With the “Temporary Club” concept, Pallas creates completely new clubs in unique Locations, where Club Events are otherwise nearly impossible to execute.

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Pallas Temporary Club rents the location for a whole week and sets up a club for the weekend. Like a pop-up club. The first event will take place from March 24th to March 27th. From then on, the Pallas-Temporary Club will take place every two months in

E-Werk. With the help of well-known labels and organizers from the Berlin scene, a broad program will be put together for the weekend.

E-Werk was the largest techno club in Europe in the 1990s. Club operations in E-Werk were discontinued at the end of the 1990s with a three-day closing event.
A few years and extensive conversion and refurbishment measures later, the areas became one of the most renowned event locations on the international market. To this day, E-Werk is the scene of various event formats.

As unforgettable as the club years of the 90s are for many people and a multitude of lasting memories remain anchored in their heads, we would like to take the opportunity and bring the charm of the former E-Werk back to life with our concept from March 24th to 27th, 2022.

The program, put together by various labels from the Berlin scene, is divided into ten different events on four days

-4 Days
-4 Clubnights (Thursday-Sunday) -6 Concerts (2x Friday- 4 Saturday) -5 Hosts
-3 Floors
-over 60 Artist

Concert #1 by Pallas
Event Name: 
Pallas: tba at E-Werk Time: 19:00-23:00
Line-Up: Rooftop and Main Hall Opening Party (limited tickets): @ateq_music // @jerome_sydenham // @joel_mull // @kangding_ray // @mary_yuzovskaya // @redshapeofficial // @sabine_hoffmann // @shifted___ // @kostaxdb // @zaijenroots

Clubnight by Concerte
Event Name: 
Pallas: Concrete at E-Werk
Time: 23:59-14:00
Line-Up: Club Night by Concrete
@alina.viktoria // @astridgnosis (live) // Chris Liberator // @crymedj // @djsaunameister // @dmcg.concrete // @gabbereleganza // @laurecroft_ // @lous.concrete b2b @schaffner3x7.gib// @metaraph_ // @niki.istrefi (live) // @pelin.vds // @rougemusic  // @somniac_one // @stevyl.concrete // @thechronics7 // @uncnsrd.concrete // @vonbikrav

Saturday 26.3.2022

Concert #4 by Pallas
Event Name: 
Pallas: tba at E-Werk Time: 14:00-18:00
Line-Up: Club Night by Concrete
@alina.viktoria // @astridgnosis (live) // Chris Liberator // @crymedj // @djsaunameister // @dmcg.concrete // @gabbereleganza // @laurecroft_ // @lous.concrete b2b @schaffner3x7.gib// @metaraph_ // @niki.istrefi (live) // @pelin.vds // @rougemusic  // @somniac_one // @stevyl.concrete // @thechronics7 // @uncnsrd.concrete // @vonbikrav

Concert #5 by Pallas
Event Name: 
Pallas: tba at E-Werk Time: 19:00-23:00
Line-Up: Daytime Rooftop and Club by Nautilus
@john_talabot // @eclairfifi // @thehammerhits // @elenacolombi // @barbara_boeing // @daddydarkrdc // @friedrichraphael // @jollymare 

Clubnight by Voxnox
Event Name: 
Pallas: Voxnox at E-Werk
Time: 23:59-14:00
Line-Up: Alignment // AnD // Brutalismus 3000 (live) // DJ Dripcore // DJ Tanith // Jay Clarke // Kaiser // Kalte Liebe // Local Suicide // Lucinee b2b Lifka // Luna Vasarotti // Sept b2b DLV // Skelesys // Somewhen // Yant

The E-Werk (original name: Umspannwerk Buchhändlerhof) is a former substation that has been listed since 1987. It was built between 1924 and 1928 according to plans by the architect Hans Heinrich Müller and is located at Wilhelmstrasse 43 (back of Mauerstrasse) in Berlin’s Mitte district. From 1993 to 1997 it was one of the defining venues of the techno scene.

As the first major exhibition dealing exclusively with techno art, Chromapark was held in the E-Werk for the first time in 1994 and from 1995 also in the Evidence Hall in the same complex.

The club was run by Hilke Saul, Andreas Rossmann, Ralf Regitz and Lee Waters.

Permanent resident DJs were DJ Disko, DJ Clé, Jonzon, Woody, Terry Belle and the English Hazel B. The DJ elite of the world played at numerous events.

On Fridays, the Dubmission parties were celebrated here with their residents Kid Paul and Paul van Dyk.

On July 24, 1997, the E-Werk closed as a techno club. In 2001, SPM Technology acquired the E-Werk from Bewag.

E-Werk Club in the 90s:

“In the 90s, the “Who’s Who” of the techno scene is spinning the turntables in E-Werk: The forefathers of the Detroit scene around Derrick May, Juan Atkins and Kevin Anderson as well as the English elite around Carl Cox, but also Sven Väth, DJ Hell and Paul van Dyk played. Residents included Terry Belle, Jonzon, Clé and of course Westbam, who brings the pulse of the club scene to the boiling point with ever faster beats per minute. In short, the zeitgeist of Berlin’s subculture pulsates like nowhere else in the former power station that once supplied the electricity for Berlin’s first electric streetcar.

In 1992 Andreas Rossmann, part of the Planet Club crew, discovers the E-Werk, which until 1991 was still being used as a depot for street lamps. On a bitterly cold day in February 1993, the first party takes place.The beats are hard and fast and the open fire installations give the place an impressin which would rather fit into the New York Bronx than in the middle of Berlin. The so-called Evidence Party is followed by others, such as TWIRL, the Dubmission and also

many special formats, for example for the Berlin Loveparade. Prodigy played here for the MTV European Music Award in 1994, and anything seems possible: from a Massive Attack concert to a Versace Gala Dinner. Katharina Thalbach even stages a performance of Don Giovanni together with Christoph Hagel.” – www.visistberlin.de