Something Wicked Recap: SocialLadder Ambassadors Give Back

SocialLadder was lucky enough to be able to pair up with Disco Donnie Presents to promote this year’s Something Wicked Halloween Festival!

 

Over the past few years, Something Wicked has hosted a VERY long list of impressive headliners, including Diplo, DJ Carnage, Hardwell, Excision, DJ Snake, Steve Aoki, Borgore, Cash Cash, The Chainsmokers, 3LAU and more! With such a strong list of headliners year after year, Something Wicked has become one of the top Halloween events going on throughout the entire United States.

 

This year, Something Wicked had another awesome group of artists that played this Halloweekend – featuring Above & Beyond, Marshmello, NGHTMRE, Tiesto, Zed’s Dead, RL Grime, Elephante, Ganja White Night, Hippie Sabotage, San Holo, Tritonal and What So Not. The turnout for Something Wicked was incredible, thanks to the the stellar lineup, perfect weather, and also the efforts of the SocialLadder ambassador team!

 

Something Wicked’s ambassadors did more than just promote the show this year, however. They also helped give back to Texas by driving promotion for Something Wicked’s charity efforts, which ultimately raised more than $165,000 for charities supporting Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.

 

Donnie Estopinal – CEO of Disco Donnie Presents, the promotion company who represent Something Wicked, commented on the charitable actions: “Harvey was a devastating storm, and our hearts and minds go out to the millions affected, including the thousands of our fans in Texas along with their families…We know these charities excel at swiftly putting relief donations to work in the areas they’re needed most. It is in times of need that we discover the full impact of the electronic music fan community.”

Read more about what he had to say here.

 

Details of the donations included “significant donations” from headliners Above & Beyond, Tiesto and Marshmello, a $95,000 artist donation program to fund the Houston Food Bank, a $25,000 donation to the Salvation Army, a $15,000 donation to Houston Food Bank (from a Sept. 29th benefit concert) and a $5,000 donation to Habitat for Humanity! On top of that, Something Wicked organized a food drive at the festival gates and provided labor donations to Habitat for Humanity throughout the week of the festival.

 

If you want to become a part of the Disco Donnie Present ambassador team and take part in future events, click here: https://goo.gl/JjiWcy

 

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