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John Acquaviva live at "Live On The Decks 3" Chicago. 02-26-2000.

John Acquaviva live at "Live On The Decks 3" Chicago. 02-26-2000.

About the show

Playing tracks by

Azzido da Bass, Superfunk, Ron Carroll, Full Intention, Giorgio Moroder, Wash and more.

Chart positions

This upload was 33rd in the #house music chart and 93rd in the #tech house chart.

John Acquaviva recorded live at "Live On The Decks 3" in Chicago. 02-26-2000.
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Comments

Drumaddict303909

Great tracks on John's mix though.....

Drumaddict303909

Agreed..... but It was a really cold night for people without a jacket which was like Everybody !!!! Sucky Ass Show & Definitely the Last time I went to Dolton Expo Center - they used that place way too much over the years and they also promised a Virgin Venue on the flyer that night- I remember being disappointed on the way there :(

Michael Sitarz

I was at this show. The artists were world class but the preparations by Boogie Tribe or Harvey Expo Center caused many of us to stand outside in freezing temperatures. I made it inside just before the freezing masses of kids started to try and force their way inside and seek refuge from the elements, they were met with force by security and later, the police. Half of my group never even made it inside that night, and they had tickets in hand. It made it difficult for those of us who made it in and epic night to talk about it on the way home because the others were so upset. Its incredibly sad that the thing that I remember the most about that night was the chaos that unfolded outside. Lines that literally stood still, gestapo like security with boys in one line and girls in another. Stampedes, crushes, riots should have been a real concern at Harvey Expo Center. You had kids getting flyers for that show as far away as Detroit, that I know of and if you are going to hand out 100,000 flyers you have to expect a large crowd and plan for it. In crowds, trivial events can have tragic consequences. Crowd behavior can be so distinct from individual behavior that the crowd is thought of as one thing and if the other people out there were as cold and as pissed off as I was there was going to be issues. Certain aspects when dealing with crowds both singularly and collectively, have historically exacerbated the problems inherent in mass crowd-intensive events. These areas include such aspects as physical layouts (including site, structures, and access), spectator management (including crowd organization, flow, and ingress/egress control), and public safety (including security, public health, and medical care). None of that was thought out, planned for or dealt with properly through a contingency plan. The DJ's saved the night, but the promoters, organizers and staff clearly had no clue what they were doing. But I guess it could have been worse: http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/chi-030217epitomeday1-photogallery,0,4209606.photogallery

Live Sets Chicago

Sorry guys. Had to reload the mix. I had an issue with the other one. Best!