On Friday - Hudson told us about Drive-In Concerts in Denmark
How about Drive-In Raves in Germany?
Via ResidentAdvisor,a Schüttorf superclub called Index has begun hosting raves in its 250-car parking lot. The first performance was headlined by hardstyle DJ Devin Wild, whose music was transmitted into car radios. Of course, it doesn’t perfectly replicate the club experience. It’s hard to dance in a car, and concert-goers will surely miss the intoxicated stranger telling everyone in line for the bathroom that they know where to find molly. But if you’re going through concert withdrawal, it certainly sounds better than nothing.