Hardwell to headline day 3 of World's Biggest Guestlist Festival in Mumbai in December
Two-time World No 1 DJ Hardwell will headline the 3rd day of the World’s Biggest Guestlist Festival on 3 December, in Mumbai.
Two-time World No 1 DJ Hardwell is coming to India in December, again. The famed EDM artist will headline the 3rd day of the World’s Biggest Guestlist Festival on 3 December in Mumbai.
The festival is being conducted by Guestlist4Good, an organisation which aims to empower and educate through entertainment. The festival is being held in association with the DJ's United We Are foundation, which uses the proceeds from the concerts to educate underprivileged kids.
As per the official United We Are website, over 2,50,000 fans have signed up for the concert since its announcement. Therefore, the DJ plans to make a larger difference this time, and has announced the names of the other artists who will be joining him in his cause.
"We were able to make such a huge impact for Indian children with the first United We Are event. This year, we’ve set our target even higher. Our goal is to put 100,000 underprivileged Indian children into education and help giving them a better start in life and I am honoured to be bringing my friends W&W, Kill the Buzz, Suyano and SHAAN, to help me do it. This United Are We event will be something very special and we hope that the fans will be a part of this incredible aid event to help raise awareness and funds as we aim to improve the lives of young children in the city of Mumbai," says the excited DJ.
Therefore, EDM fans can look forward to an impressive lineup at the World’s Biggest Guestlist Festival this year, too.
The Donor Passes will be issued on 30 October on bookmyshow. For all those who couldn't register during the first round, these passes can be purchased to gain entry into the arena, at the base price of Rs 500.
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