The world’s biggest club its returning to Commerzbank Arena in Frankfurt, Germany for the 7th year in a row. Hosted by Big City Beats, World Club Dome has grown to become one of the biggest events in the country. World Club Dome boasts an impressive year round itinerary and now takes place throughout Europe as well as Asia. Festivals range from summer and winter editions to hosting events on boats, planes, trains and even zero gravity! The flagship open-air event takes place at the beginning of June each year and welcomes over 160,000 people to the three-day spectacular. Featuring a large range of local and international talent across multiple genres, the world’s biggest club has something for everyone!
“It truly is the biggest club in the world!”
After successfully hosting the world’s first club in zero gravity, Big City Beats is taking World Club Dome to even greater heights in 2019. Recently announcing a year-long partnership with the European Space Agency, the collaboration will be integrated to all of the Big City Beats events throughout the year. The ‘Space Edition’ theme will debut at the flagship World Club Dome event in Frankfurt and bring together the universal natures of electronic music and space travel. World Club Dome headliners Armin van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Timmy Trumpet will be returning to the main stage after sending the world’s first message from outer space to the dance music community. Club favourites Marshmello, Lost Frequencies, Don Diablo and many more have already been announced. Along with the main stage, World Club Dome regularly hosts a range of outdoor arenas representing hardstyle, bass and more.
World Club Dome takes place at Frankfurt’s Commerzbank Arena (Mörfelder Landstraße 362, 60528 Frankfurt am Main, Germany).
The city of Frankfurt can be easily accessed by car as well as public transport. The nearest airport is Frankfurt International Airport, which is a 10 minute drive or train ride into the city centre. Domestic and international train and bus services also frequently pass through the city. Upon arrival, the quickest and easiest way to get around Frankfurt is by train or tram.
The event is hosted at Commerzbank Arena which is located less than 10 minutes away from the city centre. Visitors can easily navigate to the event by both car and public transport. VIP ticket holders are able to park in the underground garage of the stadium. Designated forest parking lots are also available for campers. Multiple parking facilities are located around the Arena, however, the easiest way to travel is by train. Direct trains from Frankfurt Central Station to Frankfurt am Main – Stadion operate regularly and take around six minutes.
The nearest hotel is Lindner Hotel & Sports Academy, a four star property located adjacent to the venue. Due to the close proximity to the city centre, Commerzbank Arena is quickly and easily accessible. Visitors often stay in the city centre, where many accomodation options ranging from budget hostels to extravagant hotels are available. A number of airbnb options are also available both in the city centre as well as within walking distance of the venue. Explore some of the cheapest accomodation options below!
Camping options are also available and you can purchase a pass together with your festival ticket, or later on as an add on. Private tents must be brought to the campsite and lockers, fixed showers and partially fixed toilets are all available on site.
There are many things to see and do throughout the city of Frankfurt. The most popular icon is ‘Römer’, the iconic 14th century town hall with medieval buildings. Directly opposite the Römer is ‘Römerberg’, a set of picturesque timber houses. A number of restaurants serving traditional local cuisines are located in and around the area.
If you’re looking for an amazing view, two popular options are available. ‘Main Tower’ is a 200m tall glass-front skyscraper which offers a panoramic view of the city. Featuring both an observation deck as well as a restaurant with city and river views, visitors can make their way to the top almost instantly, with tickets starting at 7.50 euros for adults with concession and group tickets also available. The soaring gothic structure ‘Frankfurt Cathedral’ also offers a picturesque view of the Germany city. Entry to the cathedral is free of charge, however, a 3 euro ticket and 324 stairs will take you to the 66-metre-tall observation deck in the Cathedral Tower.
The next edition of World Club Dome will take place from June 7-9, 2019.
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