Hundreds of people attend Illegal Castle Rave in Ireland

County Meath’s Skryne Castle was erected in the 12th century in Ireland. Last Sunday, the castle was converted into the location of an illegal underground rave. Hundreds of people attended the event which reportedly featured a prominent DJ who has yet to be identified.

The owner had rented his castle on AirBnb, not knowing that it would be used for such reasons. Ireland recently imposed new Covid restrictions. Police counted around 450 guests. They also found a large bar set up on the property, as well as a number of illicit drugs.

Castle owner Derek Iceton had this to stick to the question:

“I started getting calls around 9:00 pm Sunday night telling me that the roads around Skryne were inundated with taxis and people were pouring into the castle grounds. I contacted the guards before me and the assistant farm manager, Ivan Clarke, immediately went downstairs to see what was going on. To be honest my priority was to make sure our cattle, mainly horses, were safe, I assumed the guards would take care of everything else – The first thing I saw when I walked in was a number of huge nitrous oxide cans and also a massive bar that had everything from tequila to Cointreau.

Seems like a hell of a party. Watch the video below posted to the Meath Chronicle to see the evening’s Skryne carnage.

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