BigCityBeats – European Space Agency 2019 – BigCityBeats, the company behind WORLD CLUB DOME, has announced a new collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) for 2019, combining the universal, unifying and boundless natures of electronic dance music and space travel. Last year’s mission with the ESA for World Club Dome Zero Gravity, which saw the first-ever club created in weightlessness, was so successful that the collaboration will be taken to even greater heights this coming year, with another Zero-G event planned among many more events linking dance music and space travel like never before.
The world’s first message from outer space to the electronic dance music community has been delivered by the International Space Station‘s current Commander Alexander Gerst. The commander’s message was, among others, a response to World-famous star DJs Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Steve Aoki and Timmy Trumpet who sent a greeting to the ISS, talking enthusiastically about the vision and collaboration between WORLD CLUB DOME and the European Space Agency (ESA) and their Zero Gravity mission.
The dance music community of BigCityBeats has more than half a million followers. With the World Club Dome Zero Gravity club project this year, Bernd Breiter already proved that science and entertainment can be brought together in a way that is mutually beneficial. More than a billion media impressions were generated worldwide during the 2018 Zero Gravity event where the first-ever club was built into weightlessness, which saw DJs Steve Aoki and W&W DJ in zero gravity on a specially converted A310 aircraft used to train astronauts. The Zero-G flight took parabolic maneuvers achieving more than 5 minutes of weightlessness, dropping 50 lucky people and the star DJs into a Zero-Gravity environment.
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