With the 2015 Full Flex Express Tour days away, headliner Skrillex announced that he would be donating equipment from the tour to raise money for schools along each stop of the tour. This will include two CDJ 2000s and one DJM 900 mixer. Equally, Bridges For Music will receive a share of the ticket sales to help build the Langa Music School in South Africa.
Skrillex and Diplo will join forces as Jack U to serve as the main headliner for the tour. Others slated to make appearances are Zeds Dead, A$AP Ferg, Tycho, Hundred Waters and b2b sets from Anna Lunoe and the quickly rising Mija. The tour starts July 8th and will run through the Canadian cities of Ottawa, Quebec City, Montreal, Toronto, Saskatoon, Calgary and Pemberton. Get your tickets now on the Full Flex Express Tour website.
For more information regarding Skrillex’s partnership with Bridges For Music, head over here.