Rave

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Rave, rave dance or rave party is a term with first documented use April 4, 1970 [1] to describe RAVE Dances and later in 1980 for Acid House Parties with fast-paced electronic music and light shows.[2][3] At these parties people dance to dance music played by DJs and occasionally live performers. The genres of electronic dance music played include House, Trance, Electro, Hardstyle, Drum and bass, Dubstep, Drum Step, Breakbeat, and Jungle ,[3] with the accompaniment of laser light shows, projected images and artificial fog.

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