Tierstar Andrez

Battle Show

Part of “Berlin bleibt! #4”
Part of “Eleven years of Houseclub”

15:00–19:00: Şipşak Druck and Stadt Tatreetz in front of HAU2


What does a rap battle at HAU Hebbel am Ufer's Houseclub in cooperation with KMAntenne look like? We don't know, but KMAntenne, Tierstar Andrez and the Houseclub are doing everything they can to make it as youth-friendly as possible. There's no question that we have found the right person for this: Tierstar Andrez is not only in charge of the rap workshops at KMAntenne on Wednesdays – he's also the former organiser of “Rap am Mittwoch” (“Rap on Wednesday”) as well as the founder and presenter of Germany's most important battle league, “TopTierTakeover”. Known as one of the best freestylers, he'll introduce us to the secrets of battling with written, scripted and grab-in-the-back freestyles.


  • Past
    Sat 2.7.2022, 16:00 / HAU2


Part of “Berlin bleibt #4 − Treffpunkt Mehringplatz”, a HAU Hebbel am Ufer festival. Supported within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media. Supported by: Hector-Peterson-Schule, Fritz-Karsen-Schule, KMAntenne, Jugendkunstschule Friedrichshain Kreuzberg FriX Berg, Jugendkunstschule Young Arts Neukölln.


Hallesches Ufer 34, 10963 Berlin

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