The Chainsmokers become the first musical artist to perform on the edge of space

TUCSON, Ariz.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–World Visionthe leading stratospheric exploration and space tourism company, today announced a collaboration with Grammy-winning duo The Chainsmokers, welcoming them on a World View space tourism flight to become the first musical artists to produce at the edge of space.

“We’ve always dreamed of going to space and we’re thrilled to partner with World View to bring this adventure and experience to life,” said The Chainsmokers. “We know the sights of Earth and space are going to be amazing and inspiring, and we hope to leverage this flight for creativity on future projects.”

With the launch of commercial space tourism flights in 2024, The Chainsmokers will be among the first explorers to experience stratospheric travel. The Chainsmokers will record a performance from inside the World View capsule, giving viewers the opportunity to experience the artists’ music and journey to the far reaches of space. Further performance and recording information will be released at a later date.

“We are incredibly thrilled to have top-selling artists, The Chainsmokers, taking this inspirational journey on one of our flights.” said Ryan Hartman, chief executive of World View. “One of our goals is to make space tourism more accessible to people from all walks of life, including artists, who we know can tell powerful stories after seeing the wonders of Earth and space. World View is proud to be the first space tourism company to offer this experience to musical artists.

World View Mission: Rediscover Earth

Unlike any other space tourism company, World View flights will be from the Seven Wonders of the World, Stratospheric Edition™, including the Grand Canyon, Great Barrier Reef, Serengeti, Northern Lights, Amazonia, Pyramids of Giza and the Great Wall of China, offering explorers the opportunity to experience natural and man-made wonders from the ground and the far reaches of space.

The flights cost $50,000 with an initial deposit of $500 to reserve a seat. Eight World View Explorers and two crew members will be transported in a zero-pressure stratospheric balloon and pressurized space capsule to 100,000 feet, nearly 23 miles into the stratosphere, for a transformative experience lasting six to eight hours. Explorers will take off before dawn to watch the sunrise over Earth, see the curvature of the planet and experience the darkness of space. They will see a world without borders, without race and will discover and fully immerse themselves in the beauty, fragility, history and importance of the areas surrounding each place and of the Earth itself.

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World View is the leading stratospheric exploration company whose mission is to inspire the global community to rediscover Earth. Through its legacy of Stratollite imagery and newly launched space tourism and exploration ventures, World View strives to achieve its ultimate goal: to honor the planet so that future generations will feel blessed to call it home. . For more information, visit

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