Embark on a journey through Tresor's rich history, which began on a fateful night in 1991. From its atmospheric dance floor located in the vaults of a former department store to its intense, fog-filled ambiance, Tresor has been at the epicenter of the techno movement. With moments like Jeff Mills' three-turntable sets and Underground Resistance's European debuts, the club has continuously set the standard for innovation.
While Tresor faced challenges, including temporary closures and relocations, it's always emerged stronger, becoming a symbol of Berlin's resilience and unity. Its current home at Kraftwerk Berlin showcases its dedication to community, resistance, and hope. Additionally, Tresor's connection with Detroit's techno scene signifies its commitment to fostering global community ties.
The name 'Tresor' translates to 'safe' or 'vault', epitomizing the club's origins in the vaults of the former Wertheim department store. Over the years, it has expanded, introducing features like an outdoor garden and the 'Globus' floor with mellower house sounds. Alongside its music, Tresor's documentary and photobook capture its enduring legacy in the world of nightlife.
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Tresor LocationKöpenicker Str. 70, 10179 Berlin