The KitKat Club has been an infamous Berlin institution since 1994, opened by an Austrian pornographic filmmaker and his partner. The club has changed locations throughout the city over the years, but now stands strong in the Mitte district, not far from equally popular clubs; the Berghain and Tresor. The KitKat is known for throwing rowdy parties. People come from all over the world to experience their sexually unconstrained celebrations. Visitors are allowed to engage in whatever sexual acts they please with their fellow clubbers anywhere in the venue, all within the boundaries of respect. A matching dress policy is enforced in the club; the more latex and leather, the better. In the past few years, however, the parties here have become more music and dancing oriented than sexually charged. The crowd tends to be quite diverse, becoming wilder on Saturdays. Once inside, you will be met by three different dance floors and an outside pool area. Guests will dance beneath ultra violet lighting, moving in synch with the beats. The music selection has greatly evolved over the years, today offering an exclusive combination of Techno and Trance music fans like to call “The KittySound.” KitKat has also founded a record label in 2005 which produced two CDs that feature the club’s unique sounds. The club is open Friday through Sunday and hosts the notorious “CarneBall Bizzare” every Saturday, which is one of the unruliest parties in town, lasting until their Sunday after-hour.