Martin Garrix performs an Electrifying Set at EDC Las Vegas 2024: Watch

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Known for his high-energy tracks and seamless mixing, Martin Garrix delivered a special EDC set in Las Vegas that kept the crowd dancing and cheering throughout.

Electric Daisy Carnival (EDC) Las Vegas 2024 was a spectacle of music and energy, and Martin Garrix set at the circuitGROUNDS stage on FIRE with his standout performance.

Garrix opened his set with ‘Empty (Intro Edit)’ featuring DubVision and Jaimes, immediately grabbing the audience’s attention. This was quickly followed by ‘Good Morning’, a collaboration with the very talented duo Matisse & Sadko, setting a vibrant and energetic tone for the rest of the night.

The set featured some remarkable moments, such as the mashup ‘Calling vs. Scared To Be Lonely’, which seamlessly blended Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso & Ryan Tedder‘s ‘Calling’ with Garrix & Dua Lipa‘s hit ‘Scared To Be Lonely’. This set demonstrated Garrix’s ability to create unique and captivating experiences for his audience. Another highlight was the mashup ‘Hurricane vs. Fade Into Darkness’, combining Garrix & Sentinel‘s ‘Hurricane’ with Avicii & Andreas Moe’s ‘Fade Into Darkness’, offering a poignant tribute to the late Avicii.

Among the standout tracks, ‘Animals’ brought a wave of nostalgia, with Garrix mixing the original with the Botnek Edit, keeping the energy high. The mashup ‘Hero vs. Escape’ combined Garrix X JVKE & DubVision’s ‘Hero’ with Kx5 & Hayla & John Summit‘s ‘Escape’, showcasing Garrix’s innovative approach to blending different musical elements. The emotional track ‘Waiting For Love’ by Avicii, paired with Garrix’s own ‘Tremor’, created a powerful moment that resonated deeply with the crowd.

Garrix also played some of his newer collaborations, such as ‘Breakaway’ with Mesto ft. Wilhelm, and ‘Quantum’ with Brooks, both of which were met with enthusiastic responses. The remix of ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ (Acappella) by Gotye ft. Kimbra added a unique touch, blending seamlessly with ‘Verve’ by Matisse & Sadko.

Special mashups like ‘Lions In The Wild vs. Dragon’ and ‘Make Up Your Mind vs. Glitch’ further highlighted Garrix’s ability to keep the set dynamic and engaging. The closing tracks, including ‘In The Name Of Love’ with Bebe Rexha and ‘Someone You Loved’ (Martin Garrix & Matisse & Sadko Remix) by Lewis Capaldi, left the audience with a sense of euphoria and fulfillment.

The EDC Las Vegas 2024 set by Martin Garrix was a testament to his talent and showmanship. From start to finish, Garrix delivered a masterful performance that captivated the audience and showcased his ability to blend different genres and styles seamlessly.

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