Ravellers have been known for the sometimes use unique and different way to hold raves.
But a gather in Slovakia saw revellers busting a move inside their own taped-off allocated spaces to ensure they were keeping a safe distance from each other.
But the strange conditions of the rave underneath a bridge do not deter the visitors from having a good time as they are seen dancing and enjoying the electronic music.
To further fight the spread of coronavirus all the ravers had to wear face masks.
The video was filmed by Tono Katrencik and has racked up more than 10million views on TikTok.
He said: ‘We decided to have a party for maximum 100 people but they must wear a face mask.
‘That’s all legal in Slovakia. These people are all my friends from my village, Oravska Lesna.’
Many commenters were enthralled by the video and praised their ‘great’ idea and coining it the ‘future’ of raving.
However others pointed out that their safety measures were not completely foolproof, pointing out that if two people are standing close to the same rape they are not standing 1.5metres apart.
Weallcampshutup also noted: ‘If one stands at a corner and the other persons stands at a corner diagnol to it they are 1 foot away or less.’