We’re still reeling from all the phenomenal sets from this year’s edition of Tomorrowland!
Yes, it was all on the live stream, and it’s all in video. This year’s edition was far from underwhelming, and the sets that all the acts played justify that statement. From Deadmau5 vs Eric Prydz to Galantis to Coone, everyone delivered their best.
If this isn’t going to give you FOMO, we don’t know what will. Here are the best sets, all compiled right here!
The legend can still dish out sets that’ll be remembered for years and years. There’s this one point in the set where he mixed his track “Wasted” with M83’s instant classic “Midnight City” so seamlessly, it caught us off guard! Nevertheless, watch it here!
2. Deadmau5 b2b Eric Prydz
With the setup on stage that Deadmau5 shared on his Instagram and Twitter, nothing could go wrong, and nothing did. This b2b will go down in history as one of the best sets Tomorrowland has ever witnessed. For those who missed, the mau5 has planned more b2b shows in both Europe and the USA, so watch out!
3. Nicky Romero
Has there been even a single underwhelming set from Nicky Romero? We thought so too. Loaded with his own tracks, with very few additions from other artists, this was Nicky in his element, and boy did he shine on stage!
Give it up for one of the best acts in the hardstyle scene. Coone delivered a bone-crushing set at this year’s Tomorrowland, and we really hope he comes next year.
5. Axwell ^ Ingrosso
Axwell ^ Ingrosso, or 2/3rds of Swedish House Mafia, did the usual; playing some SHM tracks while adding some more tracks by friends into their set. Nevertheless, this one’s pretty upbeat, so expect nothing less from the two stalwarts.
Tomorrowland’s incomplete without some really good techno to counter all the commercial EDM stuff, so here’s Adriatique’s amazing set from this year’s edition. The crowd was really feeling the vibes with this one.
7. Armin Van Buuren
So what if the god of modern trance music is dabbling into progressive house and big room? He’s still as phenomenal as he was on the decks. Plus, Tomorrowland’s incomplete without arguably the biggest act to come out of the Netherlands.
For the ever-popular Galantis, Tomorrowland 2016 was just another milestone. They rocked the main stage with a set that drifted from hard-hitting electro house to melodies of their own tracks.
9. Pig & Dan
At the mau5trap vs Pryda stage at Tomorrowland, Pig & Dan unleashed some really ear-pleasing techno. Their productions are top notch, and their DJ sets even more so. The mau5 himself has praised their tracks on Twitter, and Deadmau5 showering praises at people is extremely rare. That’s how good they are.
10. The Chainsmokers
These guys dropped everything from Skrillex to Datsik to Lookas to Pierce Fulton, and that alone should explain how diverse their sets usually are. Don’t judge them by simply listening to #SELFIE; The Chainsmokers have much better stuff, and people are finally figuring that side of The Chainsmokers.