Today the well known 1920s Berlin Project in Second Life will be celebrating it’s 8th anniversary with 7 days of celebrations to mark this special occasion. See below for the full schedule of events planned for this year.
There will be dance events, fireworks, new openings, live music, ice cream, movie showings and much more. Check out The 1920’s Berlin Project today and join in with 8th anniversary celebrations.
Schedule of events
Tuesday 30th May
- 2pm annual dance under the Brandenburg Gate with a show by Sonatta Moralesta Morales and with DJ Myron Byron!
- 3pm Fireworks
Wednesday 31st May
- 1pm Soapbox airplane race for children
- 2pm Opening of the Biergarten at the back of Der Keller
- 4pm Ice cream social at the KaDeWe, free ice cream for all, children welcome!
Thursday 1st June
- 2pm German Food Festival of beer, sausage, cheese and more beer, at the Nussbaum with your host Herr Grau
- 4pm Party at the Supporters Penthouse room in the Hotel Adlon, only for supporters.
Friday 2nd June
- 1pm Opening ‘Zur Lindenwirtin’ club for “after hours entertainment”
- 2pm Special celebration dinner at Hotel Adlon
- 3pm Joaquin Gustav performs live music in the Adlon mirror ballroom.
- 6pm Party at the ‘Zur Lindenwirtin’ club for “after hours entertainment”
Saturday 3rd June
- 11am Miss Berlin pageant
- 1pm Flapperettes Anniversary
- 2pm Eldorado
Sunday 4th June
- 12pm (noon) Official opening of the new Library
- 2pm The long-awaited Grand Opening of a new art venue!
- 3pm Special surprise just for Long Term Tenants at the Amtshaus on Alexanderplatz
Monday 5th June
- 2pm Party in the Volksbad swimming pool.
Join us at the public baths for a wild party in the pool.
Swimming suits will be provided.
- 4pm Social at the KaDeWe Oyster bar with free bottles of special anniversary champagne!
- 5pm Projection of the movie ‘Berlin Alexanderplatz’ (1931) in the Babylon Cinema
Tuesday 6th June
- All day: Relaxed rules dayOn this day everyone is welcome to visit our sim and take a good look around and see more of the sim than you’re usually allowed to see.Several of our tenants will also the doors to their private apartments and an ‘Open House’ sign will show you where you can enter and explore how the people in the city live.We also relax our dress code so you can come in modern clothes or as a non-realistic avatar.
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