Organizers plan to make this happen again in Berlin in 2023. They also announced the date a their Facebook account saying that the event will take place at Saturday, 8 July 2023.
Around 200,000 individuals hit the roads of Berlin on Saturday, July 9th, for Rave The Planet, the principal occasion of its sort in the city in over 15 years.
The coordinators said an expected 300,000 individuals moved and walked. However, police and other media announced that the figure was 200,000. The occasion was shot by European Television Arte Concert.
A gigantic group set off from Kurfürstendamm at 2 PM, following 18 floats playing different styles of electronic music around a seven-kilometer course towards the notable Großer Harsh milestone. Around 150 DJs performed. In spite of the cool temperatures and periodic showers, ravers was partying constantly.
On Saturday night, the music and show finished 40 minutes early in light of the fact that the police were worried there "were an excessive number of individuals.
The mastermind behind the world-famous Love Parade events in the '90s and '00s was Dr. Motte.
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.
Watch five-hour livestream of Rave The Planet and check out the photos below: