Category: People

GOD IS A DJ – CONTEST

DJ Booth

Festivals are all about making dreams come true, and God created DJ Contests.

Whether you’ve wanted to see a live performance of your favorite band or you’ve always hoped to be featured on an international festival’s lineup, we strive to make good changes happen.

As ambassadors of good fortune and artistic quality, we’re hosting our second edition of the DJ Contest, as a result of which the best performance will have a guaranteed spot on the AFTERHILLS 2019 lineup. We’re more than happy to announce that this year’s selection process has left us with two finalists with great potential. We can’t wait to hear them live at the festival! 

Update:

The artists featured in the DJ contest are:

  • LAYDEE V
  • BRAD BRUNNER
  • ALEX DARK
  • EDIP
  • KEEBLE
  • OVYLAROCK

We welcome them in the #dreamers family and wish them the best of luck!

 

MUSIC FEELS LIKE HOME – BUILDING THE AFTERHILLS HOUSE

Not all superheroes wear capes. Some build houses for people in need.

This year, we’ve partnered with Casa Share, these amazing people who make the world a better place.

Music Feels Like Home

Goal: €20.000

We’re helping build a house for a family in need.

How Do We Help? A Share for Casa Share

For each share of the AFTERHILLS page post of the Facebook event, we’ll donate an amount of money for this project to turn into reality.

Stay close until we make the event public, and spread the word!

How Can You Help? Donate At The Festival

  1. You’ll recognize the CasaShare house immediately as you enter the festival.
  2. You can donate any amount of money, either through the RFID wristband or in cash.

Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Why Would You Help?

The best journeys in life are shared. You can make a tangible difference in someone’s standard of living with a minimum of effort. Most of the times, fundraisers are more effective when they appeal to a larger number of people who donate small amounts, rather than small numbers of people willing to contribute with larger amounts.

In itself, this fact makes a very important statement about how much change a small gesture can bring.