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Tuesday 21st June, 16:00-22:00, Civili-Park, Berlin.
Turning Tables are celebrating Féte de la musique with FÊTE 36EINS, an evening of music and the live debut of their project Kinder vom Kotti.
Turning Tables is an organisation that seeks to empower children and young people through music. A free creative space where experiences can be shared and new artistic and technical skills can be learned, Turning Tables is currently based at Naunyritze in Kreuzberg, a long-running youth club and community space that is well known for its role in the history of Deutschrap music since the 1990s.
This Tuesday over 20 young musicians involved in the Turning Tables project will perform at Civili-Park in Kreuzberg, to celebrate and announce the upcoming Kinder vom Kotti compilation. Delivered in cooperation with Outreach Kreuzberg, Flüchtlingskirche and producer Cord Labuhn (aka Robosonic), Kinder vom Kotti is a collective project that explores hip-hop music as a means of self-expression for young refugees and locals living in Kreuzberg.
Come down to Civili-Park (Waldemarstr. 57 - 10997 Berlin) on Tuesday to celebrate with the Kinder vom Kotti from 16:00-22:00 CET.