The 2010 Love Parade happens in Duisburg, Germany on 24 July 2010. People will be raving in the streets. DJ’s will be tearing it up on the ones and twos. Giant balls will fall from the sky and land on you. Are you planning to go? Are you a dancer? Are you going because you love the music or because you need a reason to put on a full-body green spandex outfit, eat a handful of ecstasy and chew on a binky in Germany as you dance in the streets with random strangers? Do you believe in P.L.U.R.? Are you living in a P.L.U.R.-fect world? Are you planning to rave until dawn with your alt-bros and alt-broettes? (apologies to Hipster Runoff for biting his style)
The Love Parade is one of the largest and most peaceful events worldwide! Gather every year, people from all over the world, in the name of electronic music, the message of a peaceful world community to take in the.
These are values such as love, mutual respect, tolerance and community our priority. For without love, no respect, no respect, no tolerance and no tolerance any community.
The Love Parade is a modern myth. Originally created as a demonstration, it has evolved over the years developed into an event which enables people with like-minded people from all over the world peaceful and relaxed to electronic dance music to celebrate.
Participation is for visitors free of charge and freely available: The world’s largest open-air party and everyone is welcome! The thematic core of the Loveparade is electronic dance music in all its diversity and relevance. Music is our key!
So Love Parade is characterized by a boisterous and peaceful coexistence, a spectacular optics, a program of diverse and international nature of. The event is a reflection of the current global electronic trends. By its own character and the involvement of the hottest international artists, they gained importance far beyond the borders of Germany.
Look, I can’t be mad at that, and neither can you! Do you want to go with me to Germany?
If truth be told, I think going to Love Parade would be an interesting experience. One of our local DJ’s, Graflin, has spun at Love Parade several times & he says it’s incredible. Don’t think I can make it this year, but it does look like fun, doesn’t it?