On Monday 25th March, World Club Dome Zero Gravity: The Platinum Edition makes its return. Ever fancied partying in a zero gravity club? Well, then this could be your chance.
In collaboration with the European Space Agency and Frankfurt Airport, space travel and electronic music are colliding in a one of a kind way. The likes of Jamiroquai’s Jay Kay, YouTube star Amanda Cerny, German Footballer Sebastien Haller and more will be onboard the Air ZeroG aircraft. Alongside global dance music stars Korea’s DJ Soda and China’s DJ Kaka. If you want to see what last years event was like, check out the video below. Trust us you’ll become jealous of all the lucky passengers very, very quickly.
The event will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing and the international star-studded line-up will be treated to special onboard events. When they take off from Frankfurt Airport the aircraft used for astronaut training and microgravity experiments will see live sets from Australian DJ Timmy Trumpet and German DJ Le Shuuk. Sebastien Haller will be involved in scoring the first penalty goal in weightlessness. The firsts just keep on coming with German chef Tim Mälzer cooking up a ‘space dressing’, we’ll be honest we wish we had a space on the flight!
The main event; The World Club Dome Space Edition will take place in Frankfurt on 7th – 9th June and will be live streamed across their social media pages. Keep up to date on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.