Adress: Dunckerstraße 64, 10439 Berlin
There are those evenings where you just don’t want to go to another electro party, but of course you don’t want to rock out with countless teenagers to David Guetta and other chartists. The Dunckerclub is predestined for such evenings. Located in the heart of Prenzlauer Berg, it is considered one of the last insider tips of the former party district among experts on the scene. Where else only the Main-Stream tourism finds place, the “Duncker” captivates by alternative music and casual audience.
The playlist includes exclusive indie & rock, but also new wave, pop classics and other jewels from the 80s. Every Friday and Saturday the “Independent Dance Campaign” is offered to the audience, and concerts take place regularly during the week. Often there are also various specials, such as gothic flea markets. The “Duncker” has a main floor and a relaxed chill-out area, which offers enough room to chill out and have a long drink. The toilets are also comparatively recommendable. Smokers will also find a place in the outdoor area. The club is also within easy reach of the S-Bahn station Prenzlauer Allee. So anyone who still wants to dance with a “alternative rock audience” in a typical “Berlin” environment is in good hands with the Dunckerclub.
Mondays in the Duncker Gothic/Wave/Industrial/Neofolk starts at 10 pm.
Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Sundays are closed.
Thursdays free concerts from 10 pm.
Fridays and Saturdays Independent/Alternative/80s/Rock
The Dark Market (Gothic Flea Market) takes place every two months on Sundays.