All of the sets from Tomorrowland's latest virtual event have now been archived online.
Full sets from the likes of Armin van Buuren, Amelie Lens, Charlotte de Witte, Afrojack, Tale Of Us, Kölsch and lots more will be available to rewatch for the next two weeks, with the total archive spanning 35 hours of music and 955 different tracks.
The two-day virtual 'Around The World' edition of the festival took place this past weekend, with large in-person events still banned in Belgium due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The in-person edition was officially cancelled last month.
The sets included 119 unreleased track IDs among the 955 different tracks that featured across everyone's sets, with SHOUSE's track 'Love Tonight' going down as the most-played tune across the weekend. More than 40 artists played in total, with the full timetable being revealed earlier this month.
Viewers in Germany, Belgium, the USA, the Netherlands and France accounted for the highest viewer share, in that order.
Speaking about her set, Charlotte de Witte said: "Doing this takes me back to what I love doing the most. And it clearly makes me look forward to doing it again with a crowd around, which is what we all want, right? I’ve played a bunch of unreleased tracks, not only from myself, but also tracks from other artists that I'm going to release on my label KNTXT."
Viewers can rewatch all the sets by getting a digital Relive pass. Find more information here.
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