One of the most important metrics when measuring the success of a world famous DJ is how he or she interacts with fans. While some stars aren’t overly interactive, there are some DJs that treat each individual fan as if they only have one. Armin Van Buuren is a prime example of this. Honourably mentioned are definitely names like Don Diablo, Hardwell, and W&W. The boss of ‘A State Of Trance’ who just recently opened a music studio in a hospital for children with cancer has now shown his generosity once again. He did so by offering his special and unique ‘Blah Blah Blah’ jacket for charity.
‘Blah Blah Blah’ itself has been one of the most played tracks this summer. Heard during Armin Van Buuren’s performance during Ultra Miami in March, the track was blasted through speakers. The jacket has been worn by Armin Van Buuren multiple times and features the special ‘Blah Blah Blah’ print on the back of the jacket. So, if you ever dreamed of owning a piece of the latest Dance Music history that was worn at festivals like Tomorrowland, then now is your chance to do so! In cooperation with UNICEF, DJ MAG is selling unique pieces by artists to the highest bidder.
As the campaign implies, all the money will go directly to UNICEF, in order to help children in danger. If you are lucky enough to be able to buy the jacket of Armin Van Buuren, you will also get 50 entries to a giveaway that includes a paid trip to the Amsterdam Music Festival during ADE in October.
However, if a jacket is not a piece you would like to buy, then don’t worry! During the coming weeks, UNICEF and DJ MAG will sell multiple unique items. A signed cap, hoodie, and shirt by Afrojack, tickets for next year’s Tomorrowland and a signed version of Hardwell’s book ‘2 years as one’, just to name a few. So, make sure to enter the bidding now!