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Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike release their massive Tomorrowland MainStage set for 2015
Returning to what is not only their home country of Belgium, but a magical and musical descent back upon the town of Boom, Kings of Tomorrowland Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike once again returned to 2015’s edition to headline the Saturday of the event in an unrivalled fashion. Last years full live-set was the most viewed set of the festival with over 34 million views.
Smashing out the industry’s hottest-hitters from the excitement generated by ‘The Hum’ throughout 2015, to their smash of the Summer featuring R&B superstar Ne-Yo on ‘Higher Place’ – that was also the #1 most Shazamed track at the festival – by bringing their unique brand of high energy originals intertwined with party defining classics, it only takes a single live experience shared with the Brothers to realise the scale of magic just witnessed.
From all-new Id’s to fan-favourite set staples, blasting out their remix of Major Lazer & DJ Snake’s ‘Lean On’, as well as a mega mashup of Kygo’s huge hit ‘Firestone’ with their ‘Mammoth’ Moguai chart-topper, it’s not hard to see exactly how and why Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have one of the most explosive and captivating live shows on the planet –their exclusive Tujamo remix of ‘Higher Place’ keeping fans and followers hooked as a surprise free giveaway just days after their appearance captivated around the globe via the official event live stream.
With Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s headline set of 2015, make no mistake that you should tune in and bow down as the Kings of Tomorrowland show exactly why their worthy of their title across 60 minutes of audio carnage, at the world-renowned event that saw over 180,000 ecstatic attendees descend on the festival across its 3 main days