Nicky Romero shows us a unique perspective during his TomorrowWorld set.


The much-anticipated festival of this year – TomorrowWorld – took over the United States last weekend. Apart from the festival itself, fans witnessed something they had never seen before – a live set through the eyes of the DJ!

Nicky Romero drew everyone’s attention not just with his outstanding set but by giving his fans an up-close-and-personal view of what it’s like to play at one of the world’s biggest electronic music festivals – all thanks to technology! With the help of the revolutionary Google Glass, Romero shared his performance from a first-person-perspective.

The two-and-a-half-minute footage opens with Romero’s backstage preparations and an amusing reaction by Sander van Doorn (to his appearance we assume), before he makes a grand entrance onstage with a remix of the massive hit – The Ashton Shuffle vs. Tommy Trash – Sunrise (Won’t Get Lost).

Hey Nicky, not a bad idea for an aftermovie clipping!


Although the video is a bit shaky, it would be fun to watch other DJs try this as well: