Rave parties banned in Tarn until June 30

Rave parties banned in Tarn until June 30
Rave parties banned in Tarn until June 30

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The Tarn prefecture prohibits undeclared festive gatherings of a musical nature throughout the department until June 30, citing risks linked to security and public health. The transport of “sound system” type sound equipment is also prohibited.

No rave parties in the Tarn. As festive gatherings of a musical nature begin to multiply in the south of the department, like every year at the same time, the prefecture has taken the lead.

Any undeclared or unauthorized gathering is prohibited until June 30, according to a prefectural decree published Thursday, May 16. The transport of “sound system” type sound equipment, intended for these gatherings, is also prohibited on all road networks in Tarn until the same date. Any violation of this decree is punishable by a fine of up to €1,500 and may result in the equipment being seized with a view to its confiscation by court decision.

The prefecture indicates that several gatherings have already taken place since the end of April in Lacabarède, Vintrou, Labruguière and Murat-sur-Vèbre, bringing together between 300 and 600 participants. Other rave parties are planned from May 18 in the south of Tarn according to information collected by the intelligence services and announcements on social networks.

This ban until June 30 aims to “prevent any risk of disturbance to public security, tranquility and health”, while the police and the Tarn firefighters are already heavily mobilized to secure the construction site. ‘A69 as well as for the various events linked to the 2024 Olympic Games.

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