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Hardwell’s ‘360 Experience’ Is Coming Soon To YouTube

Hardwell’s ‘360 Experience’ Is Coming Soon To YouTube
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Ever since hitting superstardom and earning the #1 DJ title from DJ Mag twice, Hardwell’s Miami Music Week has been packed and chock-full of parties, performances, and events to get prepared for the following festival season. Aftermovies are cute and have become an expectation for the biggest of artists, but what if you could relive your favorite artists’ week in South Florida with a 360 degree view? Well, Hardwell is going to be bringing his ‘360 experience’ via YouTube soon.

Equipped with future-forward cameras, Hardwell’s adventures on the streets of Miami, at pool parites, and his Ultra Main Stage set were all documented in three dimensions. He has just released a quick trailer to give his fans a sense of how to take full advantage of the 360 capabilities. Try it out below and check back for more info on when the full Hardwell ‘360 experience’ drops.

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