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GIRLS TOWN is a FLINT* party,
which takes place several times a year.

FLINT is: Women, lesbians, intersexual, non-binary and trans* people. For all these people we are a safer space and above all a place where we celebrate female diversity.

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10th of Feb, Friday // 7 pm 
so36, Oranienstr. 190, Berlin

Ployceebell / Lennox / KRIZZI WITH K!


18th of March, Sat // 10 pm
Haubentaucher, Revaler Str. 99, Berlin

21st of April, Fri // 6 PM
Sage beach berlin, Köpenickerstr. 18, Berlin


GIRLS TOWN is a shelter for women, lesbians, inter, non-binary and trans* people. We welcome homosexual, bi-sexual, pansexual and heterosexual women. Love is love! In the past we have always tried to integrate men – as friends and companions of our guests. Sometimes it went wrong. Flirting attempts by CIS men towards our guests are not welcome at our party.
Gay men and friends of the queer community are welcome! But unfortunately we do not always see your sexuality and your intention. We therefore ask for your understanding that our trained door staff makes the final decision whether men are allowed to enter or not.


GIRLS TOWN usually takes place with two dance floors. One big floor is reserved for pop, charts and favorites. 

On the smaller floor is room for selected sound. Hip hop / Soul / RnB  – watch out for our line up.


GIRLS TOWN is alive and kicking since 2006. Kino International in Berlin was our first home before we moved to Gretchen. Today we cooperate with many different locations like Sage Beach, So36 and Haubentaucher in Berlin. In 2023 we are hosting parties in Hamburg and Vienna.

We want to offer a safer space for FLINT*s in the nightlife. Female and queer visibility in club culture is as important to us as the joy and freedom of our guests. 

Love is love.

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