On February 7, 2018 one of the most highly anticipated electronic music events of the year, WORLD CLUB DOME Zero Gravity, will launch from Frankfurt Airport. European Space Agency (ESA) astronauts Jean-Francois Clervoy (chairman of Novespace, a subsidiary of CNES) and Pedro Duque are joining the mission team. The project is making history by creating the world’s first club in zero gravity, dubbed “The Smallest Club in the World” and headlined by Armin van Buuren, Steve Aoki and W&W.
The concept is devised by BigCityBeats, owners of the WORLD CLUB DOME project, with the Zero Gravity event serving as a pre-party to the main 3-day WORLD CLUB DOME event in June. A ZeroG Airbus A310 (normally reserved for scientific teams and European space agencies) will be converted into a club for the pre-party.
The application deadline for competition candidates was January 20th, with the winners being announced shortly. Each continent will produce two winners, with additional winners from Germany and India.