THE world's 'most remote' nightclub is set to open on one of Scotland's most beautiful islands.
The Hebridean Isle of Coll will welcome will host the venue in September.
Pop-up promotersDetour Discotheque are organising the two-night event held on September 22 and 23.
The first batch of tickets for the weekend, which is being advertised as a 'journey into the cosmos', have already sold out.
The nightclub will have space for 250 party-goers, which is more than the entire population of the island.
Bands and DJs such as Auntie Flo, Free Love, and the Cosmic Ceilidh Band will be playing at the exciting event.
Music lovers living on the mainland can take the CalMac ferry from Oban across to Coll.
The island is described as "Scotland's version of the Caribbean", with sandy beaches and turquoise water.
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.
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"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."
The Detour Disco website says: "The original 'cosmic discos' of the 70s and 80s married the deep percussion of African and Latin music with the spage-age synths of Italo Disco. 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."
Islanders will have discounted tickets available to them at community centre An Cridhe before the event takes place.
Other Scots are snapping up £95 tickets on the Detour Discotheque official site, where the first release has sold out.
The second batch will be available online in the next few weeks, and music lovers are advised to join the mailing list to be notified as soon as they go on sale.
Visitors can wild camp on the island, or for those who want a more glam substitue, yurts and bell tents will be available for hire.
In 2013 Coll became the second location in Scotland to secure 'dark skies' status, which means it has no street lights and little light pollution, allowing locals and visitors to see spectacular views of the stars and Northern Lights.
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