Hardwell & Metropole Orkest at a sold-out Ziggo Dome Amsterdam was a becoming ultimate present!

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Hardwell & Metropole Orkest at a sold-out Ziggo Dome Amsterdam was a fitting final show!

On Thursday evening (18th October) Hardwell gave his tentative final present within the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. Together with the Metropole Orkest, the DJ took his viewers on a journey via the historical past of dance music with the present Symphony: The Global Revolution of Dance.

After the spectacular orchestral opening by the Metropole Orkest, Hardwell took to the stage and began with the primary symphonic episode of the present performing music from 1978 till 1998. He opened the present with Donna Summer’s ‘I Feel Love’ adopted by basic hits like ‘Sweet Dreams’ by Eurythmics and the legendary ‘It’s Like That’ from Run-DMC. He adopted this with an ongoing stream of anthems from the interval between 1998 and 2008. In the third a part of the present Hardwell lined music from 2008 till the current day and ended the present with the lately launched collaboration ‘Conquerors’ he did with the Metropole Orkest.

Watch the total 2 hour present and catch Hardwell’s emotional speech under!

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