post Spandau to be discussed (Kat?)
    • Mellowpark very likely that we could do our own "bring & share" bar, rent is for free – we won't be able to make lots of income due to their non-profit approach (Luzie)
    • Jackie O: to be discussed (via Erin)
    • Polygon to be discussed (via Kate)
    • Birgit & Bier: Slawik has blocked 19 Oct for us – on 21 Sept we could join a Slowtribe event and do our own Kiez Burn floor (via Kate)
    • Rummelsbucht: not possible for new collectives (via Saskia)
    • Mensch Meier: to be discussed (via Saskia)
    • Kater Blau: to be discussed (via Kristijan)
    • Griessmühle: to be discussed (via Kristijan)
    • Heideglühen: to be discussed

Decision of Anomalie happened at the 2nd leads meeting 12th August


britzmaster Mon 1 Jul 2019 12:55PM

To suggest another location than B&B. What kind of deal do we need? Entrance Kiezburn, Bar location? Or did you pay a rent aswell last year? With how many people do you plan? 500-750? Thanks!


Erin Jeavons-Fellows Mon 1 Jul 2019 8:56PM

It would be good to have 3 floors and even better if we have an outdoor space for flow.


Erin Jeavons-Fellows Tue 2 Jul 2019 11:51AM

I just spoke to Anomolie Art Club and they are keen to host us! I just need to write them a short brief and they will come back and let us know numbers
how many peeps do you think we would expect for our decom?
They said it wouldn't be worth it if we were expecting under 1000 people. Birgit has more street traffic, so we aren't sure how many of the peeps came through were from the street vs burner crowd. I anticipate more burners this time round. We would also expect people off the street but not so many.
Good news: I asked if the flow artists can do performances there too and they said yes! :fire: :raised_hands:


britzmaster Tue 2 Jul 2019 12:49PM

I could also ask the Kater Crew (friends) if they host us. If you like the location. There we have a lot of rooms and an outdoor space. By the way... so it was not a private party last year? Street people could also come if they fit...? Kater normally opens at 23:59. Before that we have the Space on our own... I think we could do the selection together with the bouncers and greet the people.... I haven’t been to Anomalie yet. But sounds also nice.


britzmaster Wed 3 Jul 2019 10:37PM

They have a lot of private rooms... I will ask how exclusive we could get it. If everybody s now asking in all directions we could consider and decide at the end.
I will ask and feel Kater and will give feedback within a week. I love Holzmarkstr. 25...


Kaliope Thu 4 Jul 2019 8:58AM

My flatmate is a DJ and organiser of queer parties. I'll try to get some hints from him, since they don't prefer too touristy locations as well:) He has some connections! In the end, when we have collected lots of option, we should discuss what our priorities as a community are. Do we want to fundraise lots of money for the e.V.? Do we want to keep the Burners spirit and throw our own bring-and-share bar (that's a problem in most cases)? Thank you everyone for helping with this search!


Quentin Wed 17 Jul 2019 9:29AM

Hello everyone,
I am on the road to Borderland and can't attend the meeting tonight.
2 infos to share I got from Slawik :

  • He is proposing B&B for the Decom. I know this would not be the community first choice. But the option is here.

  • He is organizing an event in 21/22 September with different collective taking over 1 floor each. He has proposed that KB takes care of one. I think it would be very cool, and the opportunity to do something different there.

    That's maybe stuff that you guys would like to discuss tonight. I guess we should get back to him soon if we want to make this happen


Quentin Wed 17 Jul 2019 9:33AM

About the Decom and roles, Konsti and I would be in to support with Music Program again.
We still got some nice ressources from previous events (Google forms, email text to artists,etc..) that we can share. Most of it were done from a KB email address, so easily accessible. As always, anybody is welcome to join the team !!


Erin Jeavons-Fellows Wed 17 Jul 2019 8:44PM

Update from Anomolie
Anomolie would like to host us.
We would need to decide if we are going make this a fundraiser or not.
We have 2 options with them

Option 1. Renting the Club
Cost of rent: 12.000 Euros

Includes the facilities without staff - this gives us a true burner like event (TBC)
We have a fire space
We have the whole venue to ourselves
Many rooms for the many Djs and workshops we have :)
Dates are available

We wouldn't necessarily be able to fundraise

Option 2. Hosting at the Club
Cost of rent: FREE

* Includes facilities with staff so it would be arranged by the venue
* We have a fire space
* Many rooms for the many Djs and workshops we have :)
* Dates are available

* Door Split: ~50% (trying to negotiate) as this would eat into our budget
* Probably wouldnt be able to fundraise

I have created a thread here about whether we would like to fundraise or not. Please vote!


Isa Luz Thu 18 Jul 2019 8:39AM

heyhey. sorry i couldn't make it yesterday. did you decide on a venue already? otherwise i can try to reach out to mellow park again if thats still an option. <3

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