First message from the world transmitted from outer space to the electro-erosion community

Last year World Club Dome was associated with BigCityBeats to take party-goers on a weightless adventure with Armin van Buuren , Steve Aoki and W & W. Next year, they will literally challenge the metaphor "The Limit of Heaven" as they embark on the next frontier of partnership in dance music.

The story of dance music was only made this week and many people still do not know it. The world's first message from space to the electronic dance music community was delivered by the current commander of the International Space Station, Alexander Gerst. The commander's message was a response to the famous stars Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Steve Aoki and Timmy Trumpet, who praised the ISS and spoke enthusiastically about the vision and collaboration between WCD and the European. Space Agency (ESA) and their mission Zero Gravity.

Alexander Gerst, ESA astronaut and commander of the ISS, replies, "I am a big fan of electronic music. Welcome to all new fans of space. It's great to see space support messages from the best DJs in the world, showing us the future with a visionary spirit. Thank you very much for coming together and for organizing this inspiring event. I dream that someday, every human being can, once in his life, see our beautiful planet from space. Let's all work together to make this dream come true. "

ESA astronaut Frank de Winne (head of the ESA European Astronaut Center) said about the collaboration between the WCD and ESA: "I would like to thank all the best DJs and World Club Dome for transmitting Space's message to such a large community. Thank you very much and welcome to all the new fans of space and of course to the entire electronic music community. We see each other in the space! "

This collaboration will take place in all events BigCityBeats of 2019, including the "Space Edition" version of its flagship World Club Dome event in Frankfurt, Frankfurt, next June. . "The biggest club in the world". Previous WCD events included the "fastest club in the world", "the world's tallest club" on a Boeing 747 and many others. Fans can therefore expect huge things from this ESA collab in 2019.

"What Happens When You Combine Science and Entertainment?" Asks Bernd Breiter, CEO of BigCityBeats and Founder of WCD, who had the vision to connect the magic of space and magic dance music. "Dance music connects nations. The guiding principles of this community are freedom, love and tolerance. It is a generation of cosmopolitan people. We want to bring the fascination of space travel to a new young audience. We want to teach the science of travel in space in an easy to understand way. Together, let's look to the future, in a new dimension – what better way to do that than to combine space travel and one of the most popular music styles in the world? "

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