This summer, Munich’s opera lovers had a new space in which to enjoy their favorite pastime, a custom-designed building called the Pavillon 21 Mini Opera Space. Those who preferred a more modern take on music could visit the Mini Music Lounge occupied by techno music label Ruta5 and DJ Ricardo Villalobos, while on the live-music side, The Mini In Concert stream featured bands such as The Hurts and The Ting Tings. Music not your thing? The Mini Drive-In Cinema showed the film Exit Through the Gift Shop (directed by the street artist Banksy), as well as the documentary Keep Surfing, about Munich’s city surfer subculture.
The name “Mini” in their titles doesn’t refer to the scope of the organizer’s ambitions. Rather, it harks to the automotive giant, Mini, which not only sponsored but created the events.
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