On September 12, over half a million college students will be competing for sensational DJ, Alan Walker, to step ground onto their college campus. Monster Energy and Up and Up Festival are partnering up once again to bring yet another EDM artist to college campuses. Four colleges in the U.S will get the chance to experience a private performance from the artist himself. A concert and night they will never forget.
Washington State University (representing the Pacific Northwest) is one of the 16 schools in the competition. Once the competition opens on September 12 at 4 pm, students will have 48 hours to pre-order tickets to the show. Students will not be charged unless they are one of the top four schools that win. The first 100 tickets per school sold are absolutely FREE. Tickets sold after the first 100 are only 20 dollars. Last year, WSU and Wake Forest won the competition and received a phenomenal show from the Take Me Home trio, Cash Cash.
Alan Walker is a Norweigan DJ who had a breakthrough in the U.S. EDM scene with his hit track Faded, followed by Alone and Tired. We caught up with Alan at Paradiso this year, you can check out the full interview HERE.
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