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Rave The Planet – Techno Parade in Berlin

user | January 16, 2021

Great news for techno fans is Rave The Planet parade!

Speaking of legendary Love Parade, the annual techno festival began in 1989, running for fourteen years before going on a 3-year hiatus after their 2003 installment and reopening in 2006.

The first year there were only 150 techno enthusiasts and soon its crowds marked over 100,000. And how exactly crazy and wild it was?

Exactly one year ago, Rave The Planet gGmbH was launched and is therefore celebrating its first small anniversary of existence. Not a matter of course after a year like 2020.

Rave The Planet has already successfully received over 390,000.00 Euros in donations from over 24,000 people from all over the world. Among other goals, to realise a new parade in Berlin in the spirit of the original Love Parade.

However, sometimes it’s not enough to give your best – the external circumstances have to play along too. Unfortunately, they don’t for the already announced “Rave The Planet parade” date on 10 July 2021.

The “Rave The Planet parade” has now been postponed to 09 July 2022. And also
the dates for the following years are secured and registered with the authorities. Hopefully, nothing will stand in the way of a united and healthy “We are one family” spirit.

To promote techno culture and shorten the waiting time, Rave The Planet also presents the weekly live stream “Instant Rave” with acts such as Bebetta, Christian Smith, Felix Kröcher, Gabriel Ananda, Mathew Jonson, Oliver Huntemann, Terranova, Tiefschwarz, Nakadia and Westbam.

The non-profit organisation, which includes techno legend Dr. Motte, focuses on three major goals.

1. To protect, promote and develop the culture of electronic dance music in all its forms. And to develop it further. To promote its own as well as other charitable
projects in the long term.

2. To classify the culture of electronic dance music as an Immaterial Cultural Heritage under the UNESCO.

3. To establish an official celebration of electronic dance music culture, with an annual event: A new parade, in the spirit of the Berlin Loveparade, based on its original values, progressively designed for the 21st century.

Find out more and stay updated HERE.

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