TikTok users are sharing tips for getting into the world's 'most exclusive' nightclub

Berghain, a nightclub in Berlin, Germany,

is even more famous for what happens

outside its doors than inside them.

The club, which is sometimes referred to

as the “most exclusive” dance party in

the world, is famous for its incredibly strict

yet completely mysterious entry rules.

Britney Spears was once allegedly denied

entry for having the “wrong outfit” and Conan

O’Brien filmed his own failed attempt in 2016.

There are ways to improve your

chances of getting in though.

Journalists and travel bloggers have published

how-to guides on the topic for years now.

there’s even a website, BerghainTrainer.com, that lets

you try your luck on a virtual reality doorman.

Now, TikTok users have begun sharing

their keys to success — both researched

and learned firsthand — for getting into

the world-famous club.

The trend seemingly started

with a teenager who goes by

the username pjsorbet.

The TikToker posted her own experience

with the BerghainTrainer simulator,

a test she failed miserably.

“The way they judge you to get into the

club is solely based on your vibes,” she says

in the clip. “They vibe check you”.

The teen’s post inspired follow-ups from

more experienced users, including a Sweden-based

influencer named bryanboycom.

The tips, which he shared in a now-viral

TikTok ranged from going in the afternoon

and waiting in line alone to being polite and

avoiding speaking English to the bouncers.

“I’ve been to Bergain many times. Never been

rejected,” he wrote at the start of his video

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