Hardwell’s calling it quits from touring, releases, and pretty much everything that has to do with the word “music.” No, he’s not quitting altogether; he’s taking an understandable break from all of the chaos of having the world’s eyes on him. He was transparent as could be about the break in a recent statement
“Being Hardwell 24/7 leaves too little energy, love, creativity and attention for my life as a normal person to do so,” he wrote. “This is why I have decided to clear my schedule indefinitely to be completely liberated from targets, interviews, deadlines, release dates, etc.”
“I want to come back stronger than ever,” he revealed. “But for now, I’m just going to be me for a while.”
The DJ’s final performance is scheduled for a sold-out night on October 18th at the massive Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam as part of ADE. Fans can watch a global live stream on the day to witness his hits and more for the last time. He promises to come back better than ever, but for now, it’s the under the radar lifestyle.
My all ages Symphony concert together with @MetropoleOrkest is sold out🎻
Missed out? You have a chance to unlock a golden ticket tomorrow October 10 at 12:00PM CEST via @TicketSwap ➡ https://t.co/ALHeNUQ8so pic.twitter.com/1TzQPHdDOp
— Hardwell (@HARDWELL) October 9, 2018