You can now re-live Hardwell’s incredible journey with his “World’s Biggest Guestlist” concert in Mumbai with the release of the official aftermovie.

Hardwell World's Biggest Guestlist


Held on 13th December 2015 in one of India’s largest stadiums, the D.Y. Patil Stadium in Mumbai, Hardwell, joined by over 70,000 fans on his own personal guest list, united for an historical occasion to “make a social difference”.

The event brought awareness and change around the much-needed issue of education for young underprivileged children living in the slums of Mumbai.

Featuring highlights from Hardwell’s incredible set alongside words from United Welfare Trust founder Shailendra Singh and Anna Agency CEO Anna Knaup, the aftermovie is the perfect way to remember this landmark achievement, beautifully summarising the night with a series of incredible aerial shots, crowd testimonies and the numerous moments of spectacle.

Hardwell World's Biggest Guestlist India

Viewers of the footage also get a chance to watch Hardwell and team as they visit the slums of Mumbai; getting a chance to meet with the children whose lives the project will provide better lives for.

With over 125,000 fans registering for the opportunity to attend this historic event and to be a part of creating a brighter future for thousands of children, the concert billed as the “World’s Biggest Guestlist” sparked a revolution in live entertainment in India, as over 10 million fans tuned in via the Hotstar livestream from 75 countries around the globe – all showing support for what was a pivotal moment in contemporary dance music.

Watch the “World’s Biggest Guestlist” aftermovie in full below:


Together with charity organisation Magic Bus, this enormous charity event staged by Hardwell’s “United We Are Foundation” and raised enough money to benefit over 18,000 children living in poverty, thanks to the many contributions of the sponsors and donations from fans.

For more information, hit up Hardwell’s website or Facebook page.

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