Check out our picks for the hottest 5 up & comers at TomorrowWorld on their way to DJ super-stardom. These 5 acts didn’t let an early time-slot keeping them from smashing TomorrowWorld!
L.A. based DJ/producer Paris Blohm opened up TomorrowWorld at noon on day 1 with a rip-roaring set consisting almost entirely of his own music. He debuted a new vocal track and closed out his set with the goosebump-enducing progressive anthem “Left Behinds (with Taylr Renee).”
Belgian wonder duo Wolfpack got the party started on the main stage on sunny day 2 in Chattahoochee Hills. They got hands in the air with banging bootlegs and new cut “We Are One” featuring “Booyah” boys We Are Loud.
Colombia’s Moska kicked things off on the Super You & Me stage on day 1 of TomorrowWorld. Many people from different countries arrived early to Tomorrowworld to rave to Moska’s eclectic set.
Florida-native and all around nice guy Henry Fong heated things up on the main stage on day 1. He kept the crowd happy with his smashing bootlegs and the festival banger “Scream” with Aussie J-Trick.
Future house poster boy Oliver Heldens went in deep and got festival-goers dancing early in the day to good vibes. He made fans happy by coming out at the end of the set for a meet and greet and to pose for a few selfies.
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