Nottingham holds UKs first legal social distance rave
When you think of rave’s, you think of crowds of sweating people on drugs in a field or a warehouse. Well, that isn’t what happened in Nottingham, where a documentary organised the country’s first legally allowed socially distanced rave.
A forest, forty people, all in KN95 facemasks, keeping two metres apart, with the documentation to please the cops when locals called them. Everything checked out, the cops wished them well, they raved on till, err, 10pm.
I mean, this is the start of the future, even if it sounds odd.
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