Belgian DJ Aims to Set Two World Records with “Extreme Clubbing” Event at 6,000-Meter Altitude
Belgian DJ and producer Mark Ursa is gearing up to break not just one, but two Guinness World Records with his upcoming event, Mark’s Attack: Extreme Edition, taking place in the breathtaking landscapes of Bolivia. Scheduled for November 11-14, this exclusive event promises an unprecedented “extreme clubbing” experience set against the backdrop of Bolivia’s La Paz, with attendees ascending to the remarkable altitude of 6,000 meters atop the Andes Mountains.
Ursa‘s ambitious event is targeted at achieving two distinct Guinness World Records: the “highest altitude dance party on land” and the “highest altitude DJ set on land.” The current records stand at 5,909 meters, or approximately 19,386 feet. Ursa aims to shatter these records and make history by pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the world of dance music and entertainment.
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Notably, Ursa isn’t a stranger to setting records. During the pandemic, he already made headlines by breaking the Guinness World Record for the “longest marathon DJ concert live stream,” an incredible feat achieved through a staggering 51-hour performance.
With extremely limited capacity tickets available, this remarkable event offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for attendees to witness history in the making while enjoying a unique blend of music and natural beauty. The early bird pass, priced at $1,200, includes a comprehensive package comprising hotel accommodations, access to parties, mountain climbing equipment, professional guides, and more.
As the excitement builds around Mark’s Attack: Extreme Edition, attendees can look forward to not only an unforgettable dance music experience at an unparalleled altitude but also the chance to be part of a groundbreaking achievement that will leave an indelible mark on the world of music and adventure.