“Less is more” is not an applicable admonition when it comes to Martin Garrix releases; Garrix jointly released his latest single, “Burn Out,” with fellow collaborator Justin Mylo on September 14, and now follows the track with the third installment of the third season of The Martin Garrix Show. Episode three shifts the serial’s focus from Garrix’s live performance at Amsterdam Dance Event — as featured in episode two — to the dance music dynamo’s ensuing appearance before a crowd of 38,000 at Gelsenkitchen, Germany’s World Club Dome.
Somewhat of a visual touring diary, The Martin Garrix Show follows Garrix behind the decks to offer an intimate behind the scenes look at Garrix as he electronically engrosses Dome attendees. “I’m going to do a sit-down!” Garrix informs the camera before hopping on the mic to deliver instructions to the crowd — but the highlight of the third episode is Garrix’s exclamation that he “just turned 21!” Episode three concludes with a post set pizza party where the DJ’s closest friends serenade him, wishing the powerhouse producer a very happy 21st birthday.
Imagine a music show in outer space? Yeah, it would be rad. But you and I will most likely never live to see the day of dancing on the moon. That said, another pretty rad concept has been delivered upon and is set to take part in 2018. For the first time in history, a
The world’s first zero gravity club experience is underway, and you could actually be among the first to party in a state of total weightlessness. And who better to score the debut of such a boundary event than the likes of Steve Aoki, W&W, and Armin Van Buuren? That’s exactly what the world’s most cavalier clubgoers are in for with BigCityBeats’ latest event, World Club Dome Zero Gravity. The World Club Dome concept is responsible for some of the most unique party experiences out there, and now they’re putting on the smallest, most exclusive club event of all time in a specially converted A310 aircraft, commissioned by the European Space Agency for astronaut training flights, for a completely gravity-free party experience.
Two winners, one male and one female, from each continent will be chosen for the maiden flight, with an additional two winners from Germany and India each. The flight will be a total of 90 minutes and it will take off from Frankfurt Airport on February 7, 2018. Fans can apply to be selected by submitting a 20-second video testimonial as to why they should win access to World Club Dome Zero Gravity, and the first wave of finalists will be announced on January 12. Apply for consideration here.
Imagine a music festival in outer space? Yeah, it would be rad. But you and I will most likely never live to see the day of dancing on the moon. That said, another pretty rad concept has been delivered upon and is set to take part in 2018. For the first time in history, a