Living and Working at the Festival
The „9 to 5 – Wir nennen es Arbeit“ festival camp is an event for those who feel that working should be more like living – and not the other way around. On three different days, each given its own daily concept (day 1 is all about burning money, day 2 concentrates on getting things done, while day 3 encourages you to try and change the world for the better), you are invited to come and join the fun and games at Radialsystem V in Berlin. On the following pages, you can find out more about our programs and activities. See you in August!
Work how you want to live.
9to5 at RADIALSYSTEM V will provide workstations all over the place. Whether it be on the sun deck, at the banks of the river Spree, in the central hall or in the studios – there’s enough space, electricity and wireless internet for your own laptops everywhere, free of charge and without reservation.
Furthermore, we will give you the opportunity to relocate your whole business to RADIALSYSTEM V. If you want to come along with your office, your studio or your team, please register early enough. Mail to: email@example.com
Of course, everyone is also invited to just come along and see the festival.
You don’t have to, but feel free to work at your own convenience: in any case, electricity, wireless network, computers and desks are available at any time. You don’t have to bring a laptop, but it might be useful to do so. We also welcome whole projects and groups of people to come and temporarily take over RADIALSYSTEM V.
Employees are welcome with open arms, if you can manage to synchronise your regular work schedule with the 9to5 festival camp. Afterwards, you might even begin to consider whether you’ll ever want to return to an office again.
Feel free to bring your own technical equipment: we installed a secure place to store your stuff. Meanwhile, Tim Pritlove from Chaos-Computer-Club will be lecturing on security in wireless networks.
9to5 as Plazes-group… thanks to brandom
If you’re not from Berlin and a place to sleep is required, we’ve arranged over-night accommodation for you.
Just send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please bring your own sleeping bag.
3-days ticket (for early birds): € 40 (plus sales fee)
3-days business ticket: € 250 (plus sales fee)
from June 23rd: 3-days ticket € 50 (plus sales fee)
from June 23rd: daily ticket € 20 (plus sales fee):
Box office: 3-days ticket € 60 (reduced € 50)
Box office: daily ticket € 22 (reduced € 20)
Ticket without sales fee are available at Radialsystem V, Holzmarkstraße 33, 10243 Berlin.
Opening times of the ticket office at Radialsystem:
Tuesday - Sunday 12.00h - 19.00h / Box office: 1 hour before the start of the performance
Ticket reservation via telephone:
Tuesday - Sunday 12.00h - 19.00h under +49 (0) 30 288 788 588
Tickets reserved over the telephone have to be collected at RADIALSYSTEM V within one week of reservation and until one day before the performance at the latest. If reserved tickets are not collected by then, the reservation will be cancelled and the tickets re-issued into the general sale.
Who and what’s still missing? Simply mail your suggestions to email@example.com
Choose a banner and link us on your webpage.
Just mail your address and the required number of flyers to firstname.lastname@example.org - We’ll send them to you by (regular) mail.
Helping hands are welcome at any time:
- looking after the speakers
- web pages and program editorial
Send a mail with your skills, your own ideas and availability to email@example.com.
Help us on location
If you would like to help during the festival, you’ll get free entrance. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a media representative or journalist, you can get your 9to5.Wir nennen es Arbeit - Festival-Camp accreditation here.
The deadline for accredition applications is the 14th of August, 2007.
The Festival retains the right to decide which applications are accepted. There can be no recourse to litigation.
You can either download the Press-Accreditation as .pdf file and then fax it to us or, alternatively, you can just fill out our german online form.