Techno Day

Techno Day is an annual celebration observed on December 9th. Let us celebrate the Techno Music aka the Detroit’s music. It is the one among the most popular form of music from across the world. Techno Music leaves the traces deep within us that touches and brings life by embracing our vibrant nature. Techno Day is celebrated to bring more people into the world of techno music and to discover this kind of music.

“I’m a big techno fan. I love that thumping kick drum. We heard a version of ‘Lost in Love’ and it was thrash metal. It sounded cool!” – Graham Russell

History of Techno Day

Techno Day was thought to be first observed since 2003. It was established by Juan Atkins and three others. The date was precisely chosen as it was the birth date of Juan Atkins, the originator who was born on December 9, 1962. He was an American musician credited as the originator of the Techno music. Juan Atkins, Derrick May, and Kevin Saunderson were called as Belleville Three. It was so since the three of them had attended their high school in Belleville, Michigan near Detroit. The Day celebrates the Techno Music which sometimes called as the Detroit’s music. It is a musical style, which reaches into your inner revelation and drags it screaming into the light.

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Other Celebrations on December 9

December 9 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate Techno Day

The best way to celebrate the Techno Day is to get out to the Techno event and dance on that floor. Learn more about the Techno music with the tutorials. You can even make your own Techno music and celebrate the Day. Enjoy singing the Techno music and dance to make the celebration even more joyful. Encourage people around you to learn this music. Share your celebrations on social media using the hashtag #TechnoDay.

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