Earlier last month, Hardwell took over the Ziggo Dome arena in Amsterdam to celebrate the release of his debut artiste album, “United We Are“. The party, which spanned across two nights, was sold out both nights. Needless to say, #TeamHardwell was ecstatic to have been able to rave on both nights as Hardwell caused some serious damage, setting fire to the dance floor (not literally) and blowing the roof off the place (also not literally).

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And of course, that’s not all.

Source: Hardwell's Facebook page
Source: Hardwell’s Facebook page

Not only was his two-night gig livestreamed for all to see, not only was it was meant to coincide with the launch of his long awaited album, but it also came with a surprise – Hardwell officially kicked off his second world tour “I AM HARDWELL – United We Are” at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam! We know, right? What other surprises could this young DJ/producer extraordinaire possibly have left up his sleeve?

Well, what do you say to the Ziggo Dome live set? 😉

Source: Hardwell's Facebook page
Source: Hardwell’s Facebook page

This past week, Hardwell surpassed 2 million Twitter followers, demonstrating his exponentially growing fan base and his leadership in dance music culture. As such, to give thanks to his adoring fans, he has decided to release his exclusive 2-hour long set from the Ziggo Dome on YouTube for fans to watch whenever they want to.

You ready to go on an adventure? Watch:

Congratulations on the Twitter milestone, Hardwell! This can only mean bigger and better things to come 😀

For more information, visit Hardwell’s Facebook page.

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