Zero gravity party-goers landed in Frankurt on Wednesday having busted a few moves aboard a plane formerly used to train astronauts. They were welcomed by Bernd Breiter, CEO of BigCityBeats, the organiser of the party.
At a press conference held shortly after landing, some of the ZERO-G partygoers recounted the thrilling experience with Californian-based producer Steve Aoki calling it “the ultimate experience,” saying “I feel like an astronaut right now.”
Jean-Francois Clervoy, a legendary CNES and ESA astronaut, who had accompanied the ultimate club-goers, described the 35-minute flight as “the first musical ZERO-G” adding, “the music is the perfect factor to unite people, whatever their origin, everybody likes music, everybody likes to have fun and share the game of dancing, listening to nice music with DJs that give the energy.”
Billed as the first of its kind, the zero-gravity nightclub aboard a modified Airbus A310 hosted 20 clubbers from all over the world. The revellers were selected via a competition online, and travelled from every continent to be there.
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