Aufgrund der Gesundheitsbesorgnisse durch das Coronavirus entscheidet sich Tresor im Interesse unserer Mitmenschen für eine präventive Schließung aller Veranstaltungsorte mit sofortiger Wirkung.

Unsere weitere Vorgehensweise wird in Anpassung an die zukünftigen Entwicklungen und behördlichen Vorgaben stattfinden.

Berlin, 12.3.2020

Due to the health concerns caused by the corona virus, Tresor has decided, in the interest of our fellow human beings, to preventively close all venues with immediate effect.

Our further course of action will take place in accordance with further developments and regulatory requirements.

Berlin, 12.3.2020

  • Sat
  • 12
  • 03
  • 2016
  • 23:59
Tresor. 25 Years.
Sat 12 March 2016 - 23:59

When Tresor opened on March 13th 1991 in a shack on Potsdamer Platz, beneath which the vault of the Wertheim department store lay, no one would have thought that from there would arise an institution that one day would celebrate 25 years of existence. The venue had only been licensed as an art gallery and received a lease of just three months. Needless to say, in the early days, every single day they expected the authorities to close the venue down.

Instead, the club became the formative stylistic starting point of a worldwide music and youth movement. The Tresor cellar, with its dance floor pressed between bank safes, the unique sound and the dense fog, became a symbol of the successful reunification of the youth of two formerly separated German states, who danced and celebrated here together from the club’s inception. DJs and artists from Detroit were the main inspiration for the sound of the vault – the now famous Berlin-Detroit connection resulted in a very special friendship between the two cities. As a club and record label, Tresor had already become a worldwide magnet and advertisement for the city of Berlin.

Over the past 25 years Tresor has created many historic moments in the musical and party history of the city. From Jeff Mills’ first sets on three turntables, to the grandiose Tresor Park parties, to various chapters of the Loveparade with Sven Väth in the 90s and since then countless generation-spanning parties, that represented for their visitors the highlights of their personal clubbing experiences. The history of the club was always eventful and not without complications. From the temporary closure by the authorities in the early years, to several raids, all the way to the closure and demolition of the old location in 2005, the years of wandering in exile and the resurrection in the new location Kraftwerk Berlin.

  • 23:59 - 03:00
    J.C.Tresor Records/ ES
  • 03:00 - 04:00
    Live: SleeparchiveTresor Records/ Berlin
  • 04:00 - 06:00
    Steve BicknellLost, Cosmic Records/ UK
  • 06:00 - 07:00
    Live: PacouCache, Tresor Records/ Berlin
  • 07:00 - End
    ZadigConstruct Re-Form, Tresor Records/ Paris
  • 23:59 - 02:30
    Claudia AndersonSingular Records/ Vienna
  • 02:30 - 04:30
    Moritz von OswaldBasic Channel, Tresor Records/ Berlin
  • 04:30 - 05:30
    Live: VainqueurChain Reaction/ Berlin
  • 05:30 - End
    DJ Pete aka SubstanceChain Reaction, Grounded Theory/ Berlin
  • 23:59 - 02:00
    Daffyno label no release, Tresor/ Berlin
  • 02:00 - 04:00
    ProdomoMessy Household/ Berlin
  • 04:00 - 06:00
    Mad MaxSubdealers/ Berlin
  • 06:00 - End
    Djoker DaanTresor/ Berlin