Tomorrowland has shared a YouTube playlist featuring 67 full sets from the festival’s first outing of the year last weekend (20th - 22nd July).
Earlier in the week, the festival shared some of the weekend’s highlights in full, including sets from Carl Cox, Above & Beyond and Charlotte de Witte.
Armin van Buuren debuted a brand new track during his set at Tomorrowland last weekend.
The trance legend, who joined the likes of Carl Cox, Charlotte de Witte, Above & Beyond and many more at the festival’s first weekend of 2018 (20th to 22nd July), dropped the massive trance anthem during his epic set on Saturday.
Tomorrowland’s annual live stream has now gone live for its weekend one celebrations, with the mega festival set to stream music from Alison Wonderland, Solomun, Dua Lipa and many more.
The festival, which is based in Boom, Belgium, is set to broadcast across four channels for three consecutive days this weekend (20th to 22nd July), as well as next weekend (27th to 29th July).
Today's highlights include sets from Axwell and Fatboy Slim on the Axtone channel, plus Dua Lipa and Jonas Blue on the STMPD Records stage.
Armin van Buuren has shared online his full set from Ultra Europe, with a whole 90 minutes to watch and listen to, courtesy of the Dutch icon.
The winner of the trance category in last year’s DJ Mag Top 100 DJs headlined the Croatian festival alongside Seth Troxler, Axwell ^ Ingrosso and David Guetta, and played a set full of euphoric EDM and trance to a huge crowd.
With countless cameras across the stage and arena, the set can be enjoyed in full below.
Tomorrowland has announced its 2018 live streams, offering those without a ticket the opportunity to catch 200 artists across four channels over the two weekends.
The online broadcasts have been fixtures at the festival for several years, and as such it's unsurprising organisers have now confirmed the same for 2018's instalments.
Armin van Buuren has shared a new video for his recent collaborative single with Shapov, ‘The Last Dancer’.
The minimal, greyscale video makes for an interesting contrast to the euphoric trance banger that dropped back in March this year.
Armin’s been full of surprises this past week, having just yesterday teased new music under his Gaia alias.
Armin van Buuren has hinted that new music is coming under his elusive alias, Gaia. The Dutch megastar revealed the news in a tweet, which you can see below.
Gaia is van Buuren’s collaborative alias with Dutch producer Benno De Goeij. Armin started the moniker alone in 2000, before reviving the project with De Goeij in 2009.
The pair’s most recent release under the alias was last year’s ‘Crossfire’. It isn’t clear whether “Moons of Jupiter” is a single, EP or album.
Tomorrowland is set to live-stream sets from some of this year’s confirmed artists, including Armin van Buuren, Afrojack and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, as part of its UNITE project, a series of live-streaming events across various countries connecting with the main festival in Belgium via a satellite in real time.
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Martin Garrix played what fans believe to be an unreleased track at the beginning of his EDC Las Vegas set last weekend.
A huge crowd packed out circuitGROUNDS on the Sunday, with the intro a standout moment from the 60-minute spectacular. The core tune has apparently been tagged on set list website 1001tracklists.com as 'Bring It Down' by Dyro, but many believe the main man is also involved in the cut.