morrowland 2017 has officially come to an end, and with it the summer festival season enters its ending phase. The tracks that dominated Tomorrowland are the tracks that will carry us over probably until festival season 2018 kicks in, so we decided to look at both weekends and find the biggest tracks of Tomorrowland 2017.
Check out our in depth Tomorrowland 2017 Reviews for Weekends 1 and 2.
Vini Vici & Armin – Great Spirit
This track was literally everywhere at Tomorrowland in one way or another. Quite an accomplishment to get a psytrance track into the most played of the festival.
Vini Vici x W&W – Chakra
This one was being dropped all over the place for months before it even had a name. W&W brought out Vini Vici during their Weekend 2 Main Stage set to make this track and its title official. It’s gonna rule the circuit for quite some time.
DOD – Sixes
The Chainsmokers & Coldplay – Something Just Like This
Axwell Ingrosso – More Than You Know
Axwell Ingross- How Do You Feel Right Now
Ed Sheeran – Castle On The Hill (various remixes)
Notable remixes: NWYR, Ashley Wallbridge
Diplo & AutoAerotique – Waist Time
Clean Bandit – Rockabye
Zedd – Stay
Gareth Emery – Saving Light
Garmiani – Fogo
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Gareth Emery & Standerwick – Saving Light feat. Hailene |Â Download
of us were doing the whole family routine this weekend, SoCal was in a Dreamstate as the festival touched down with its massive megastructure for two epic days of trance music. If you’re bummed out beyond belief that you couldn’t be there, fear not because some of the sets have already been posted online and more may be coming. We have explosive sets from Ben Gold, Standerwick, Gareth Emery, Jorn van Deynhoven, and even rare Dreamstate set from Andrew Rayel. There are more than enough feels to go around so check them all out below.
Jorn van Deynhoven