Drive-in party in Germany
COVID-19 has forced us to take strict social distancing measures with many of our favourite entertainment venues shutting down, including restaurants, bars, and nightclubs.
However, people have found a way around enjoying their hobbies – even if that means not giving up on partying. After South Korea offered drive-in theatre services, a nightclub in Germany invited people to come by and enjoy themselves with the drive-in rave. Social distance was still maintained of course, ‘cuz everyone was partying from their cars!
3-hour long rave
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Each car could only hold 2 passengers and no one was allowed to exit their cars during the party to ensure maximum safety. However if anyone urgently needed to visit the toilet, they had to wear a face mask and exit the car alone. Food and drinks had to be brought on their own too.
Guests could bring their own food and props to join in the fun
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The party went on for 3 hours, from 9PM-12AM, complete with a masked-up DJ, awesome tunes, and fireworks!
After getting good feedback, the club continued to host these social distancing gigs every week and have held 5 parties now.
The cars are properly distanced too
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Although some mentioned that it was pricey, many others commented that they were willing to pay for this as it could help them feel better and less cooped up during the self-isolation.
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Other countries are coming up with interesting ways to combat social distancing too. A restaurant in Amsterdam came up with little glasshouses for customers to sit in and enjoy their meals while staying at a safe distance from others.
We hope things will get better soon – stay strong for the dance floor, party animals!
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