Tomorrow we embark on our journey into the darkness when Skylab: Mission Blackout blasts off at 7pm sharp! Before launch, finish you Skylab astronaut training by completing the pre-flight checklist below. This will ensure that you are completely prepared for a safe and successful journey into the blackout!
Skylab Pre-Flight Checklist:
Skylab Astronaut Training Program: Part 1
Skylab Astronaut Training Program: Part 2
If you haven't already, secure your position on the launch team by purchasing your ticket. There is always a chance tickets could sell out, so we encourage you to come to the launch pad with your ticket in hand. Will call will open at 6pm.
Purchase Tickets Online
The launch times for your sonic pilots have been revealed- study up you do not miss your must-see acts!
View The Artist Schedule
We don't want anyone to get lost in the blackout, so we have provided you with a venue map to help make navigating between the multiple stages, stars, and supernovas a little easier.
View The Venue Map
How are you getting to Skylab? Go to skylabcolorado.com and click the 'location' tab for information about the venue, public transportation, and driving directions. Please help preserve our galaxy by carpooling.
Put the final touches on your costume and prepare for blast off! If you need help putting together a costume last minute, stop by one of our official Skylab costume providers and tell them you are looking for a Skylab costume.
Don't forget we will be hosting a costume contest for your chance to win a ticket to Hallowfreaknween! Details.
Start interacting with us on Facebook, twitter, and Instagram (@GlobalDanceUS). We want to see photos of your costume, your tickets, your flight crew, you drive to the launch pad, etc. Don't forget to tag #Skylab in all your tweets and Instagram photos. We will be posting live updates, photos, and videos on Facebook, twitter, and Instagram throughout the mission.
Prepare for blastoff tonight at the official Skylab Pre-Party at Global Fridays at the Church Nightclub! Ladies 21+ are FREE all night and everyone else can get on the guest list here.
Whatever you do to prepare for Skylab: Mission Blackout, please remember to get enough rest and drink plenty of water. Take care of yourself so you can dance through another galaxy all night long!
Skylab: Mission Blackout
September 22nd, 2012
4600 Humbolt St., Denver
This event is 16 + // 21+ bars
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