Top Dutch DJ Marin Garrix set for War Child benefit show

Martin Garrix (Photo: Panama89/Wikimedia Commons). (Martin Garrix (Photo: Panama89/Wikimedia Commons))

Dutch DJ Martin Garrix will be giving a benefit show for charity War Child in Amsterdam's Paradiso on February 21st. All proceeds for this once-off show will go towards the organization, which helps children in conflict zones, AD reports.

The charity is "extremely proud" of this exclusive performance, director Tjipke Bergsma said, according to the newspaper. "His innovative music is universal and connects people. Music is an important part of our work because it teaches children to process their epxeriences and espress their emotions more easily. With a performance like this, we hope to be able to help many children in war zones."

"I love to work for charities, of which War Child is one", Martin Garrix, the number one DJ in the world, said. "I find it wonderful that War Child helps hundreds of thousands of children in war zones world wide and I am eager to help."

Tickets for the show, titled "Martin Garrix for War Child" will be on sale here from Friday at noon. Tickets will go for at least 50 euros each.