One Irish company is hoping to take on, and break, a world record next month.
Spectrum Productions have built the ball, which will be displayed at the Punchestown Festival.
They are attempting to break a world record by building the biggest disco ball in the world.
Jack Quirk, director of Spectrum Productions told Moncrieff the ball was actually constructed last year.
However bad weather meant it had to stay in storage.
"The one thing that we couldn't control last year of course was the weather," he said.
"We're back - bright-eyed, bushy-tailed - and we're ready to take over the record again on the 24th of June.
"The disco ball will be inside a large circus tent, it will be displayed on the ground throughout the whole day of the festival.
"Then at 10 o'clock, we'll gather everyone together at the disco ball and we'll rise it up... to the roof of the tent and we'll spin it around and hopefully take that world record".
Mr Quirk said there are certain criteria they have to meet.
"It states 'a standard disco ball spin' - so our disco ball has to be no different," he said.
"In terms of disco balls we must be experts at this stage, so I reckon we'll get to see it right on the money".
He said they're planning to put a show on.
"We've got some manual guide ropes that we'll have people and groups spinning in rotation - they'll just give it a nice spin.
"We have over 40 lights to light it up".
Though he admits people shouldn't dance undeath it as "it's more of a display piece."
After all of the spectacle, the ball is heading around the world.
"The ball will be heading off around the world - to be confirmed - on location," Mr Quirk explained.
"It's going to make a special guest [apparence] at some major events and festivals around Europe, and hopefully further than that, this summer," he added.