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burn Residency Announces Last Call for 2014 Competition Entries!

LONDON, March 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --

With just days to go until entry for this year's burn Residency closes, the search for the next DJ Superstar is heating up! The biggest global DJ competition offers aspiring young DJs the once in a lifetime opportunity for a summer-long residency at one of the world's hottest nightclubs and a grand 100.000 EUR prize to invest in their career. Everyone else can also join in and support their favourite contestant by listening to their mixes and voting for them online now.

APPLY HERE TO BECOME THE NEXT DJ SUPERSTAR

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This year the most voted 20% entrants from each participating country will be reviewed by a national jury of influential EDM players. The top five entrants of each country will compete in a local mix-off event for a spot at the unique bootcamp in the dance music mecca of Ibiza.

As part of the two-week long intensive burn Residency bootcamp, contestants will be given the chance to take their game to the next level through exciting challenges,  inspirational lectures and receiving money-can't-buy tuition from legendary DJs Carl Cox and Pete Tong, who will mentor them throughout. These two icons will also help to select the five best DJs from the bootcamp who will go on to be awarded summer-long residencies at world famous nightclubs such as Privilege, Sankeys, Cafe Mambo and The Zoo Project.

As if that wasn't enough, one overall winner will receive a 100.000 Euro prize to help kickstart and further advance his career in order to become the next DJ Superstar!

With the closing date for entries just around the corner, there is no time to waste! Apply now and vote for your favourite mix until March 15th!


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