The German government is paying young people in Berlin to go clubbing

The capital of techno continues to pave the way for nightlife support

The young people of Berlin are being encouraged to go out clubbing thanks to a new cultural program taking place in the German capital. The Jungendkulturkarte is an all-new pre-paid card for people aged between 18 and 23 with a value of €50 to be used towards events within the city. Once registered with proof of a Berlin address, the card can be used to cover the cost of tickets and entrance to a variety of events and shows.

The Jungendkulturkarte can be redeemed by applicable residents from their local library between February 1st and April 30th, 2023. The new program is designed to get more people to attend music, arts, and creative events during a time when the sector faces several threats.

Currently, the Jungendkulturkarte can be used in cinemas, museums, theatres, and clubs. Already on the list of nightclubs you can use the card on are: AVA Club, BUSCHE Club, Cassiopeia Berlin, Gretchen, Klunkerkranich, Prachtwerk, Ritter Butzke, SchwuZ & SO36. The full listing of venues can be found using the link here.

Information on how to register for your own Jungendkulturkarte can be found here.

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