HARDWELL in Zimbabwe and South Africa

It’s unreal how lucky we are to get such fresh talent here, in Southern Africa. I don’t think anyone has a clue… Dutch rising star Hardwell will grace Harare 1 October at Axiom. Clubnight Zimbabwe. Then at H2O on 2 October at Wildwaters in Johannesburg. He warmed up for Tiesto’s world tour opening in Belgium on the 24th of September, and has a host of other credits to his career. In Ibiza he played atĀ PrivilegeĀ and Amnesia – a great way to get his music out there. I’ll never forget my experience at Amnesia this year watching Chris Lake and Deadmau5. Chris Lake’s music is still playing in my head, in my car, and on my PC, so Amnesia and Ibiza is yet another way to launch your music, which I am sure had worked. What is suprising to me is that the advertising for H2O does not mention anything about the international DJ line-up on the adverts. Such a pity when South Africans really do know all about these leaders in Dance. I remember an H2O party the other day when Chris Lake was featured, little did I know then exactly who he was! Shooo. H2O you are spoiling us!! Thank-you! Be sure to check out Hardwell’s great productions from his own record label, Revealed Recordings. Most well known to everyone, and supported by Fedde Le Grand, Roger Sanchez, Tiesto, Chuckie and more. His classic track ‘Red Carpet – Alright’ is a must purchase if you don’t already have it. https://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/release/detail/255138/alright_2010# Tracks cost about $2 on average (cheap) If you don’t know much about H2O Party, please go to their website for a taste of what paradise looks like. http://www.H2Oparty.net More to follow after my interview on Saturday!

About Andrea Steyn

Heritage & Cultural Tourism professional. Member of Startupcircles.ai. Kaizen enthusiast. Believer in change. An African girl living in Cape Town. Traveler. Couchsurfing host and group admin. Beach and sunset enthusiast.
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