Skrillex is getting down with his charitable side for his Full Flex Express tour across Canada. The EDM megastar is teaming up with the charity organization Bridges For Music to donate two Pioneer CDJ 2000s and one DJM 900 mixer to youth music groups for every stop on the tour.

In addition, the recipients of the gear will be given small demos on how to use them, as well as an exclusive peek at what goes on backstage at a Skrillex concert during soundcheck. Skrillex is also offering up a portion of all ticket sales to Bridges For Music to help fund the construction of a music school in South Africa.

Through the Urgency Network, Bridges For Music and Skrillex are giving fans a chance to get in on the action as well. By donating to the cause of bringing music education to South Africa, fans can win awesome prizes, such as VIP tickets to a Skrillex concert in North America for two with airfare paid, a thank you video from Skrillex himself, a signed Jack Ü flexi disc, and a special Skrillex styled Electric Family bracelet, as well as other prizes.

Check them out here.

[H/T: AllAccess]

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