Tiesto wants to officiate fan wedding in Las Vegas

The DJ has asked fans to let him take part in their nuptials

Tiesto wants to officiate fan wedding in Las Vegas

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Tiesto is set to marry a pair of his fans in Las Vegas.

The DJ – who was recently named the richest DJ in the world – took to his Facebook page in order to ask his fans if any of them want him to officiate at their wedding later this month. The Dutch house titan wrote:

Hey! Which couple wants me to marry them in Las Vegas on August 17th? Are you going to be in Vegas that day? Are you ready for Tiesto to perform your marriage ceremony?!?!? Send your story to entry@inthebooth.com by August 10th and tell me why I should officiate at your wedding.


Tiesto is worth an estimated $75 million (£50 million), according to wealth calculating website Celebrity Net Worth. Tiesto topped their poll last year when he was worth an estimated $65 million (£43 million). The website claims the DJ earns an average of $250,000 (£165,000) per night and brought home more than $20 million (£13 million) last year alone.

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