Irish festival, The Biggest 90’s-00’s Disco, is bidding to break two world records this June!
The Biggest 90’s-00’s Disco Festival which takes place on June 23rd-24th at Punchestown will attempt to break two world records by hanging the biggest disco ball in the world and launching the world’s biggest confetti canon.
Irish company Spectrum Productions was tasked by the event organisers to build the disco ball that is bigger than the current world record size of 10.33 metres (Bestival Festival in 2014).
The Biggest Disco team will also take on the challenge of launching 500KG of biodegradable confetti in a rainbow of colours into the crowd of disco revellers, which is set to break the world record (Bestival in 2017, 250kg of confetti).
After the huge success of the inaugural festival last year, the festival is back and bigger than ever with 20,000 disco fans set to dance across five stages in Kildare this summer.
An epic line up of 90’s and 00’s disco icons is set to perform including Peter Andre, Darude, Blue, Basshunter, DJ Sammy and many more, guaranteeing ticket holders over ten hours of nostalgic fun.
A spokesperson for the festival said “We are back and bigger than ever with two world record attempts this year. The disco ball is nearly one tonne in weight and has over 1500 mirror tiles on it. We can’t wait to see the festival filled with confetti on Saturday night when we launch hundreds of thousands of confetti pieces into the air!”
Fans can expect an immersive experience featuring flash mobs, confetti, fire, CO2 jets, drone shows, fireworks, and many more surprises as over 75 acts from the 90’s and 00’s take to the stage.
Tickets are available at www.biggestdisco.com (starting at €58.30) and with a bus schedule from all over the country to bring revellers straight to the gates it promises to be a great day and night in the summer festival diary.
Tickets are available at BiggestDisco.ie
Tickets starting at €58.30.Over 18’s only.
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Slán go fóill.