With such an incredible scenery and lovely weather, it marked the end of the Festival Season in Europe, and left all of the attendees with unforgettable memories and magical moments. More than 200 artists came together to leave a trace in the history of music inspired by the motto “Yesterday is History, Today is a Gift, Tomorrow is a Mystery“.
EDMTunes had the opportunity to be a part of this magnificent event, and, although it was a hard choice, we made a review of the best sets of the weekend, along with the amazing Q-Dance Stage Endshow on Saturday, and the emotive closure of Armin Van Buuren on Sunday. So, fear not if you could not make it, we’ve got your back on the list below.
3Axwell /\ Ingrosso
The former Swedish House Mafia members are giving us once again a very special set with classics, hits, and of course, more than we know. A light set with catchy songs that kept everybody shaking it off for a full hour.
Oliver brought us some techno beats to speed up our heart rates. With a good climax and intense rythm, he mixed Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) from the Backstreet Boys with Freed from Desire from Gala. An eclectic set with many perks.
1Above & Beyond
The British Trio gets to be at the top of the podium on this review. After 2 days of nonstop dancing at the Mainstage and hardcore trance at Q-Dance, there’s no better way to end the weekend than with tears of joy, as songs such as Blue Sky Action or Sun and Moon start to play. A real party on the dance floor of The Big Top Stage as only Jono, Paavo and Tony (absent) can throw.
If you are left asking for more, you can check out other sets at Mysteryland’s Official YouTube Channel and the official website for the festival here. 2018’s ticket sale starts in September 26th, 2017.