#Dont Stop The Dance – Open Letter to the German Government

Electronic Music Scene Unites

In an open letter from the initiative Booking United, DJ’s, live acts, producers and their agents and managers – in short, music and culture creators of the electronic scene – turn to the German government. Patrons of the initiative are, among others, Sven Väth, Dr. Motte, Ellen Allien, Paul van Dyk and Mousse T.

Using the hashtag #dontstopthedance, Booking United – an initiative of about 140 agencies and over 2,500 artists from the electronic music scene – has sent an open letter to the German government. In this letter, the participants demand nothing less than the protection of the industry and support for self-employed soloists, small artists and associated trades during the Covid-19 crisis.

The letter was sent to the various ministries and also to members of parliaments from several German states on September 30.

Download (all German): Argumentation (PDF) +++ Open Letter (PDF)

Recognition for the Electronic Music Culture

It is above all about solidarity and the still outstanding recognition as an important part of German culture.

Please support this initiative by sharing this action in the social media. ❤️

Detailed info can be found here: www.booking-united.org

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