ARCHIV - Auf der Strasse des 17. Juni, vom großen Stern bis hin zum Brandenburger Tor, zieht sich am 12.07.1997 in Berlin der lange Strom der Techno-Jünger während der Love Parade (später Loveparade) durch den Bezirk Tiergarten. Über eine Million begeisterter Musikfans nahmen damals an der größten Techno-Party der Welt teil, die sich durch die Innenstadt der Hauptstadt zog. (zu dpa "Sonnenblumen-Rave mit tragischem Ende - 25 Jahre Loveparade" vom 30.06.2014) +++ dpa-Bildfunk +++

“Just let the people have their fun!” Our author of the Tagesspiegel district newsletter for City West would like to say that to all Berliners who are nagging about the successor to the Love Parade. Its founder DJ Dr. Motte starts Rave the Planet tomorrow, Saturday, around 2 p.m. on Kurfürstendamm near the Uhlandstrasse underground station. Then it goes over the Ku’damm and the Tauentzienstraße through Schöneberg and Mitte to the victory column at the Großer Stern in the Tiergarten.

[The Technofest is a top topic in the current Tagesspiegel newsletter for Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf. It is now available free of charge and in full length here:]

The new techno music parade has been registered as a demonstration with around 25,000 participants. Unlike the Love Parade, it is not celebrated in the media or in state politics.

Our author goes in search of traces, remembers the beginnings, asks around in his private environment and gives you many details about the festival in the current Tagesspiegel newsletter for Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf.

Our newsletter brings you, dear readers, news from the twelve districts of Berlin and has meanwhile been subscribed to more than 265,000 times throughout Berlin. With more than 35,400 subscriptions, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf is the most read of our district newsletters and will be published again this Friday, written by our City West expert Cay Dobberke.

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