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Armin van Buuren World Tour comes to Taipei

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Armin van Buuren World Tour comes to Taipei

Postby Lancelot » 09 Dec 2011, 09:31

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A legendary DJ is coming to Taipei tomorrow night. It will be a real party!

Armin van Buuren has been named No.1 DJ in the prestigious DJ MAG Top 100 poll four times in a row.
(If you don’t know much about him, check this out: http://ppt.cc/Fogp)

No matter if you’ve watched his concert DVDs, listened to his hit albums, or tuned in his djing broadcast every week.
You must go down to the dazzling show this weekend.


More information & tix info, pls visit: http://ppt.cc/nnhI





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