Following ten years, the monstrously famous concert and techno music event,
Love Parade is making a return to the streets of Berlin. Organizers plan to make this happen in Berlin in 2022.
Party goers will move through Berlin once again, on July 10, 2021, as long as cash for the show can be raised - the coordinators need to gather at any rate 1,5 million euros in donation to make this happen. They have just raised €400,000 to support this motivation.
The public occasion was about to happen this year however this changed due to the pandemic. Coordinators state they've "secured and registered" the 2022 date. They have spoken with the authorities in Berlin.
The enterprize has been supported so far by Christian Smith, Oliver Huntemann, Felix Kröcher, Gabriel Ananda and Mathew Jonson and many more. Also their biggest ally is the original Love Parade co-founder and German techno legend, Dr. Motte.
"Everything is ready. Presently it relies upon whether individuals need the parade," said a representative. So undeniably more than 500.000 dollars have been raised from the deals of little puppets, portraying festival goers, which can be bought for as meager as five euros.
The Love Parade was a popular electronic dance music festival and techno parade that originated in 1989 in West Berlin, Germany. It was held annually in Berlin from 1989 to 2003 and in 2006, then from 2007 to 2010 in the Ruhr region. Events scheduled for 2004 and 2005 in Berlin and for 2009 in Bochum were canceled.
1.6 million individuals went to the Love Parade at its pinnacle and it was generally viewed as a social insurgency fueled by techno all through the 90s and, up to the 2000s.
On 24 July 2010, a crowd crush at the Love Parade caused the death of 21 people, with at least 500 others injured. As a consequence, the organizer of the festival announced that no further Love Parades would be held and that the festival was permanently canceled.