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World Club Dome Korea 2017
[ Issue 156 Page 6 ] Friday, September 22, 2017, 20:40:48 Njoroge Maingi Junior Staff Reporter njoroge@kaist.ac.kr
   
Legendary party in the making

This year, for the first time in history, the world’s biggest club is coming to Asia and, more specifically, to Korea. During the weekend of September 22 to 24 at the Incheon Munhak Stadium, the World Club Dome will be happening from noon until 5 a.m. the next day for the whole three-day period. This Korean offshoot of the World Club Dome is the first to happen outside of Germany.

The idea of the event is bringing a moving club in the form of a dome with 20 different floors to party on and millions of watts of music — all accompanied by ships, helicopters, planes, and buses renovated and turned into moving parties with live DJs and music — to a city for just three days a year. In Germany, the attendance is usually around 150,000 people, so you should expect almost similar mammoth crowds in Korea.

The festival itself has various stages. There is a party on a cruise ship just off the beach that will be a 24 hour party hub. Throughout the event, there will be a total of 23 different stages including the main stage for the main acts, hardstyle stage, climbing stage, club stage, pioneer stage, chillout stage, forest stage and many more, all set up around the stadium.

This year’s lineup features EDM greats as well as upcoming DJs such as Afrojack, Armin Van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Dj Snake, Marshmello, Steve Aoki among other EDM legends. This is definitely an event any student should attend for at least one day of the festival. A three day regular pass will set you back 240,000 KRW, a VIP ticket 380,000 KRW and if you’re feeling sufficiently philanthropic, a VVIP ticket a bit over 1 million KRW. For more information, visit the website: www.worldclubdomekorea.com.

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