On April 29, French President Emmanuel Macron said he hoped to remove most of the restrictions in the country on June 30, but the nightclub would remain closed.
Many DJs said they want the club to open again as quickly as possible, not just for their performance. Marya Stamper, better known DJ as the happy Madonna, said playing the club was not just about music after performing at Liverpool. Meet our friends, ”she said. The nightclub built up a community, she added,“ and being cut off is horrible. ”
“Not just a party,” she added, “not just a party.”
In Liverpool, the sense of community was evident at 7:30 PM when Yousef Zahar, the DJ and co-owner of Circus organizers, took the stage. For his first song, he used an emotional house song “When We Were Free”, which he did last year in the middle of his third UK premiere.
It appears to be an odd choice for the club’s comeback celebrations. But when it was over, he began playing a sample of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech. “Finally Free, Finally Free; Thank God Almighty, we are finally free, ”said Dr. King, his voice resounding throughout the warehouse.
Then, as the green lights flashed over the crowd, Zahar dropped Ultra Naté’s “Free”, a hit of the 90s, as soon as it came to the beautiful chorus – “You are free to do what you want. Done. ”The confetti cannon went off, spewing paper over the crowd. Throughout the night, they would follow the advice of the song.