The meadows in the city park had been very crowded all day. In the evening, more and more groups of young people came along – a lot of alcohol in their luggage. With loud music and mild temperatures, they celebrated late into the night. This is also the case on the Krähenwiese, where a rave was celebrated with several hundred people. The music boomed from large boxes, and a pavilion was also set up.
Police clear the meadows
At about 1.30 a.m., however, the riot police moved in with many personnel carriers. This created an irritable mood among the celebrants. The officers cleared the meadows – bottles were occasionally thrown. One person was arrested, according to police. From about 3 a.m. it was quiet.
Also used at Mühlenkamp
There was a similar mission at Mühlenkamp in Winterhude. Around 100 people celebrated there, some of them on the street. The police also ended this party. In the Schanze and on St. Pauli, however, it was rather quiet.
Special alcohol rules in “hotspots”
A curfew from 11 p.m. has been in effect for restaurants since Friday. If the inn is located in the Schanzenviertel or certain areas of St. Pauli, alcohol may no longer be served outside on the weekend. Beer and wine are not allowed to be sold between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m. It is also not allowed to bring alcoholic beverages there during this time.
Last weekend, thousands of people gathered in the ski jump, bottles flew at officers, the police cleared the shoulder blade. Because of the summer weather, it is to be expected that the trendy districts will also be full this weekend. The police therefore emphatically appealed to all people in Hamburg to adhere to the applicable Corona rules.