Tomorrowland 2016 is now well underway, and while a number of live sets emerged late last night, perhaps the most anticipated of them all has now been made available for your listening pleasure.
After what seemed like an endless amount of teasing and unprecedented levels of demand from fans, deadmau5 finally announced earlier this year that he and Eric Prydz would be going b2b at the Belgium-based festival. It all went down and now, we have the set for you in its entirety below.
Those in attendance have been calling it one of the best b2b sets in the history of electronic music, and after giving it a listen, it’s not hard to see why that is. Throwing in classics from both artists like “Strobe” and “Opus,” along with several IDs and a number of tracks from fellow tech and house legends, it was a glorious hour and a half of music, culminating in a set that fully lived up to the lofty expectations that fans had set.