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The Chainsmokers Take Over EDM.com's Snapchat To Promote Recess Tour

While traditional music festivals boast huge productions and epic atmospheres, a different type of music festival is on the rise. These festivals aim to do more than entertain. They hope to inform and inspire. One of these is really setting up to make an impact by blending music with entrepeneurship. 

You'll want to keep an eye on our SnapChat today. The Chainsmokers are taking over EDM.com's Snapchat to promote the RECESS tour... things could get silly! RECESS is a music festival that will be hitting 10 college campuses this spring. This one-of-a-kind festival is backed by self-made millionaire, venture capitalist, owner of NBA's Dallas Mavericks and Shark Tank judge Mark Cuban. 

Headlining the tour are The Chainsmokers and hip-hop artist KYLE. In addition to awesome live music, RECESS will be holding a business pitch competion, a networking event and a series of speakers. The concept of the informative fest was adapted from the previous festival Glowfest, a similar event that was created by students from Indiana University. 

Get in the festival mood with The Chainsmokers' new "Let You Go" music video, and check out the tour dates listed below. 

Tour Dates:

April 10th - Georgetown w/ The Chainsmokers & Kyle

April 17th - Sacred Heart University w/ The Chainsmokers & Kyle

April 23rd - Private Event

April 25th - Private Event

April 27th - Virginia Tech  w/ The Chainsmokers & KYLE

April 28th - Private Event

April 29th - University of Maine w/ The Chainsmokers & Kyle

April 30th - UMASS Lowell w/ The Chainsmokers & Special Guests

May 1st - University of Maryland w/ The Chainsmokers & Special Guests

May 8th - Private Event

Cover photo via musicrowgirl.com

Follow RECESS:
recess.is
facebook.com/recess.is
twitter.com/recess

Follow The Chainsmokers:
facebook.com/thechainsmokers
twitter.com/thechainsmokers 
soundcloud.com/thechainsmokers 

Tags festival kyle mark cuban Music Festival Recess shark tank the chainsmokers

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