‘World’s most remote club’ coming to UK with two-day ‘cosmic’ beach rave

There are nightclubs all over the world from wild Sunny Beach to the shores of Thailand.

However, it turns out the world’s "most remote" venue is set to open right here in the UK.

The party destination is set to open in September on the Isle of Coll in the Inner Hebrides.

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Scotland's many stunning islands are known best for their wildlife, whiskey and the occasional remote pub, but now there will be a place to let loose too!

The Isle of Coll generally attracts adventure tourists looking to spot the Northern Lights or the almost empty beaches rather than 18-30s clubbers.

Although we can see how the island would attract those who love Ibiza as, though it gets less sun, the beaches are filled with white sand and crystal clear water.

Unfortunately, for ravers the Isle of Coll reaches average highs of 14C in September.

But, for those who don’t mind the cold they’ll enjoy two nights – September 22 and 23 – there will be a "journey into the cosmos" for partygoers on the island thanks to pop-up events company Detour Discoteque.

There will be space for 250 party lovers which more than doubles the population of the island which currently stands at just 220 permanent residents.

The event will host musicians such as Auntie Flo, Free Love, and the Cosmic Ceilidh Band.

The reason the gorgeous Scottish island was chosen for the party is due to its incredible dark skies which show off the Milky Way in all its glory.

The island received "dark sky status" in 2013 which means there are no street lights at night and almost no light pollution.

The Northern Lights are often visible from Autumn through Spring!

The website states: "The original 'cosmic discos' of the 70s and 80s married the deep percussion of African and Latin music with the space-age synths of Italodisco.

"The Isle of Coll is an official ‘dark-sky’ island, and the perfect location to revive the cosmic spirit at an out of this world discotheque."

Guests who want to make even more of their weekend on the Isle of Coll will also be able to book daytime activities.

Available is a selection including guided nature walks, wild swimming and a disco-themed local market with cakes, crafts, clothing and artwork.

Plus, you can head out on a sunset swim at 7.30pm to watch the skies change colour from the water.

Boozers will be able to enjoy gin tasting tours at the local distillery too!

Locals will be able to snap up tickets at a discounted price while for the rest of us the weekend will cost £95 in the second release.

To get to the island you’ll need to make your own way up to Scotland.

From there you can take a number of routes – you can book to get on a Caledonia MacBrayne ferry from Oban, Three or Barra.

The Oban ferry runs daily in summer and five times per week in winter so ensure you time it well.

You can also book to get on a scheduled flight from Oban to Coll on Hebridean Air Services, but these only occur once a week on a Wednesday.

You may also be able to get on a flight on a Saturday or Sunday with the local school kids who are returning for the weekend, but you will need to contact the airline.

Organiser Jonny Ensall told DJ Mag: "Detour Discotheque is back for another spellbinding weekend.

"The event is a wormhole that opens in unexpected places around planet Earth, and this year that cosmic phenomenon is happening on Coll – a tiny Scottish island famous for its star-filled skies.

"It’s all about community – bringing disco-lovers and Coll residents together for two nights of unabashed joy, amid plenty of stunning nature and with the Milky Way to admire above us."

In terms of accommodation you’re welcome to wild camp on the island or book yurts and bell tents.



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