• Terrified Los Angeles Grauman’s Chinese Theater, AMC, Regal Bans Ravers After Terrifying Electric Daisy Weekend Rave

    July 31, 2011 10:16 pm 3 comments
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  • Police hold back a crowd outside Grauman's Chinese Theater in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles Wednesday July 27, 2011 after a crowd became unruly outside the Hollywood film premiere of a documentary about the Electric Daisy Carnival rave, throwing bottles and vandalizing cars and refusing orders to disperse after they were forced to leave an overcrowded theater, authorities said. (AP Photo/Mike Cooper)

    Police hold back a crowd outside Grauman's Chinese Theater in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles Wednesday July 27, 2011 after a crowd became unruly outside the Hollywood film premiere of a documentary about the Electric Daisy Carnival rave, throwing bottles and vandalizing cars and refusing orders to disperse after they were forced to leave an overcrowded theater, authorities said. (AP Photo/Mike Cooper)

    Los Angeles (CW) -   Terrified theater owners in Los Angeles have announced a moratorium against all ravers.  Simply put, they want all ravers to get out and stay out.

    After the shocking exploits at Electric Daisy Carnival Drug Experience 2011, millions of Americans were shocked to see what the Electric Dance Movement is all about.  Little did parents know that ‘electronica music’ is not all about Japanese anime and catchy, J-pop tunes.

    Los Angeles Weekly was the first to report Friday that Regal and AMC theaters cited “the incident” in Los Angeles as grievous and destructive, scary enough to put every innocent theater goer at risk.  Both theaters had been showing the documentary “Electric Daisy Carnival Experience” before the violent ravers tormented the people of Hollywood over the weekend.

    Police in full riot gear were called Wednesday night after nearly 50,000 raver fans broke into an uncontrollable, writhing mass of wanton chaos and utter destruction.  3,000 people were arrested when the smoke settled and countless more had to be tazed or pommeled by rubber bullets.  More arrests are expected after identifications of crowd members can be made out from security video obtained from local businesses.

    Insomniac Events, which annually hosts the Electric Daisy Carnival, remained defiant and still plans to host wallside showings of the EDM documentary.

    There is still no final count of how many colleges students were violated after the course of this tragic event.

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