The first weekend of Tomorrowland 2023 showcased lots of amazing music, including freshly dropped new tunes, unreleased IDs and legendary classics. While hundreds of artists performed across 16 stages and played thousands of tracks spanning different electronic genres, only 10 songs had the distinction of getting more play than all the others during Tomorrowland’s opening weekend.
Top 10 most played tracks at Tomorrowland 2023 – Weekend 1
Topping the list is ‘Metro’, the highly-anticipated collaboration between Kevin de Vries and Mau P. On its tail at number 2 is Mau P’s global dance hit ‘Drugs From Amsterdam’. Following that is Skrillex’s new single with Boys Noize ‘Fine Day Anthem’ on number 3. The remainder of the list contains fresh tracks and other genre classics that festivalgoers never get tired of, see below for the full list.
Tomorrowland Music, Tomorrowland’s official record label, also released a selection new tracks to enjoy. Ukrainian breakout talent Korolova revealed her captivating new record ‘Under My Skin’ with British singer Richard Judge, global superstar Alesso and British multi-platinum icon John Newman joined forces for their ultimate super-collab ‘Call Your Name’, progressive house duo Matisse & Sadko outdid themselves with the STMPD RCRDS x Tomorrowland Music collaborative EP’s anthemic closing track ‘Lefka’ and UK’s rising star 220 KID made his debut on Tomorrowland’s imprint with his groovy and refreshing dance smash ‘Heart & Soul’.
Follow the magic of Tomorrowland 2023 live on One World TV and One World Radio via tomorrowland.com and the Tomorrowland App.
Tomorrowland Belgium 2023
Weekend 1: Friday July 21 – Sunday July 23
Weekend 2: Friday July 28 – Sunday July 30