World Club Dome Zero Gravity 2019 – In what was the most spectacular festival pre-party in world history, World Club Dome Zero Gravity: The Platinum Edition was a soaring success on March 25th, 2019. With 50 VIP passengers on board from all around the globe, the event brought together people of all nations and backgrounds, who raised their country’s flags for the first time in complete weightlessness.
In collaboration with the European Space Agency (ESA) and Frankfurt Airport (Fraport), BigCityBeats was able to turn one of their wildest dreams into a reality with the second edition of World Club Dome Zero Gravity. Taking their very important passengers on a trip into another dimension, this extremely unique event took place not only as the warm up party for World Club Dome “The Space Edition” in Frankfurt this June, but also to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Celebrating “A Year In Space,” BigCityBeats hopes to heighten interest in space travel on a global scale and emphasize the undeniable connection between music, sports, fashion, film, TV, entertainment and space.
The livestream was tuned into by people from all over the globe, which further demonstrates the international feel of this incredible event, gathering people together for their shared love of music, entertainment and space. In a place where the sky is no limit, Sébastian Haller also tried his hand at DJing, as he took to the decks besides Timmy Trumpet in Le Shuuk to play a track in yet another world first.
Traditional clubbing is not an option for BigCityBeats and with World Club Dome, they continue to push the boundaries and create a once in a lifetime experience for their fans. Delivering top quality events time and time again in extraordinary locations around our universe, make sure to secure your tickets for World Club Dome “The Space Edition” June 7–9, 2019 and WCD Cruise Edition 12th–16th August, 2019.
BigCityBeats would like to thank all their partners and everyone that played a part in making WCD Zero G 2.0 a reality.
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