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VIDEO. Radio Cargo: they install their sound system on the quays and make Paris dance


For the past few months, Jérôme and Dan, creators of the Radio Cargo movement, have been mixing on the banks of the Seine, in Paris, to make the crowd dance.

The event was announced only since the day before and yet, more than 3000 people made the trip.

The Radio Cargo movement organized its fifth “open air” this Saturday, May 21.

For nearly 6 hours, several DJs followed one another to mix outdoors, on the banks of the Seine, in Paris.

The project was created by two friends: Jérôme, alias Jay, 26 years old;

and Dan, aka Danski, 24.

"In Paris today, it's impossible to party," says Jérôme.

Nothing can be done, everything is forbidden.

So we give ourselves the right, and it works.


The place, at the level of the Louis-Philippe bridge, was not chosen at random.

"It's the only place where we don't disturb the neighborhood too much because here, there are only tourists, and above all, there is no camera," he explains.

It's a good atmosphere, the police have no reason to tell us to stop.


That day, however, the municipal police came to order the music to stop.

The break will only be short-lived.

“If there is a fine, do we make a kitty Lydia?

Dan asks into the microphone.

Are you hot?


For the crowd, it's a big "yes".

Radio Cargo will continue until 8 p.m.

Next time it will be somewhere else.

Source: leparis

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