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World Club Dome announces the world's first zero-gravity rave

To boldly go where no DJ has been before...

World Club Dome has announced the world's first (that we know of) zero gravity rave featuring some of the world's biggest DJs.

DJs lined up for the world's first zero-gravity rave will be trance legend Armin van Buuren, cake throwing extraordinaire Steve Aoki and EDM dons W&W.

The rave will be taking place in a specially converted A310 aircraft on 7th February 2018, which World Club Dome has somehow managed to borrow from the European Space Agency.

World Club Dome has announced that they'll be giving away tickets for the first-of-its-kind rave, with just one man and one woman from each continent getting a seat on the plane.

To enter, all you have to do is to send in a 20-second video application explaining why you deserve to take part in this once-in-a-lifetime experience.

The only other stipulation is that you have post the 20-second video on your social media with the hashtag #wcdZeroGravity.

The first phase of finalists will be announced 12th January 2018, with the World Club Dome jury choosing the Top 20 people (10 male and 10 female) 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 19th January 2018.

It's not the first time that World Club Dome has come up with an innovative way to celebrate dance music in all its forms.

In 2015, WCD also announced the Club-Jet, the "highest club in the world" taking partygoers clubbing in a Boeing 747 soundtracked by some of the top DJs in the world.

For more information and to enter the World Club Dome Zero Gravity competition, head here.

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