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DJ Hardwell to Perform at the Bryce Jordan Center

Dutch DJ and music producer Hardwell will bring his electro house sound to the Bryce Jordan Center on Saturday, April 19 at 7 p.m. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 a.m. for $50 plus tax and fees.

Robbert van de Corput, better known as Hardwell, has been called the #1 DJ in the world for 2013 by DJ Mag. But this title was not magically bestowed upon him overnight. Hardwell earned it.

Hardwell started as a DJ when he was 14. In his beginning years, he played the local clubs in the Netherlands and was mentored by Tiestowho shares the same hometown as Hardwell. Since he became the world’s greatest DJ, Hardwell has created his own record label and became a regular at EDM festivals around the world including Tomorrowland, Ultra, and Electric Zoo. Although his music hasn’t made it on the Billboard Hot 100 here in the United States, some songs like “Spaceman,” “Apollo,” and “Dare You” soared in the European music charts.

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