There are a few barometers in the music industry that can be used to measure when an artist becomes a superstar – Grammy nominations and headlining slots at festivals are two of them, but one of the best meters for success is the ability to sell out arenas. In this day and age, arena tours for artists are few and far between, as very few artists are truly able to successfully sell out stadiums around the world. In dance music, these artists are even scarcer, but Hardwell has been able to show the world that he is more than just an EDM artist, rather, he’s an artist whose trying to make a difference in the world with his music and his voice.

Last December, Hardwell took over the D.Y. Patil Stadium in India, one of the largest arenas in the country, for a record-setting charity concert that looked to educate 3,000 children living in the slums of Mumbai. The concert was a resounding success, as Hardwell and his United We Are Foundation generated enough money to achieve their goal and more – enough to help 18,000 kids in Mumbai.

The official “World’s Biggest Guest List” aftermovie captures the magic inside the D.Y. Patil Stadium during the concert with a series of stunning aerial shots and interviews with Hardwell and his fans. The Dutch icon explains the events that inspired him to hold this concert and use his fame and fortune to help the world. Check out the aftermovie below.

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