A few folk from the old crews popped up around 2012-2014 to advertise various (legal) reunion events but alas, most of these got refused authorisation – then there was the shitstorm over “legal” highs from 2010 onwards (culminating in new laws against them) as well as new laws and increased enforcement against drug driving in 2015; which makes raving somewhat difficult if you don’t live in a big city..
TBH a lot of ravers are now late 30s to early 60s and busy with family commitments/responsibilities, I’m not surprised if they don’t want to openly admit to kids/grandkids what they did 20 years ago (or at least gloss over some aspects of the lifestyle).
Unfortunately also 3 of the best crews from the SE and East also had their rigs stolen over the years and that has of course fucked up the old skool ethos where everyone was to an extent trusted and invited to random places for afterparties..
I moved to Ipswich in 2006 and work in IT/network management for a health and social care company (which looks after seniors and adults with long term health conditions), so am currently busier than ever sorting out remote working facilities..
Auch wenn du am Abgrund stehst, und gar nichts mehr verstehst,
wachen Engel über dich, halten dich im Licht und lassen dich nie fallen.