Champions League Final – June 6th, Olympiastadion, Berlin
The hugely prestigious international soccer tournament final will kick off in Berlin on 6th June 2015 as a number of European teams continue to battle it out on the pitch to edge another step closer to the exciting final. This year it will be hosted at the famed Olympiastadion which was originally constructed for the city to host the 1936 Summer Olympics. There’s a 77,000 capacity and there will be two sets of supporters raising the atmosphere and the roof with anticipation and enthusiasm for 90 minutes of footballing excellence. If you don’t have ticket you can still join the other 400 million viewers who watch all the action on television. And you can even take advantage of the special sky casino bonus in order to place a bet on who you think will be this year’s victor.
Mercedes Benz Fashion Week – July 7 – 10, Bradenburg Gate, Berlin
The second part of the Mercedes Benz Fashion Week kicks off in July after its successful run back in January. A number of industry professionals and fashion experts will congregate to the latter half of the bi-annual event which will be showcasing even more of the wonderful new collections and the latest trends. There will be plenty of exhibitions and other shows including the famed StyleNite from Berlin-based designer Michael Michalsky which combines fashion and performance. Previously the likes of huge musical talent such as Lady Gaga, Alphaville and Icona Pop have all performed at the event drawing hordes of fashion aficionados to the thrilling show.
Aquarella Berlin – August 14th, 15th, 28th and 29th, The River Spree
The wonderful water and music show hosted on the waters of the River Spree is one of the most fascinating events held in Berlin. The illumination festival manages to raise emotion and romance in its breathtaking show that take music, lights, fireworks and even ballet to create a beautiful and unforgettable visual and audio experience for all that view it.
BMW Marathon – September 27th
The 42nd BMW Berlin Marathon is under starter’s orders this coming September when thousands and thousands of professionals and amateurs take part in the 26 mile run. The event itself has been dominated by both Kenya and Ethiopia for the past decade with only Germany taking the women’s title back in 2008.
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