Charles B, a French dance music artist, threw a spectacular party over the weekend, which took place 30,000 feet in the air.
In an interview with EDM.com, the Parisian DJ revealed that his full performance, which spanned the entire flight from Paris to Malta, entertained passengers on an international flight. Charles delivered an eclectic mix of house music during his two and a half-hour set, which included everything from surefire party starters like Daft Punk’s “One More Time” to singalong cuts like David Guetta’s remix of Shouse’s “Love Tonight.”
A rapid swirl of neon lights from external machines and the glow of passengers wearing LED headwear washed over the area, enveloping it in a sea of color as the normal cabin lights were dimmed.
He claims that a total of 192 people (186 passengers, four stewards, and two pilots) were present to witness what he claims was the largest airplane party ever held at commercial airline altitude.
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