Get Ready for the Lunacy as Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike bring the Biggest LED Production Show in the World with their new “Bringing The Madness” Antwerp Arena shows
International superstars Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have earned themselves something of a solid reputation for throwing some of the biggest parties found in the years clubbing calendar. Whether it’s in Ibiza with their House of Madness residency or their mainstage closing set at Tomorrowland, fans the world over come to witness the Belgian brothers jaw dropping performances. And one of their parties that has cultivated an army of passionate followers is their annual end of year extravaganza – Bringing The Madness! Spread across 4 dates and housed at the Sportpaleis Antwerp, this year’s homecoming show saw an incredible 80,000 fans join the brothers for arguably the biggest and most insane party of the year. Now you can relive the occasion in full HD as the duo release the official Bringing The Madness liveset online.
Year-on-year tickets for the now-legendary homecoming event have been flown out at a rapid rate with this previous show seeing a whopping 60,000 tickets snapped up in under 60 minutes; encouraging the brothers to add another weekend to the schedule. With only the likes of U2, Madonna, Coldplay and Beyoncé achieving such devoted fan support at the Antwerpen Sportpaleis, it’s a testament to the pulling power of a Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike show.
Somehow managing to raise the bar once again with an insane level of production, thanks to the dedication and creativity of the Tomorrowland family, the 2016 edition of Bringing The Madness was undoubtedly the biggest, boldest and most out-there show yet! With guest appearances from the likes of Lost Frequencies, Afojack and ex-Swedish House Mafia member Steve Angello, the brothers delivered in every which way expected from them much to the ecstatic roar of the 80,000 strong crowd across the 4 nights.
As two of the most prominent faces of the dance scene in a generation, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike not only boast a plethora of anthemic records under their belt in hits such as ‘Higher Place’, ‘The Hum’ and their most recent single ‘Hey Baby’ with Diplo (currently at 25 million+ Spotify streams), but are also the true kings of both the festival mainstage and the arena hall spectacle. For evidence of this bold statement, check out 2.30 hours of unadulterated, pure high-octane dancefloor insanity
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