20th ANNIVERSARY

13th of August 2011

  • Dresscode

    red / white
  • Meeting Point

    Utoquai im Zürcher Seefeldquartier
  • Meeting Time

    1 o'clock (p.m.)
  • No. Depart

    12
Sector Beatz and FSC Records goes to StreetParade 2011. The organisers dedicated the Anniversary Street Parade to young people and at the same time increased their encouragement of young music producers and DJs. A few components of the early years were also integrated into the Birthday Parade, of course. Love Mobile no. 1 was the "Retro Mobile", which was hand-built in imitation of a 1992 truck.

It was not just the many visitors to the Street Parade that crossed the generations; young artists also appeared behind the turntables too. DJ legend Carl Cox enchanted the public at Bellevue, whilst a the same time, the 20-years younger German superstar "Boys Noize" whipped the crowd at Bürkliplatz into a frenzy. Another youngster, Avicii, captivated the crowd in the afternoon. Superstars such as Paul van Dyk, Fedde le Grand, Martin Solveig and Boy George had also come along specially for the anniversary.

The Birthday Ceremony was an emotional yet festive moment. At 7 p.m., the music on all the Love Mobiles and on the stages fell silent. Following the anniversary speech, John Lennon's "Give peace a chance" rang out. Hundreds of thousands danced peacefully in the glorious Parade weather through to the stunning finale in the form of the Anniversary Laser Show.

Tolerence and Respect

Artists

  • Partyraiser (NL)
  • Flaup (DK)
  • Philippe Rochard
  • Trance Generator (I)
  • Max B. Grant
  • Kriss-X
  • Brainquake
  • Bäm Bäm
  • Manon

MCs

  • MC Da Mouth Of Madness (NL)

Trailer | Aftermovie | Impressions

Official Trailer

The 20th Street Parade is to be held on saturday, 11th august 2012, kicking off at 1.00 pm and ending at midnight. About 100 mega- and smaller-scale parties will be held in and around Zürich over the Parade weekend, from friday evening right through to the early hours of monday morning.

Tolerence and Respect

Live Impressions

The world and the music have changed considerably since the first Street Parade in 1992. All the same, electronic music is more current than ever before. It is probably partly because of this that international star DJs still appear at the Street Parade free of charge.

Quelle Tele Züri © 2011

After Movie from Da Mouth Of Madness

Thanks to Da Mouth Of Madness for the excellent work!

Evolution Lovemobile

Do you know the Street Parade at Zürich? Did you ever seed a whole life of a Lovemobile? Now here you can see from the construction, parade and the travel back. Enjoy the movie!


Produced by Sector-Beatz and Tacklenerd

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