concrete Paris Stands Up (and Dances) against Terror
Paris’ leading underground techno club concrete are hosting a free party on Thursday (November 19) called Still Standing, Still Dancing, less than a week after terrorists killed scores of people less than a mile from their Seine riverside split-level barge.
Stressing that it’s absolutely imperative that revelers bring identity papers for the early evening event (from 7pm to 3am), concrete delivered a further message of defiance via Facebook, editing their identity to ‘religious organization’.
Closing down last weekend immediately after the attacks, the club issued a similarly poignant statement, also via Facebook.
“Against the attacks that Paris has endured and face the atrocities to which we have just seen, we are immersed in an immense sadness. Our thoughts are filled with a sentence out of proportion,” said concrete.
“The whole team of concrete address its sincere condolences, his affection and solidarity for all the relatives of the victims and wounded. Our country is in mourning. These terrible events we gotta’ respect them with a moment of contemplation and mourning. Concrete will remain closed all weekend.”