Their underground party drew more than 100 revelers on Saturday night.
Two people suspected of having transformed a lodging into a nightclub near Toulouse were taken into custody for endangering the lives of others and the guests were fined, indicates a source close to the investigation, confirming information from La Dépêche du midi.
Disturbed by the noise and the comings and goings, residents alerted the gendarmes.
The latter intervened on Sunday around 3:30 am in the town of Burgaud, north-west of the Toulouse metropolitan area, to interrupt this evening which was in full swing in a lodge rented for the occasion, despite the curfew and the restrictions imposed by the Covid-19 epidemic.
The participants, many of whom were not wearing masks when the gendarmes arrived, came from the Occitanie region, in particular Toulouse and Montpellier, but also from the Paris region such as Issy-les-Moulineaux (Hauts-de-Seine).
The organizers charged 20 euros for parking and 30 euros for entry.
Sound equipment and mood lights had been installed.
The invitation was sent out at the last moment via the Snapchat application.
According to the latest ARS Occitanie bulletin on Friday, the epidemic situation "is deteriorating very quickly" in Occitania, with 1,827 hospitalizations in progress, including 411 in intensive care.
In Haute-Garonne, 384 people are hospitalized, including 98 in intensive care.