New Dilli [India]July 13 (ANI): Dutch DJ and music producer Hardwell is all set to exclusively hold the Indian leg of his ‘Rebels Never Die’ world tour with a stand alone arena in New Delhi.
The famous EDM titan will host the electronic dance music festival Sunburn in India on December 11, 2022.
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Hardwell said in a statement: “India is one of my favorite countries to play in and I’m thrilled to be returning to a place that has given me so much love and appreciation for my music. I can’t wait to party with you all and showcase my new sound and show!”
In the fall of 2018, Hardwell, whose real name is Robbert van de Corput, decided to step away from the spotlight after more than a decade of his career, announcing that he would be taking a break from touring.
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The surprise announcement of his retirement from the tour shocked millions of fans around the world, wondering if they would ever see him play again.
He made his return this March after performing at the Ultra Music Festival, his first official appearance since his Ziggo Dome gig with the Metropole Orkest Symphony in October 2018. The Dutch DJ surprised the crowd with a surprise closing set on the main stage festival weekend.
Hardwell used his headlining gig at the festival to dispel any rumors of his retirement and dismiss suggestions that his passion for electronic music had waned, while also announcing a 24-date world tour in support of his 14-track solo album ‘Rebels Never Die’, released on his label Revealed Recordings.
His album tour will take him on the road throughout 2022, hitting stages across Europe, Asia, and the Americas. (NEITHER)
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