It was the final hours of Tomorrowland in Belgium and, presumably, attendees flocked the the Main Stage to wrap up the weekend as they would do at most festivals. But Tomorrowland wasn’t most festivals; the real party was taking place at Dimitri Vegas, Like Mike, and Chuckie’s imprint-clashing blowout — an over-the-top finale that featured special guests, champagne showers, and crowd surfacing to accompany the last mashups of the weekend. Similarly, America’s version of the Boom fairytale won’t be like most festivals either. TomorrowWorld will too have Belgium’s hometown heroes and the Dirty Dutch madman setting up shop on day three. With top-tier talent scheduled to take the decks from start to finish, and a celebratory finale that will replicate one of Tomorrowland’s greatest moments; there’s much to desire from the Smash The House vs Dirty Dutch stage later this month in Chattahoochee Hills.
These Belgian brothers are not only Tomorrowland’s poster boys, Boom’s hometown heroes, or the creators behind the festival’s annual anthems, but they’ve become one of the most electrifying acts in live dance music once these accolades intertwine. At Tomorrowland, their closing set from the Smash The House vs Dirty Dutch stage had Martin Garrix, Chuckie, Gregori Klosman, and more special guests joining them on stage for an interactive champagne shower marathon. They’ve already produced “Chattahoochee,” a big room ready hit named after the festival’s Georgia location, and their next big release will be “Ocarina,” the official anthem of TomorrowWorld. For more than a stage-shaking set and one of the best parties within the party, look no further than Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike’s last dance.
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike & Wolfpack – Ocarina (TomorrowWorld 2013 Anthem)
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