Croatia just got their worlds rocked!
Though the first day ended up cancelled, Ultra Europe more than made up for it with the lineup on the other two days. Deadmau5 and Hardwell really took their performances to another level closing each of their nights with a bang. Ultra also manged to squeeze in acts like Armin Van Buuren and Above & Beyond, originally scheduled for Day 1, for smaller sets much to the delight of the crowds.
Here are the most incredible sets from Ultra Europe 2016 :
Thanks to Ultra Europe’s livestream, you can see the full sets at your leisure. Just skip ahead to the specific times to witness your favourite artists in action!
Above & Beyond (02:30:00)
The English Progressive Trance group was unfortunately reduced to a short set on the second day but the crowd still got to hear some great tracks such as Hello and Blue Sky Action as part of their chilled out performance.
Armin Van Buuren (02:48:30)
Probably known as the face of Trance music worldwide and creator of the acclaimed radio show/tour A State Of Trance, Armin was only able to bring his blend of music to the stage for about half an hour due to rescheduling on the second day. He still managed created a sense of unity among the crowd with a sea of flags from so many different countries with songs like Follow Me, Another You and Ping Pong.
Dutch House/Trance duo W&W played a great set as the first day neared an end. Crowd favourites like How Deep Is Your Love, Never Forget You and Tremor were just a tiny part of the overall amped up performance they put forth.
Deadmau5 probably had one of the most memorable sets at Ultra Europe. He might be in the news more often for his wild comments than his music but there’s no denying he has some serious musical talent. Nobody else could build the atmosphere the way he did with songs like Pounds Of Other Stuff and Imaginary Friends to Snowcone and Strobe and was the perfect end to the first night.
Martin Garrix (04:47:20)
The 20 year old once again held his own against several much more seasoned artists. Tracks like Don’t Look Down, Break Through The Silence and Name Of Love proved why he was playing the biggest festivals around the world.
Hardwell had a power packed set in store for the final performance at Ultra Croatia 2016. Towards the end he even got a little playful first treating the crowd to a hardstyle track Wake Up Call and then the confusing them with the iconic Pokemon theme song.