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Drive-in Raves - the Way to Rave in the Future?

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so people are itching for a party, and so one club in Germany holds a drive-in rave to circumvent coronavirus restrictions

and based on reactions, this might catch on. Would you be happy to ‘party’ this way?

17 days ago
What do you think of this?
TheChimp17 days ago

I haven't been to a party for years tbh, but that's just my age.

We stopped going to gigs a while back too because of all the fools who use their mobile phones.

As soon as all mobiles are stopped at the entrance to a gig, we won't be going to another one.

ACR16 days ago

That's a bit like being stuck in a traffic jam with the radio turned on. Once the novelty factor has worn off I can't see that catching on. I wonder how they dealt with people going to the toilet... It'll probably be more like smaller illegal 1990s style raves, such as recently seen in Telford - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-shropshire-52696720

It's possible we may start to see an increasing number of drive-in-cinemas appearing - https://www.timeout.com/london/news/buckle-up-a-swanky-new-drive-in-cinema-is-coming-to-london-051520

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