Nicky Romero took to the main stage to deliver a set of epic proportions. The Dutch heavyweight dropped loads of stellar music coupled with a hefty ammount of new edits and unreleased ID’s. Every year, Romero brings out the guns for his Tomorrowland set. There really isn’t any other stage like it, between the insane hype and the fact that every dance music lover around the globe wants to hear the new music, main stage sets are always ones to remember.
The Protocol Recordings bossman and electro-house juggernaut kicked things off with his brand new single “Duality“. This progressive masterpiece was paired with David Guetta’s smash “Bang My Head“. Axwell & Ingrosso’s new jam “Dancing Alone” made an appearance as drums raged on and the energy level was set at maximum. Nicky’s sets are known for high octane music as well as keeping the melodic touch. More main stage anthems rang out as Garrix and Matisse & Sadko’s jewel “Forever” took flight over a starstruck crowd.
Romero didn’t spare the classics as tracks like “Kernkraft 400” and Usher’s smash “Yeah” bellowed out over the crowd. Nicky has an act for pairing melodic classics over the fiery beats of the new school. As he dropped some Fatboy Slim and DJ Khaled, things took an emotional turn as the producer/DJ played some Avicii music. This is the first edition of Tomorrowland in the wake of his passing so many tributes were bound to be made. He played “Heaven”, “I Could Be The One“, and a souped up version of “Levels“.
Relive the glory below!