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Defying the Laws of Dancing! Zero Gravity Night Club Opens Above Germany


A group of intrepid promoters called BigCityBeats decided to launch a clubbing experience literally into the clouds by holding a zero-gravity rave aboard a special aircraft above Frankfurt on Wednesday. BigCityBeats partnered with the European Space Agency, who lent the Airbus A310 Zero-G aircraft, to throw this one of a kind party. 20 lucky clubbers were selected via an online competition, and travelled from every continent to make the journey.

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