Stream full-length sets from the first day of Tomorrowland 2018’s second weekend by Slushii, Hardwell, and more

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Tomorrowland commenced its final opening day of production during the 2018 festival season on July 27, and a number of electronic heavyweights joined the Boom, Belgium crowds to kick off the event’s second and final weekend of the year. Full-length live sets from Tomorrowland’s second opening day have arrived, including performances from Adam BeyerSlushii, Tiësto’s performance during the weekend’s lunar eclipse, Hardwell and more.

For fans still catching up on last weekend’s festivities, see highlight performances from Tchami x Malaa, Charlotte de Witte, Axwell ∧ Ingrosso, and more. For those ready to get into the festival’s final weekend of 2018, tune into all-day programming across four live streaming channels here.

Stream Tomorrowland weekend two, day one below:

Adam Beyer

Cosmic Gate

W&W

Tiësto

Slushii

Armin van Buuren (ASOT)

Hardwell

Andrew Rayel

Stream Tomorrowland weekend two: second day sets by Don Diablo, Alesso, Armin Van Buuren and more [Watch]

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Tomorrowland has descended upon Belgium once again, with the final weekend of the festival’s 2018 installment now underway. The festival brings thousands of festival goers from around the world, with droves of additional fans tuning in across the globe to Tomorrowland’s four-channel stream, to catch some of the biggest electronic performances of the year. From Tiësto‘s lunar eclipse soundtracking performance to Salvatore Ganacci’s …eccentric stage presence during weekend one’s live stream, this year’s edition of the festival has already proven to be a memorable one. Now, with day two underway, fans can tune in to enjoy performances from electronic heavy hitters including Afrojack, Sebastian Ingrosso, Fatboy Slim, Above & Beyond, Nervo, and Armin Van Buuren among many others. 

STREAM TOMORROWLAND WEEKEND TWO HERE

Flip between sets from a variety of acts, from Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike to Armand Van Helden. Amid this weekend’s well-rounded live stream programming, fans can also go back and revisit Tomorrowland’s weekend one highlights from Carl Cox, San Holo, Alesso and more. View Tomorrowland’s full weekend two schedule below.

[WATCH] Stream Tomorrowland 2018 Live — Day 3

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Weekend one of Belgium’s Tomorrowland is nearing its conclusion as the festival’s third day kicks into high gear. This year, ID&T, the organizing body behind the world renown dance event, has supplied Tomorrowland fans from all over the world with four streaming channels to tune into the day’s performances on. Sets from the main stage, the Anjunabeats stage, Tiësto‘s Musical Freedom stage, and The Organ of Harmony will be broadcast live to party people all over the world.

WATCH TOMORROWLAND DAY 3 STREAMS HERE

Among the performances slated for Tomorrowland’s final day, catch streamed sets from Steve Angello, Camelphat, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Solveig and more. Tune in to Tomorrowland’s streaming site for the full day of programming.

The Glitch Mob’s Ooah releases his Envision Festival set under his downtempo alias, Of Porcelain

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There are transformational music festivals, and there is Costa Rica’s Envision Festival. Held annually deep in the Latin American jungles, just off the beaches of the Pacific, the Spring time gathering boasts thought-leading workshops, world class yoga, and cutting-edge music. What better place then for a burner like Josh Mayer to pull out a rare solo performance as his downtempo alter ego, Of Porcelain.

Josh Mayer is a man of many talents. As Ooah, Mayer makes up one-third of The Glitch Mob (alongside ediT and Boreta) and one-half of PANTyRAiD (alongside Marty Party). Yet, the music from his long-dormant solo project, Of Porcelain, hadn’t seen the light of day in over four years, for which the multi-talented producer told LA Weekly, “The thing with the Of Porcelain music is that it just hits me at certain times where I have to write it.”

Nearly 10 years have passed since Of Porcelain‘s first album release. Now Mayer has broken his estrangement from his downtempo moniker with a stunning performance at Envision. The set is soothing, entrancing, and ethereal, featuring a track list from the likes of Sasha, Aphex Twin, and Christian Löffler. Additionally, Mayer includes a few of his own productions, such as his newest original track, “And Here I Am Free,” which was premiered here at DA earlier this year.

Listen to Of Porcelain’s solo performance at Costa Rica’s Envision Festival earlier this year.

Tracklist:

1. 2814 – Before The Rain
2. Brutalist – He Was A Great Man
3. Of Porcelain – And Here I Am Free
4. Of Porcelain – Shadows In The Sand
5. Schneider TM – Take Me Out Tonight
6. Lusine – Flat (Lusine Remix)
7. Of Porcelain – Awake With Your Eyes
8. Jon Hopkins – Abandon Window
9. Aphex Twin – Avril 14th (Murcof Remake)
10. edIT – Laundry
11. Of Porcelain – Light In Your Eyes
12. Halo – Green & Blue (Koan Sound remix)
13. Holographic Field – Afterglow
14. Jon Hopkins – Sun Harmonics
15. Sasha – Time After Time
16. Christian Löffler – Swim
17. Sasha – Rooms
18. Kiasmos – Swept
19. Holographic Field – Afloat
20. Kiasmos – Bent

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Relive EDC Day 2 with sets from Tiësto, Dillon Francis, Alesso, Duke Dumont and more

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EDC swept through Las Vegas this weekend bringing 136,000 fans “under the electric sky” at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for North America’s largest dance event of the year. This year’s enormous lineup, per usual, was powered by electronic music royalty, burgeoning new talents, and today’s top tastemakers, rounding out at nearly 250 artists. Among the staggering lineup of acts slated for the festival’s second day, memorable moments from the night included Tiësto and Dillon Francis‘ highly-anticipated Kinetic Field sets, Autograf‘s live performance from the Cosmic Meadow, and Alesso from the Circuit Grounds. Elsewhere, Valentino Khan, Boombox Cartel, and Snails kept the Basspod stage shaking through the night.

Relive the second day of EDC Las Vegas with full sets from Mija, Duke Dumont, Laidback Luke and Kygo here. From Louis The Child to Alan Walker, enjoy a comprehensive highlight reel of some of the weekend’s best performances.

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Listen to EDC Vegas sets from Jauz, Galantis, Armin van Buuren & more

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EDC Vegas has come to an end, but that doesn’t mean to music has to. You can now relive or experience some of the biggest sets from the festival’s first day. Whether you are in the mood for trance, trap, or progressive house, there is something for everyone. Artists featured include Jauz, Galantis, Armin van Buuren, 3LAU b2b Audien, Afrojack, and many more.

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