Most people dream of going to Space once in their lives. But it’s a few can achieve it. And looks like The Chainsmokers are about to make their Space dream come true in 2024. One of the most popular bands in the World, The Chainsmokers is all set to make a debut performance in Space! Yes, you heard it right. The Chainsmokers will soon be creating history by launching into space for a recorded performance in 2024. Duo Drew Taggart and Alex Pall have partnered with space tourism company World View for the performance. The band will be the first one to perform in Space and the world cannot wait to witness their iconic performance. Read on to know more about the upcoming, one-of-a-kind performance by The Chainsmokers in Space.
The Chainsmokers Partnered With World View For Their Upcoming Performance In Space
2024 is going to be an iconic year for the popular band The Chainsmokers. Duo Drew Taggart and Alex Pall are all set to write their names in history as the first band to perform in Space. However, planning such a performance wasn’t an easy task. The Chainsmokers have partnered with the space tourism company World View for their performance in 2024. During their performance, they will be put into a pressurized capsule tethered to a stratospheric balloon 20 miles above the earth.
“We have always dreamed of going to space and are stoked to collaborate with World View to have this adventure and experience. We know the views of both Earth and space are going to be incredible and inspiring. And we hope to leverage this flight for creativity on future projects.” revealed duo Drew Taggart and Alex Pall.
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World View’s Balloon Capsule Is Planned To Seat Eight Passengers
Ever wanted to attend a concert by the Chainsmokers? You might now get a chance to attend one in Space. World View’s balloon capsule is planned to seat eight passengers. So there might be room for audiences. According to a report by Associated Press, the flights will last six to 12 hours. Speaking on the same, the band took to their official Twitter to put up a funny tweet that said, ” Y’all said you wanted some space.” Well, we say, there’s no harm in manifesting about being in the audiences for The Chainsmokers’ space concert.
Y’all said you wanted some space
— THE CHAINSMOKERS (@TheChainsmokers) July 19, 2022
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