Hardwell To Host United We Are At The World’s Biggest Guestlist Festival

Hardwell - United We Are - World's Biggest Guestlist Festival

It’s still four months away but already over 125,000 people have registered to get on Hardwell’s guestlist for United We Are at the World’s Biggest Guestlist Festival, set to take flight on December 3, 2017!

After the overwhelming success of the previous United We Are event held in December of 2015, Hardwell is gearing up for round two, and already the event has cemented itself as one of 2017’s most talked about electronic music festivals. It should come as no surprise as United We Are at the World’s Biggest Guestlist Festival serves quite the massive purpose: it is thrown with the intent to raise awareness about the challenges to basic education that the children of Mumbai, and across India in general, face on a daily basis.

Ultimately, the United We Are show will see Hardwell joined by some of his closest DJ friends in the hopes to bring positive social change in India by spreading international awareness. The 2015 edition garnered over 23 million shares across 75 countries online, hosted 80,000 lucky fans at the event, and was even recognized by the United Nations.

Joining hands with India’s United Welfare Trust and Mumbai-based non-profit organization Magic Bus, the inaugural event succeeded in providing education for over 18,000 underprivileged children living in the slums of the city in 2015. Along the journey, the World’s Biggest Guest List would capture the attention of the electronic music community across the globe, with the goal of the 2017 edition focusing on the potential for more than 100,000 young children to receive access to an adequate education, changing the lives of a generation.

In cooperation with Shailendra Singh’s GuestList4Good and Hardwell’s United We Are Foundation, Hardwell will be taking over day three of the World’s Biggest Guestlist Festival!

Hardwell will be closing out the festival on Sunday, December 3, a celebration that will include sports, live Bollywood, and even pop music. As the first and only headliner announced for the festival thus far, all 125,000 registrations are for the massively charitable Dutch DJ alone!

The incredible response for guest list access is a direct testament to the love and loyalty that the Indian fans have not only for Hardwell but for a charity that will bring positive change throughout the nation and potentially change the lives and bring new hope to students all over India. If you want to get on the guest list there is still time but you’ll have to be quick: the deadline for phase 1 registration is set to slam shut on Monday 14 August 2017, at 5 pm CET!

More information about Hardwell’s United We Are Foundation can be found by clicking here and to get on the World’s Biggest Guestlist, click here!

Speaking about the event, Hardwell said:

“It’s overwhelming to see that over 125,000 have already registered for the event in Mumbai. The WBGF really does hold the key to the future for so many young children throughout India and once again we are striving forward to achieve our goal of providing for the education of 100,000 underprivileged children through the Magic Bus programme.”

– Hardwell

Shailendra Singh, Inceptor of Guestlist4Good expressed:

“Hardwell won the love of the nation, and the world, when we educated 18,200 children through the World’s Biggest Guestlist in 2015. He has an absolutely massive heart to return to India to headline Day 3 of the festival, and educate 100,000 children. He is a firestarter, and that fact that so many fans have registered so early to get on his guestlist, is proof the love and loyalty that India has for him.” 

Shailendra Singh

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Maria first fell in love with electronic music in the early 2000's when she heard a little tune called "Satisfaction" by Benny Benassi. Since then she has dived headfirst into the scene and has become wildly passionate about the trance, techno, and tech house genres. Festival's like EDC, Dreamstate, and Dirtybird Campout hold the key to her soul and dance music will always and forever be a major part of her life.