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TomorrowWorld’s Smash The House vs Dirty Dutch extravaganza to make unruly grand finale

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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.

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Dannic

The Revealed Recordings native will find himself in the mix between electro-savvy stars of Smash The House and Dirty Dutch, infusing a progressive sound to set himself apart and amplifying his regular antics to match the energy of his counterparts. With countless hits beneath his belt in 2013, Hardwell’s understudy will unload his arsenal with tracks such as “Rocker,” “Ignite,” and “Clobber” as his weapons of TomorrowWorld destruction. The wise decision to spend your time partying at this clash of the titans exhibit comes with stellar bonuses — Dannic certainly being one of them.

Dannic – Rocker (Original Mix)

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Cazzette

Dimtri and Mike strive to smash the house, or better yet the festival, while Chuckie’s knack for filthy beats and a filthy atmosphere combine for a venue that very few artists could step up to fulfill. If there’s a duo that may very well execute the standards of partying set by the hosts, however, it’s Cazzette. Having branded their own quirky dub-house while entering the electronic community, the sounds and atmosphere that Alex and Seb have mastered come as a match made in heaven for the stage that will draw the festival’s most reckless crowd. Equipped with all three parts of their Eject album and its genre-bending hits, mashups for the likes of Jay Z and Kanye West, and their most recent remix of Katy Perry’s “Roar,” Cazzette will bring nothing less than an element of surprise to TomorrowWorld’s Smash The House vs Dirty Dutch.

Katy Perry – Roar (Cazzette Remix)

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Chuckie

The Dirty Dutch half of the Smash The House vs Dirty Dutch stage won’t allow expectation to fall short or attendees to leave TomorrowWorld yearning for me. On Sunday, after two full days of partying and the festival’s final moments on the clock, Chuckie will pull out all the stop to hold down his brand after acts such as Gregori Klosman and Betatraxx. Back at home, they call him Sir Clyde Narain, but in America he’s still known by his DJ name. But Chuckie will prove his knight-ship in Chattahoochee Hills, delivering frenetich Dutch house, mixing flawlessly between relentless beats, but at the same time abandoning fundamentals to interact with his crowd. If you desire the high-octane house that Chuckie is known to deliver, or the frequent hip-hop drops that come with the experience, find Chuckie at TomorrowWorld. But if you find yourself anywhere near the front barricade, be ready to assist him in crowd surfacing.

Chuckie – Makin’ Papers (feat. Lupe Fiasco, Too $hort, & Snow Tha Product)

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Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

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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