Biggest Tracks of Tomorrowland 2017

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Tomorrowland 2017 has officially come to an end, and with it the summer festival season enters its ending phase. The tracks that dominated Tomorrowland are the tracks that will carry us over probably until festival season 2018 kicks in, so we decided to look at both weekends and find the biggest tracks of Tomorrowland 2017.

Check out our in depth Tomorrowland 2017 Reviews for Weekends 1 and 2.

  1. Vini Vici & Armin van Buuren – Great Spirit

    This track was literally everywhere at Tomorrowland in one way or another. Quite an accomplishment to get a psytrance track into the most played of the festival.

  2. Vini Vici x W&W – Chakra

    This one was being dropped all over the place for months before it even had a name. W&W brought out Vini Vici during their Weekend 2 Main Stage set to make this track and its title official. It’s gonna rule the circuit for quite some time.

  3. D.O.D – Sixes

    “Sixes” was one of those tracks that transcended subgenres and made its way into sets on numerous stages of Tomorrowland. It was a track that was a sure-fire way to transition from future house into a major groove, and the crowd loved it each time.

  4. The Chainsmokers & Coldplay – Something Just Like This

  5. Axwell Ingrosso – More Than You Know

    Axwell & Ingrosso have a Summer hit on their hands with this one. It’s the perfect festival summer track that just begs the crowd to sing a long. It doesn’t hurt that Axwell Ingrosso, Axwell, and Ingrosso all performed over the 2 weekends and this track appeared each time.

  6. Axwell Ingross- How Do You Feel Right Now

    You’ve gotta admit this track is a banging opener track. Even though Axwell, Ingrosso, and AA all open with it, it slays every time. This track can always get the crowd going wild.

  7. Ed Sheeran – Castle On The Hill (various remixes)

    We have officially moved on from “Shape of You” to Ed Sheeran’s arguably much better track. You can’t help but belt out the lyrics when this one comes on. The Gareth Emery & Ashley Wallbridge Remix is positively beautiful as well. Notable remixes: NWYR, Ashley Wallbridge

  8. Diplo & AutoAerotique – Waist Time

    “Waist Time” made its way into all the future house, bass house, dubstep, or trap sets over the 2 weekends. You couldn’t avoid it.

  9. Clean Bandit – Rockabye

    This track is pretty annoying at this point, but it still popped up all over the mainstage.

  10. Zedd – Stay

    This vocal hook found its way everywhere, even though it was usually in the form of a remix or a mashup.

  11. Gareth Emery – Saving Light

  12. Garmiani – Fogo

    This relatively new track from Garmiani made some major waves throughout the festival with notable plays by Alesso, Kaskade, and Axtone artists as well. This one might pop off this fall.