Underground open airs have gone into hiding. With Facebook, Twitter and Blogs being responsible for the information circulation, illegal open airs have become too big to sustain. Too many people raise suspicions among officials and police, and most of the popular spots – Hasenheide, for instance – are now watched very closely.

We really appreciate the full efforts of our beloved WeBoogie crew for providing us with the first proper makeshift-rave of the summer. They have not only found a perfectly undisturbed location but also a full line-up through the whole night to keep the people dancing. Thumbs up to Shlomp, DT64, Genys, Bass Gang and all the other kids who brought the little forest clearing to life and dance!

It was really interesting to visit an Open Air without the usual Techno crowd but instead raving to Hip Hop, Bass, Funk, Breakbeats, Future Garage Sounds and other stuff.  Right next to us, there was in fact another techno open air. The NotExactly and WeBoogie crews were working together that day, sharing logistics and planning. They even managed to bring a Function One soundsystem and cold drinks.

2 thoughts on “ [Recap] Weboogie Openair 2013 ”

  1. Supercool und irgendwie versuche ich gerad vergleichbares im Ruhrpott zu finden. Aber im Kanal und an der Ruhr springt man eher mal halblegal von Brücken in kühle Nass, grillt bis zum Erliegen oder pennt im Liegestuhl zur Mittagshitze ein bis man Mallorcabräune hat.

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