Tomorrowland Weekend 2: Sets to Look Out For

With over 600 artists performing at 14 different stages, there is plenty of music to cover across two weekends. Looking at the seemingly never-ending schedule can be daunting, but don’t worry – here are the sets you need to circle on your lineup. 

Overall Must See:

Martin Garrix – Sunday Mainstage 10:50 – 11:50 pm

Garrix has been dominating the EDM scene for the past decade. He has produced a variety of hits such as “Animals”, “Scared to Be Lonely”, and shows no signs of slowing down. Coming off a massive 2022 and a brand new Ultra Miami Set, Martin Garrix is one to watch out for at Tomorrowland. After closing out 3 weekends of Tomorrowland last year, he is set to close out both weekends in the coming weeks. With over 10 IDs premiering in the past few months, I expect to see a brand new set from him to continue his massive 2022 into 2023.


Above and Beyond – Saturday Crystal Gardens 10:00pm -12:00am

Fresh off their mesmerizing performance at Electric Daisy Carnival, Above and Beyond is a must-see for me. They have been releasing music since at least 2006 and are renowned for their emotionally charged trance anthems and uplifting music. Above and Beyond is one of the artists that got me into EDM. With that said, I hope to see them play some of their older music. They are known for letting fans “push the button” before the drop of a song, and I hope I get to be that lucky fan at Tomorrowland.

Tiesto – Friday Mainstage 10:50 – 11:50 pm

After seeing Tiesto at Breakaway Music Festival, Tiesto is one of the artists I am most excited to see. A true legend in the EDM scene, who continues to evolve and put on energetic performances. Tiesto’s versatility behind the decks is unparalleled, fusing music from all genres. I am ready for a night of non-stop dancing and euphoria as Tiesto performs at the top EDM festival in the world.

Steve Angello & Sebastian Ingrosso – Friday Mainstage 9:45 – 10:45 pm

The dynamic duo of Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso, two-thirds of the legendary Swedish House Mafia, are set to reunite for an energetic set at Tomorrowland. Individually, they have each carved out successful solo careers, but when they join forces, the magic truly happens. I hope to hear classics from both of their solo careers as well as some of the Swedish House Mafia anthems that have helped shift the edm scene from underground to mainstream.

Afrojack – Sunday The Library 9:00-10:00 pm

This 6 ft 10 in Dutch DJ and producer has established himself as one of the biggest names in the electronic dance music realm. He has maintained a spot in the top 20 of DJ Magazine’s Top 100 DJs since 2010 and almost every music festival in the world. His signature blend of pop and house music, Afrojack’s sets are a guaranteed recipe for a good time. I am hoping to see him perform his classics and hear some new energetic unreleased music out of the legend.


Matisse & Sadko – Friday Mainstage 3:30 – 4:40 pm

Hailing from Russia, this talented brother duo has been making waves in the electronic dance music scene with their unique blend of euphoric melodies. Known for progressive house anthems and their collabs with Martin Garrix, Matisse & Sadko have garnered the support of industry heavyweights. Their 2022 set was one of my favorite sets of the weekend with their wide range of music selection. I am preparing for a set filled with their classic hits such as “Into You” along with some unreleased music.

Crankdat – Saturday Youphoria 5:00 – 6:00 pm

This Ohio-born producer and DJ has been shaking up the electronic music scene for years. Blending elements of dubstep, trap, and future bass, Crankdat’s sets are known for high energy that include his massive remixes of popular tracks. He recently finished off a large headline US tour and played at Ultra Music Festival where he played in front of thousands of people. I’m excited to see some bass music on the lineup of a mainly house festival.

Mike Williams – Friday The Library 9:00-10:00 pm

Mike Williams delivers feel-good progressive house tracks that will put a smile on your face. His catchy melodies and anthemic drops have caught the attention of industry heavyweights and earned support from the biggest stages around the world. I am expecting a set filled with large energetic progressive house drops that will keep the crowd jumping and dancing.

John Newman – Friday Mainstage 7:25 – 8:25 pm

John Newman is known for his hit song “Love Me Again”. Since releasing that song, Newman has switched to making dance music and has been captivating artists across the world. His live sets incorporate live vocals and advanced mixing techniques which keeps the crowds dancing away. After listening to his Tomorrowland Winter, I am excited to see him play the mainstage at Tomorrowland.

– Dub

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