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Top 10 Tracks At Tomorrowland 2023

We’re still buzzing about this year’s edition of Tomorrowland in Boom, Belgium. From the whimsical castle that was the Mainstage to the innovation and creativity of the art installations and visuals to of course what we all came there for… the music.

With 300+ artists across 16 stages taking over two weekends there was something for everyone at Tomorrowland this year but what were the songs that were the most played? What tracks can we still not get out of our head? If you haven’t checked out our full review of Tomorrowland Weekend One get the full report HERE.

10) Alice Deejay – Better Off Alone
Taking us back to the 90’s to one of the songs that not only defined a generation of house music but remains a timeless classic it’s everyone’s favorite ‘Better Off Alone’. I bet the tune is stuck in your head already! This track takes us back to for a lot of us where it all began evoking memories of a simpler time while simultaneously reminding us to live in the moment.

9) Creeds – Push Up
I can’t count the number of times I heard this track at Tomorrowland with so many different artists putting their own spin on it but not going to lie, I danced my a** off every time. ‘Push Up’ by Creeds is a BANGER and is sure to get any crowd dancing no matter what stage or genre.

8) Fred Again x Swedish House Mafia – Turn on the Lights Again… (Feat. Future)
This track representing the synergy between Fred Again, Swedish House Mafia, and Future transported us to another dimension at Tomorrowland. This track is one to close your eyes to and feel the beat not through your ears but deep in your soul.

7) John Summit & Hayla – Where You Are
This collaboration between John Summit and Hayla ‘Where You Are’ encapsulated the essence of Tomorrowland reminding us that despite who you are, where you come from, what you do, we’re all united as one at Tomorrowland.

6) Calvin Harris, Ellie Gouding – Miracle
Since Ultra Music Festival we’ve been listening to ‘Miracle’ on repeat and Tomorrowland was no exception. As the enchanting melodies and ethereal vocals blasted through the speakers, we found ourselves swaying to the rhythm and for many was a reminder to keep believing in miracles.

5) David Guetta & Bebe Rexha – I’m Good (Blue)
We all know the classic 90’s hit by Eiffel 65 ‘Blue’ and of course we all know superstar DJ David Guetta and international popstar Bebe Rexha but all together with 400,000 ravers singing at Tomorrowland was really an experience.

4) Peggy Gou – (It Goes Like) Nanana
One of the hottest hits right now on social media now is ‘(It Goes Like) Nanana’ by Peggy Gou. This instant sensation was also extremely popular at Tomorrowland blending vocal hooks, deep house, and a captivating rhythm.

3) Skrillex & Boys Noize – Fine Day Anthem
The hallowing vocals of the classic song ‘Fine Day’ coupled with Skrillex and Boys Noize bass driven production took us on a euphoric journey at Tomorrowland. Whether you swayed, danced, or sung, this track electrified the crowd.

2) Mau P – Drugs from Amsterdam
This next one comes as no surprise as it is one of the hottest tunes at the moment. If you weren’t singing along to ‘Drugs from Amsterdam’ at Tomorrowland, not sure what festival you were at. This track reverberated through the audience igniting the dance floors regardless of what stage you were at!

1) Mau P – Metro (with Kevin de Vries)
Number one is ‘Metro’ by Mau P with Kevin de Vries. Coming at you like a train, ‘Metro’ is an electrifying ride that combines deep house and techno. Between the magnetic bassline and elaborate percussion, ‘Metro’ was played across many of the stages throughout Tomorrowland.

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