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NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Announces After-Hours “Techno Party”

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The next frontier for nightlife may be among the stars.

In an innovative offering that blends the allure of astronomy with the energizing pulse of electronic music, NASA’s Kennedy Space Center has taken one giant leap with its upcoming “Under the Stars” event.

“Kennedy Under the Stars” seeks to transform the space complex into an interstellar party complete with Cosmic Glow miniature golf under neon lights and interactive chalk art. Soundtracked by live DJs, this after-hours “techno party” is set to bring the cosmic wonder down to Earth, allowing guests to revel under the night sky in a setting like no other.

Planet Play at Kennedy Space Center.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Adding an otherworldly twist to nightlife, the after-hours-style event will see most of the venue’s main attractions—such as the Atlantis space shuttle and SpaceX Falcon 9 booster—continue to remain open with shorter wait times compared to regular hours.

NASA’s retired space shuttle orbiter vehicle, Atlantis.

Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex

Adding to the allure, NASA astronauts Chris Ferguson and Nicole Stott will be present, offering a rare opportunity to meet those who make space exploration possible. Space-themed costumes are encouraged, but attendees should take note that masks covering the face are prohibited.

Tickets to the February 2nd debut of “Kennedy Under the Stars” are on sale now.

Written by: 98bpm Radio

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