DJ Hardwell cancels Taipei job as bad weather condition premises flights in Phu Quoc

Hardwell, among the globe’s top EDM musicians, said sorry to followers for having to cancel his show in Taipei on Sunday after negative weather stranded him in Vietnam.
He claimed on his Instagram account which has over 4.9 million fans: “Hey there Taipei. I’m definitely ruined this has actually taken place. Been stuck at the airport given that today, yet no flights were gotten rid of to land or depart from Phu Quoc today due to heavy winds.

” Regrettably this situation is out of my control as I tried whatever to make it to the program tonight. I will make it approximately you.”

He likewise reminded ravers to contact the occasion organizers and also get a complete reimbursement.

The show was set up at the Dajia Waterfront Park.

Formerly, the Dutch DJ headlined the outside go crazy Creamfields Vietnam in Phu Quoc on December 17.

According to the Southern Hydro-meteorological Facility, the East Sea (internationally known as the South China Sea) is experiencing solid winds as a result of the result of a cool continental high-pressure front and unstable East Winds.

The weather condition compelled numerous airline companies to terminate as well as reschedule a number of trips.

All ferry and high-speed watercraft services between Phu Quoc and also the mainland were likewise put on hold due to harsh seas Sunday.

Hardwell has been crowned the globe’s leading DJ by DJ Mag twice (2013 and also 2014) as well as has actually continued to be in the Leading 50 considering that 2011. He is 43rd now.

He has a multitude of high-energy modern residence and also big-room dancing hits under his belt, consisting of “Call Me A Spaceman” and “Beauty”. The videos for these tracks have over 54 and 43 million YouTube sights.

Billboard also praised the EDM “titan” for forming contemporary dance songs with his “unique melding of emotive vocalists and compelling beats.”