Dutch DJ Oliver Heldens took to a hot air balloon last week for his “Mile High DJ Set”.
Lifted thousands of feet into the air on a hot air balloon to perform some of his future house beats, Heldens live streamed the whole set via Facebook as he was confined to a fairly minimal space during the 24-minute clip.
The small cabin of the balloon transported 6 people and managed to squeeze in space for a full CDJ setup and monitor speakers.
This does come two months after Paul Oakenfold's DJ set on Mount Everest where it was labelled as the 'highest party on earth'.
However Heldens clearly enjoyed the height and experience of the hot air balloon, he performed his hype future house set among breaktaking views and his creative venture has us asking, what will he think of next?June 05, 2017