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Armin van Buuren, Steve Aoki & More to Headline World's First Zero Gravity Concert

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Armin Van Buuren performs during the 21st annual Electric Daisy Carnival at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on June 16, 2017 in Las Vegas.

"You want the moon?" The question was asked back in 1946 during a famous scene in the film It's a Wonderful Life​, and while nobody's been able to literally lasso the thing just yet, BigCityBeats has a plan in place that will bring a zero gravity experience to concertgoers. 

The World Club Dome in Frankfurt, Germany will be hosting the world's first zero gravity party and is recruiting some serious talent for the occasion: Armin van Burren, Steve Aoki and W&W. They will perform in a specially modified A310 aircraft for two lucky winners from each continent in the world, in addition a couple extras from Germany and India. 

This incredibly rare experience is normally reserved for astronauts-in-training with the European Space Agency. Take-off is set for February 7, 2018 from Frankfurt Airport. To enter the contest, people must apply on the World Club Dome Zero Gravity website here with a 20 second video and share it on social media. 


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