In the Frankfurt city centre and some outlying districts are established gardens from mid-August to large open-air-Summer, to be operated by club owners and other restaurateurs. This Local should be up to 3000 square feet in size and up to 1000 guests can take. Artists should be able to occur, and dance floors are designed. On it representatives of Frankfurt's club scene, the German Hotel and restaurant Association (Dehoga) in the state of Hesse and representatives of the city of Frankfurt have agreed. The agreement stand in a temporal and substantive connection with the riots on the Opera square in the night of the 19. July, but no immediate response, it said on Saturday.
editor in the Rhein-Main-Zeitung, responsible for the Rhine-Main-part of the Frankfurt General Sunday newspaper.F. A. Z.
The Frankfurt head of the Department for the economy and security Markus Frank (CDU), who had participated as head of the environment Department Rosemarie Holy (Green) in the conversation on Friday evening, called the agreement a sign that would give the city of the gastronomy, and especially the club scene. "We will show the industry that we love you, because you with his back to the wall," said Frank, the F. A. Z., Robert Mangold, managing Director of Tiger-palm-group and Vice-President of the Dehoga Hessen, described the forthcoming establishment of the so-called culture-summer gardens as an exemplary action that should help to give the still in Lockdown under club "a glimmer of hope".Updated Date: 26 July 2020, 23:19