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David Guetta finishes very first Tomorrowland Festival of southern hemisphere

David Guetta, one of the most influential names in the electronic music, put his end touch on Belgian Tomorrowland fest that for the very first time took place in Latin America. The popular French DJ rocked the Book of Wisdom main stage at the farewell gig of ultimate musical event.

With the Let’s Make History, David Guetta demonstrated his showmanship, promoting the audience to sit, get up, as well as dance in the madness after a thirty six hours of adrenaline rush. Revealing its commercial part, Tomorrowland Brazil bid adieu to a weekend which transformed the 1.2 million square meters at the Hacienda Maeda, near Sao Paolo, into a windstorm of music.

Before David hit the stage, DJ Steve Angello, the Greek-Swedish, was overrunning the place for hours in hip-hop as well as old-school classics from 70s and 80s before letting loose his ‘breakbeat’ electronic sounds which took him to stardom.

The former member of electronic dance music, Swedish House Mafia, along with Sebastian Ingrosso and DJ Axwell, introduced their music career with a Eurythmics hit ‘Sweet Dreams’ remix. 12 hours of continuous music on Sunday also picked up the Dutchman Nicky Romero, who lodged in a VIP seat along David on the final evening.

Popular for his contraband version of David’s ‘When Love Takes Over,’ Romero was skipping on his feet the whole time, taking a hop with the exuberance of a young artist who gave an unexampled performance that featured flares and also fireworks.