Armin van Buuren has shared his full seven-and-a-half-hour set at this year's Untold Festival.
Having played a seven-hour set at last year's festival in Romania, the Dutch DJ and producer performed over 130 tracks on the Main Stage on Friday, 2nd August. Watch it in full below.
Untold celebrated its 5th anniversary this year, with performances from Don Diablo, Fedde le Grand and W&W.
Tomorrowland has shared a selection of full sets from weekend two.
Weekend one of the festival, which took place from the 25th to 28th July, featured sets from Eric Prydz, Adam Beyer, Skepta and many more.
Watch back the weekend two sets from Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox and Don Diablo below.
Revisit sets from the likes of Charlotte De Witte and Tiësto at weekend one of the festival earlier this month here.
Tomorrowland has announced the acts who will headline the second weekend of the festival.
Last weekend (18th to the 21st July) saw Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Steve Aoki, who performed as 3 Are Legend, play EDM hits spanning the years to celebrate the festival's 15th anniversary.
With Ultra Europe having taken place at its new location of Split's Park Mladeži stadium in Croatia over the weekend, Armin van Buuren has now shared video of his full set.
The headline set, which clocked in at 90 minutes, sees the DJ run through a number of his own tracks in addition to music from Blasterjaxx, Above & Beyond, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and lots more. You can watch it below.
Armin van Buuren has a dropped a new trance track for Untold Festival.
The Dutch legend, who dropped a new album under his GAIA pseudonym last month, will also play the "longest mainstage live set" in the Romanian festival's history today, even moving his own festival production from his home in the Netherlands to on-site at Untold for the weekend.
Trance figureheads Armin van Buuren and Benno de Goeij have finally released their long anticipated debut album as GAIA.
Having released numerous beloved singles in the past including 'Tuvan', 'Stellar' and 'Empire of Hearts', an LP has long been promised but was only officially announced last week on Armin’s A State Of Trance radio show.
The album, titled ‘Moons of Jupiter’, features 21 tracks, each named after one of Jupiter’s moons – apt enough.
In a recent interview with DJ Mag Armin van Buuren shared what he believes is the most important element in trance music.
Reflecting on his time as winner of DJ Mag's Top 100 polls, and the timeless appeal of trance for him as a DJ and producer, van Buuren spoke about the genre and shared that despite the decline in popularity when up against EDM or mainstream, trance will always hold a place in his heart.
The first album from Gaia, the collaborative effort of Armin van Buuren and Benno de Goeij, will land next week.
Announcing the news via his A State Of Trance podcast after teasing new material, Armin van Buuren shared the album would feature "Twenty-one brand new tracks ranging in styles from ambient, chill out, melodic techno to trance."
Armin Van Buuren and Above & Beyond will team up for a one-off party at Ibiza's Ushuaïa this summer.
On Friday 12th July the trance legends will touch down at the open air venue, with support coming from Ruben de Ronde and Estiva, who are both residents at Armin Van Buuren's Hï Ibiza residency and Armada Music affiliates.
The Night League, the team behind the Ushuaïa Ibiza events, have promised "huge anthems, many exclusives, massive pyrotechnics and a simply unbeatable atmosphere for this unmissable date for the trance master."
Armin van Buuren has teased new music under his elusive Gaia alias, something fans have been hoping would happen for some time.
The downtempo, synth-heavy sample shared on socials is backed with live footage from a full Gaia performance and the hashtag #MoonsOfJupiter. Last summer it was suggested via Twitter that an announcement about the project was coming.