MAD CIRCUS

10th of August 2013

  • Dresscode

    Freaky!
  • Meeting Point

    Utoquai im Zürcher Seefeldquartier
  • Meeting Time

    12 o'clock (Midday)
  • No. Depart

    6
The Street Parade is still a demonstration of love, peace, freedom, generosity and tolerance. 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.

The framework conditions for the organisers, however, have been transformed – The wide range of services such as waste disposal, paramedic services and security and, as a consequence, the costs have increased in line with the number of visitors.

As it already was at the start of the new millennium, the Street Parade continues to be a leader in the area of event safety in Europe.

Despite the tough demands it has to meet, the non-profit-making Street Parade Association has succeeded in retaining the basic concept – the "soul" – of the event and of the former techno movement.

It is probably partly because of this that international star DJs still appear at the Street Parade free of charge.

Dance for Freedom

Artists

  • The Pitcher (NL)
  • G-Style Brothers (D)
  • Philippe Rochard
  • Lady Tom
  • Dark Headz
  • Miss Flower
  • Hardstyle Rockerz
  • Brainquake
  • Bäm Bäm | BBH

Trailer | Aftermovie | Impressions

Official Mad Circus Trailer

The 2.4 km long Street Parade route will be the same as in the previous year. The Street Parade will begin at 3.15 pm at Utoquai in the Zürich neighbourhood of Seefeld, from where it will head around the lakefront via Bellevue, Quaibrücke and Bürkliplatz, arriving at Hafendamm Enge at around 10 pm. The fun will continue at the after-parties at Opernhaus, Bellevue, Bürkliplatz, Rentenanstalt and Limmatquai until midnight. The entire Street Parade route can be easily reached on foot from the city centre or the central station

Official Aftermovie

The Street Parade is still a demonstration of love, peace, freedom, generosity and tolerance. 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.

Dance for Freedom!

The Pitcher at Sector-Beatz Lovemobile

Thanks to The Pitcher and Fusion Records for this video.

Philippe Rochard at Sector-Beatz Lovemobile

Thanks to Philippe Rochard for this video.

Brainquake at Sector-Beatz Lovemobile

Thanks to Brainquake for their "Crazy version of Street Parade 2013".

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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