In mid-March, Belgian DJ Mark Ursa traveled to Brazil following the closure of the U.S. border where he was going on tour. Upon arrival, he experienced the first symptoms of Covid19 and tested positive. Since that day, he has been in total isolation with his 3 year old daughter. In these dark times, he decided to do something dazzling and unusual, break a world record.
At the age of 51, he decided to break this record to raise funds for Unicef, but also for a personal project whose name says it all "50 is the new 30".
Stuck in Brazil after having tested positive at Covid, he decided to break this record in Salvador (Bahia, Brazil) in the Clubbing TV studios. The whole set was broadcasted on Clubbing TV's Facebook, Twitch and Youtube platforms, and on his personal Facebook page. In order to support the fundraising project for Unicef, many international artists participated in virtual interviews with the artist.
A few years ago, at Club Kadoc (Portugal), he broke the world record OF the longest Foam Party (24 hours).