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Hang Out With Hardwell or Armin van Buuren Thanks To TomorrowWorld & Bridges For Music

TomorrowWorld is getting so real. Just two weeks away, and TomorrowWorld continues to give their attendees chances to have a one-of-a-kind experience at this year's festival that may be its biggest year yet. Two of its headliners, Hardwell and Armin van Buuren, have teamed up with the festival and a non-profit organization named, Bridges for Music, that gathers key players of the music industry to support its responsible development in developing countries, helping to raise global awareness about local issues through music.

For the prizes, you can choose between a Belgian feast with the most recent two-time #1 DJ in the world, Hardwell, OR a meet and greet with Armin plus a helicopter ride around the festival grounds. All you have to do to possibly win one of these is suscribe to the Bridges for Music newsletter, purchase an exclusive TomorrowWorld/Electric Family bracelet, and/or watch the TomorrowWorld trailer to enter for a certain amount of points.

It's easy as that. Enter here and tickets are still available here.

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