It's hard to imagine Tomorrowland 2013 is over, but with the first two days of the festival going above & beyond all expectations, day three was no exception. Day three and everyone in Tomorrowland was still going strong. By the time the festival began on Sunday, there were already festival-attendees on the dance floor.
After the talent spanning over days one and two, day three ended with even more amazing music from many of the best in dance music. Each stage on the last day of Tomorrowland was better than the last. The stages included a Smash the House vs. Dirty Dutch stage (the name says it all!), Daily Dubstep stage, i Love the 90s stage, trance addict stage, Profound Sounds stage, Dave Clark presents stage, a minus (-) stage, and more.
The main stage hosted a number of huge dance music artists, including Zedd, Joachim Garraud (who went down to the crowd to sign autographs for fans!), Porter Robinson, Deniz Koyu, Steve Angello, Alesso, the cake-throwing king Steve Aoki, and an epic b2b2b set from David Guetta vs. Nicky Romero vs. Afrojack!
At Smash the House vs. Dirty Dutch, Moguai, Cazzette, Chuckie, Kaskade, Showtek, Nari & Milani, and more took over the decks on the floating stage. Fans could hear brand new music, and the tunes they know and love as they partied the night and day away under the stunning flowers that hung in the stage structure. Also smashing the house on stage, were Tomorrowland superstars Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.
Things got moving on the dance floor at the - (MINUS) stage with guys like Richie Hawtin, Maceo Plex, Gaiser, Matador, and more controlling the beats. Simultaneously, there were some profound sounds coming from the Profound Sounds stage, hosting Marcell Dettmann, Tale of Us, M A N I K, and a b2b set from Josh Wink vs. Davide Squillance.
Meanwhile, at the church of trance - AKA the trance addicts stage - the trance addicts came to worship. Taking over the stage was Allure, Tenishia, Indecent Noise, a b2b set from Lange vs. Andy Moor, and a b2b set from Max Graham vs. Protoculture. During Max Graham and Protoculture's b2b set, fans literally bowed down to the two on stage. The stage also hosted the legendary Paul van Dyk, who gave a stunning set, throwing in the best of trance, including some great classics.
Fans got their daily dose of dubstep at the Daily Dubstep stage from Distance, a b2b set from N-Type vs. Walsh, Icicle vs. J:Kenzo, Nicon, Dismantle, Benga, and more.
Today, there is constantly a lot of great dance music produced everyday, but fans went back in time at the i Love the 90s stage, featuring Johan Gielen, Charly Lownoise and Mental Theo, and more.
On day three, the Q-Dance stage was still pounding out those beats! The third day of Tomorrowland, the stage was taken over by Alpha2, Noisecontrollers, Wasted Penguinz, Max Enforcer, Bass Modulators, and more.
No matter what type of dance music fans were into, there was something for everyone. If there is anyting to be said about Tomorrowland, it's that if you're a fan of dance music, this is a festival that cannot be missed! It is truly amazing to see the amount of people coming together for the music, representing themselves with a multitude of flags.
Until next year ... or at least until Tomorrowworld in September ... Yesterday is history, today is a gift, and tomorrow is a mystery.
Photos by Nicole Mastrogiannis for Clear Channel