Woher die Idee kam, was das erste Motto bedeutete und was daraus wurde: Erfinder DJ Dr. Motte erzählt im Interview von der ersten Loveparade am faceyoutub.com Auch Jahre nach dem Loveparade-Unglück, bei dem 21 Menschen starben und mehr als verletzt wurden, trifft man in Duisburg noch immer auf eine. Das Unglück bei der.
LoveparadeVor zehn Jahren starben 21 Menschen auf der Loveparade • Hunderte wurden bei dem Großereignis verletzt, Tausende traumatisiert. Das Unglück bei der. Woher die Idee kam, was das erste Motto bedeutete und was daraus wurde: Erfinder DJ Dr. Motte erzählt im Interview von der ersten Loveparade am faceyoutub.com
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On 24 July , a crowd disaster at the Love Parade electronic dance music festival in Duisburg , North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, caused the deaths of 21 people from suffocation as attendees tried to escape a crowded tunnel.
The Love Parade was a free-access music festival and parade that originated in in Berlin. The parade featured stages, but also had floats with music, DJs and dancers moving through the audience.
The Love Parade in Duisburg was the first time that the festival had been held in a closed-off area. As a consequence of the disaster, the organizer of the festival announced that no further Love Parades would be held and that the festival was permanently cancelled.
On 18 April the State Supreme Court Dusseldorf stated that it would be reopening court proceedings for prosecution of 10 people involved in planning the event, accusing them of negligent homicide and mayhem.
The first hearing of the trial was held on 8 December With the slogan " The Art of Love ", the event was a prominent part of RUHR.
The festival which had previously been a parade through Berlin was in staged on the grounds of a former freight station. The confined area had a maximum capacity of , people; the average turnout of the previous years would have suggested a number of close to one million attendees for the event.
Admittance to the festival grounds was supposed to begin but was deferred until as late as CEST. In an effort to relieve overcrowding, police at the entrance began instructing new arrivals by loudspeaker to turn back.
The fatalities occurred when the ramp between tunnel underpasses and the festival area overcrowded until there was a crush.
There was some debate as to how the deaths occurred. Some reports suggested they were caused by people falling off a staircase as they tried to escape the tunnel.
Lopavent GmbH, the organiser of the Love Parade, released a film, depicting an explanation of the events. A total of 21 people died, 13 women and 8 men, aged between 18 and 38 years.
Fourteen were reported to be Germans, 7 men and 7 women. Among the seven casualties of other nationalities were two Spanish women aged 21 and 22 years, a year-old Chinese woman living in Germany,  a year-old man from the Netherlands,  a year-old woman from Italy,  a year-old woman from Bosnia-Herzegovina, and a year-old woman from Australia.
The atmosphere was explosive. Many in the crowd seemed to be intoxicated. When people started falling off the stairs and pulling others with them, it became just chaotic.
They just couldn't be stopped. It was a living hell. I will never forget the sight. There were all these twisted-up bodies of those who had been crushed.
They were lying at the tunnel exit. Their faces had all turned blue. Although Cullen did not witness the actual event, he stated: "These guys didn't have this planned out right", "They didn't have enough police at the entrances in that tunnel.
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She read out all 21 names of the victims. She wants to send a signal to survivors and victims: "We are asking for your forgiveness. Matthias Roeingh, better known by his stage name Dr.
Motte, organized the first Love Parade in Berlin in along with fellow DJs Jonzon, Westbam and Kid Paul. Roeingh said he wanted the festival to be seen as a protest for peace.
Some party-goers, followed by three cars blaring techno music, danced down Berlin's Kurfürstendamm boulevard under the banner "Peace, joy and pancakes.
It wasn't long before the Love Parade grew into one of the largest music festivals in Europe. As the number of party-goers increased, so did the number of artists and event organizers who brought their own floats, or "love mobiles," to the parade.
After almost half a million people flooded Berlin's Kurfürstendamm for the Love Parade in , it became clear that a larger venue was needed.
Juni 17th of June Street , with the Victory Column, Brandenburg Gate and Tiergarten Park providing a historic backdrop to the frenzied techno rave.
But as the festival attracted ever more revelers, it also attracted more trouble Mountains of garbage in the Tiergarten became a common sight, to the disgust of many locals.
However, because the Love Parade was still, in theory, a political festival, Berlin's state government had to bear the costs, both for security and for the mass clean-ups.
For all its controversies, the main point of criticism directed at the festival was its increasing commercialization.
Love Parade organizers made a pretty profit through licensing, advertising and merchandise sales. In , Germany's Constitutional Court revoked the Love Parade's classification as a demonstration.
The court found that the festival offered no clear political message, a requisite for any protest. Since organizers did not want to bear the security or clean-up costs, the and Love Parade festivals were cancelled.
Under the banner "The Love is back! But it would also be the last edition to take place in the German capital.
That year, Rainer Schaller, an entrepreneur who runs a chain of fitness centers, took over the company in charge of organizing the festival.
His plan was to bring the Love Parade to Germany's Ruhr area. According to the Love Parade organizers, more than a million flocked to the city of Essen for the first edition of the festival in western Germany in , while some 1.
Several people, however, have claimed that the numbers were massively inflated by organizers, likely for marketing purposes.
High on the festival's successes in Essen and Dortmund, organizers wanted to bring the Love Parade to the city of Bochum in However, city officials refused, citing security concerns.
This ultimately forced the party to be cancelled in , provoking outrage from seasoned ravers and parade-goers.
Organizers wanted to make up for the lost year by staging a massive festival in Duisburg in The festival coincided with the city's selection as a European Capital of Culture and attracted over a million visitors.
But the party ended in tragedy. Panic broke out as crowds converged in a tunnel leading to the festival grounds, resulting in the deaths of 21 people, and injuring a further The very same day as the deadly stampede, Love Parade organizers announced that there would be no further festivals.
Every year on July 24, Germany comes together to commemorate the victims of the festival tragedy. In December , more than seven years after the tragic Love Parade incident, prosecutors launched criminal proceedings against six Duisburg city employees and four festival organizers.
The trial is set to be one of Germany's largest ever court cases, with 70 lawyers involved — 32 representing defendants and 38 representing 65 joint plaintiffs, mainly relatives of the young people killed.
Hundreds of thousands of techno music fans attended the Love Parade, which ended in tragedy after panic broke out in a tunnel that served as the event's entrance.
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