STRETCH FESTIVAL is a weekend festival
for gay, bi, trans and queer men* and people who identify somewhere on a gender-fluid male-to-non-binary spectrum.
Use this chance to discover and explore new ways of being, to nourish your body, mind, and spirit.
STRETCH FESTIVAL is a weekend festival for gay, bi, trans and queer men* and people who identify somewhere on a gender-fluid male-to-non-binary spectrum.
The festival takes place three times a year in the heart of Berlin and Online.
We love diversity, welcoming all bodies, cultural backgrounds and gender identities within this larger and not-so-definable container of queer masculinities.
Expert teachers, practitioners, therapists, healers, renegades and artists invite you to this unique gathering.
Let's explore a wealth of offerings drawing from bodywork, mindfulness, art, movement, sexuality, psychology, spirituality, gender, identity, ritual, performance, and social engagement.
Participants can choose from a large selection of workshops and 15 online events, experiential explorations, presentations, and talks in order to explore and inspire a more soulful and playful connection to one another and to life itself.
You’ll be able to connect with people in Berlin and spanning the globe in our virtual safe spaces to socialize, mingle or deepen exchanges.
Use this chance to discover and explore new ways of being, to nourish your body, mind, and spirit. We look forward to welcome curious and adventurous participants.
Become a member!
By becoming a member of the Stretch-Village e.V. you become a part of the community that has been building around the Stretch festival and countless other events hosted at Village.Berlin, Authentic Eros, Instinct and most recently Village.Online.
Even if you don’t live in Berlin or are unable to regularly visit the Village, you remain a valuable community member and can take an active part in shaping our community - especially now that we are growing our Village.Online presence.
With your financial contribution as a member you are enabling an important place for queer men* looking for personal growth and a sense of belonging to something larger than what one or few individuals can achieve.