Relive Hardwell’s final show at ADE
With 2 #1 DJ awards, countless #1 singles and a plethora of timeless performances on his résumé, Hardwell has performed his final show at ADE. Teaming up with the world’s leading pop and jazz orchestra; Metropole Orkest, the night proved to be a memorable one.
Entertaining fans with music across 3 decades, the Dutchman flaunted his bountiful library of music, playing everything from Run DMC to Calvin Harris, and everything in between. The first portion of the show featured timeless anthems such as ‘Sweet Dreams‘, It’s Like That’, ‘Thriller’, and ‘Rhythm Is A Dancer‘, proudly flaunting the music which helped ay out the foundations for modern music.
“Thank you guys for fulfilling my dream! Music is the most universal language 🙌 I will be back! 🎉”
Reliving the music of their youths, fans were then treated to the music of the early 2000’s, with tunes from Tiësto, David Guetta and Paul Kalkbrenner all making their way into Hardwell’s set. However, it was classics such as ‘Satisfaction’, ‘Put Your Hands Up For Detroit’ and ‘Pjanoo’ that truly struck a chord with the fans.
Speeding up to more recent times, Hardwell featured music from the likes of Avicii, Swedish House Mafia, and of course, himself. Featuring the best of Big Room and Progressive House, ‘Levels’, ‘Leave The World Behind’, and ‘Spaceman’ all tugging on the heart-strings of Hardwell’s loyal fans.
Relive the final show from Hardwell in full below and check out the full tracklist here!
Thank you guys for fulfilling my dream! Music is the most universal language 🙌 I will be back! 🎉
Posted by Hardwell on Thursday, October 18, 2018