To enter the contest, fans are asked to first support Bridges For Music, an organization on a mission to “create positive change in underprivileged communities in developing countries through electronic music and multimedia arts.”
Five entries are earned for every $1 donated through the contest hosted on Urgency Network. Donations of $10 to $45 are awarded additional prizes ranging from a free OWSLA mix download to a Nest music subscription and OWSLA t-shirt. Entries can also be earned by viewing videos and sharing content on social networks.
The grand prize includes two “Full Madness Comfort VIP + Dreamville” passes, roundtrip travel to and from the festival from any Continental U.S. city, and a meet and greet with OWSLA artists.
The contest is open now through Sat., Sep. 20 and fans with the highest points are tracked on a leaderboard on the contest page.
TomorrowWorld returns to Georgia’s Chattahoochee Hills outside Atlanta, this Sept. 26-28. The festival features over 150 DJs performing across seven uniquely decorated stages, including the main stage which reprises the “Arising of Life” theme first enjoyed at Belgium’s Tomorrowland in 2013.
Full event and single day tickets are still available. Onsite camping (Dreamville) is also available. When purchasing tickets, use ambassador code “EMW” to receive a free gift bag and be registered to win a free VIP upgrade. TomorrowWorld is open to ages 21+.