For the first time in history, a party known as World Club Dome Zero Gravity will take place in an airplane (#@$!), and it will be headlined by some of the biggest DJs in the world including Armin Van Buuren, Steve Aoki and W&W.
The specially converted A310 aircraft, used by the European Space Agency (ESA) for astronaut training flights, is scheduled to take off from Frankfurt Airport on 7th February 2018 and will fly for a total of 90 minutes.
You can thank festival organiser Big City Beats for arranging this one-of-a-kind experience!
Interested to be a part of this amazing event? The only way to win a ticket on board the flight is to send a 20 second video application to the official website, explaining why you deserve to take part in one of the most exclusive, trailblazing events in electronic music history.
P/S: Only two winners (one male and one female) will be selected from each continent, including an additional two winners each from Germany and India. So yes Malaysians, you can join too! Just submit a cool ass video and pray really, really hard for your luck.
The first phase of finalists will be announced January 12, with the jury choosing the Top 20 people from each continent. The final two winners from each continent will then be decided by an online vote, combined with a jury, and will be announced on January 19.
World Club Dome is known for combining the glamour of a club with the open-air feeling of a festival. As part of its series of boundary pushing events, WCD also launched the ICE Club-Train in 2015 — a high-speed train travelling at 320km/h equipped with international DJs and partygoers.
guess who is going to world club dome 💃🏼, damn 2018 is gonna be fuckin awesome 🔥🔥🔥
— stefi ◟̽◞̽ (@edmlwt) November 21, 2017