Coronavirus: Drive-In Clubs Are Springing Up Around The World (PHOTOS)
The coronavirus outbreak has left some 3.6 billion people stuck at home under lockdowns. It has become a gruelling and upending daily life in isolation. This sort of lifestyle was unthinkable until recently when governments impose social-distancing policies to stem the spread of the virus.
All around the world, the pandemic has shuttered once lively nightspots. Social nightlife has been severely affected.
Meanwhile, some innovative DJs have started putting their performances online. This ensures that clubbers don’t miss out. However, some event organizers have taken it a bit further. They have come up with the promotion of drive-in clubs.
These event organizers now hold drive-in parties to circumvent coronavirus restrictions.
For instance, on May 1, a nightclub in Germany held a ‘drive-in rave which saw around 500 participants.
The event was hosted in the car park of Club Index in the town of Schüttorf, near Germany’s Dutch border, and was open to 250 cars with a maximum of two occupants each. Netherlands DJ Devin Wild headlined the event.
Similar drive-in raves have also taken place in different nations. Despite the challenges, some performers are slowly warming to the idea of the drive-in raves.
As the lockdown of several cities around the world, some governments have started instating lockdown orders.
For instance, the State of Missouri in the United State will allow residents to attend live events, including concerts.
Indeed, the world is gradually finding ways to make millions of people happy again and bring smiles to their faces.
See photos and video of some drive-in raves below.
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