Tiësto closes the Horizon stage at Creamfields 2019 with stunning set
Tiësto closes down the Horizon stage at the 2019 edition of UK’s greatest festival, Creamfields in Daresbury.
Tijs Michiel Verwest, alias Tiësto, needs no introduction – he has been an integral part of forming the music industry for the past two decades, while constantly evolving and experiencing with his own style. On his list achievements, we can find numerous awards, including a Grammy nomination, performing at the opening ceremony of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games to an audience of billions, and even a wax statue at Madame Tussauds. He is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in the EDM scene, performing at the most remarkable festivals all around the world, so it is no surprise that he was given the opportunity on Sunday to close down Creamfield’s Horizon stage for the year. And he did it with style, as predicted.
Although in the meantime, Swedish House Mafia was literally taking over the Arc stage to perform probably the most anticipated act of Creamfields, Tiësto’s true fans proved how dedicated they are and filled up the huge Creamfields Horizon stage’s dancefloor to see the finale that the king of EDM has delivered. The Dutch legend got the crowd going with his absolute favorite intro ‘WOW’ followed up with supporting his buddy’s, Afrojack‘s latest club hit, ‘It Goes Like’ and continuing with absolute bangers including WILL K’s bass-heavy house ‘Peanut Butter’ that dropped at the Tomorrowland 2019 Mainstage by Tiësto himself. He also added his signature remixes and mashups to his set, but for the final song, he decided to bring back an all-time favorite – one of his trance classics, ‘Adagio For Strings’. Just imagine all the goosebumps going on when he started playing it…
Unfortunately, there is no official video out yet of the set, but you can check out the full tracklist here and to make sure you that will not miss out on next years madness, you can already sign up for Creamfields 2020 here