Report of Tomorrowland 2015.
Our magazine visited the best dance festival in the world, Tomorrowland, in Boom on Sunday the 26th July 2015 The magical character of the festival continues to capture all imagination. This character was strongly shown with the exclusive performance of the National Orchestra Of Belgium, which brought classic versions of dance tracks on the opera stage. Tracks of Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Armin van Buuren, Avicii, David Guetta were brought on a classical way, but also the Bolero of Ravel was added to the playlist. The stage was very crowded, and especially all dance tracks were well received. The entire festival area was visited before the performance of the National Orchestra Of Belgium, and unfortunately the first raindrops fell down. It was rainy day, but that didn’t stop visitors of the festival to keep on partying.
In addition to the many international acts, it can be stated that Belgium was above. There was very good DJ set of Delafino, who chose for house music and classics such as Crystal Waters and ’Gypsy Woman’. Goldfox also created a lot of atmosphere in the Desperados club presenting acid house, tech house and Dave Lambert surprised everyone with a special dance remix of Nirvana’s ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’ on the Versuz stage. The main stage was a fairytale castle with waterfalls this year. While arriving at the mainstage it was an enjoyable moment with the Australian sisters, Nervo and afterwards Steve Angello from Sweden. Both acts opted for Edm-bombs in which Nervo had a little more vocals processed. There was also a visit to the B2B Productions stage, where Belgian goa trance specialist, Firaga, was giving all visitors a highlight. The day ended with Paul Kalkbrenner who presented a lot of new material from his forthcoming album, but heaven came very close to the opera stage when playing his hit, ‘Sky And Sand’. This created a wonderful moment resulting in a harmony with all visitors. It was a beautiful day on Tomorrowland 2015 and we are already looking forward to their after movie. (JL)