Hardwell closes out Lollapalooza’s third day with an electrifying performance
Hardwell has always been regarded as one of the greatest performers in the entire electronic dance music scene. The Dutch DJ undeniably has a knack of knowing which tracks are best in providing a memorable show for the crowd in front of him.
Throughout his illustrious career, Hardwell has played at some of the world’s most prominent festivals like Ultra Music Festival and Tomorrowland, has held DJ residencies at the likes of Hakkasan Nightclub in Las Vegas, and has traveled across the globe for his ‘I Am Hardwell’ and ‘United We Are’ tours.
Having such an impressive reputation over the years, the two-time #1 DJ has become one of the most demanded headliners of the industry. One particular festival he took part in recently was this year’s Lollapalooza at Chicago’s Grant Park, which celebrated its 25th anniversary this past weekend. Knowing the energy he always brings with his live sets, Hardwell truly rocked the massive sea of people at the Perry’s Stage and closed out Saturday with a bang.
Right from the get-go, Hardwell’s set sent out a massive surge of power with his “H-A-R-D-W-E-L-L 2016 Intro” and his collaboration with W&W and Lil Jon titled “Live the Night”. Hardwell also played a couple of his unreleased tracks alongside Kaaze and Quintino as well as some records from the likes of DallasK and DJ Snake.
Lastly, the Dutch superstar pleased the trap lovers by including Flosstradamus’s mighty “Prison Riot” in his set and demolished the stage with a flurry of hardstyle tracks such as his remix of The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down” and Dr. Phunk’s remixes of “Apollo” and DJ Khaled’s “All I Do is Win”. Overall, Hardwell’s performance not only consists of the tunes that we have come to love him for, but also presents a consistent flow of energy that certainly made the whole Lollapalooza crowd dance from start to finish.
You can listen to the Hardwell’s entire live set below: