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Our Favourite Sets From Tomorrowland 2019

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Tomorrowland 2019 Review

Tomorrowland 2019 is finally over, but what a cumulation of memories, excitement, and energy it was for those two weeks.

It wouldn’t be too far off, to label the 15th year edition of Tomorrowland as its best ever. Not only did fans witness some of the best sets this year, but the mainstage also provided a freshness not seen in the previous festival edition. Apart from EDM, genres like techno, house music, psytrance, and bass music saw representation with Charlotte De Witte, FISHER, Vini Vici and Netsky taking over the mainstage respectively.


Additionally, the 15-year Tomorrowland tribute sets were a massive throwback to the formative years of the festival, and dance music in general. With so many good sets to surf through, it wasn’t easy but we have listed our favourite mainstage sets from this year’s edition of the festival.

Armin van Buuren’s 15-Year Tomorrowland Set

He had 30 minutes, and he delivered yet again. Entrusted with the responsibility to capture 15 years of classics and memories, of the arguably the most legendary festival in the world – Tomorrowland, Armin took the stage and delivered arguably the best set of both weekends.

Alesso live at Tomorrowland 2019

Alesso’s Tomorrowland 2019 set had some epic progressive house music forming the crux of it. The most exciting part, however, is that Alesso proceeded to play an unprecedented 11 mashups in his set.

Charlotte De Witte live at Tomorrowland 2019

Charlotte de Witte’s set can be best described as a force of nature. Bringing some amazing acid techno vibes to the mainstage, she held her own, and delivered an energetic set.

Lost Frequencies live at Tomorrowland 2019

The rise with which Lost Frequencies has dominated the festival circuit in recent years has been impressive. Judging by his set last night, it is easy to see why.

David Guetta live at Tomorrowland 2019

Kick-starting proceedings with his brand new release with Morten & Aloe Blacc – Never Be Alone, he went to play quite a lot of new music. He even took the time out to premiere his remix of Avicii’s “Heaven” for the very first time.

Notable mentions go out to FISHER who brought the best of house music, Don Diablo for his set full of future bass sounds, Salvatore Ganacci’s set (for his intro) and 3 Are Legend’s closing set during weekend 2.

Which set did you like the most?

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