Ultra Music Festival Miami 2014: Hear Live Sets From Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Tiesto And More
2 April 2014, 10:34 | Updated: 11 May 2017, 15:53
Plus re-live or catch up on sets from Zedd, Afrojack and Showtek.
Watch Martin Garrix's Ultra Music Festival set above.
Some of the most popular acts at Ultra Music Festival in Miami have shared their live sets online so fans can re-live the experience - and those that didn't make it can finally get involved.
17-year-old Dutch DJ Martin Garrix's set had a positive reception and was even trending on Twitter during his energetic performance on the main stage at the festival. Some big tunes he dropped at the event include his hit singles 'Wizard' and 'Animals,' as well as Icona Pop's 2013 number one hit 'I Love It.'
Garrix posted the set on his YouTube page and tweeted: "One of my biggest dreams came true last weekend in Miami."
Watch Tiesto's Ultra Music Festival set below:
Also available on YouTube now is Tiesto's entire hour-and-a-half set. Highlights like his next single, 'Wasted' featuring Matthew Koma, the Tiësto vs. Dzeko & Torres Remix of John Martin as well as their collaboration, a medley with Icona Pop of his remix of 'I Love It' and 'Let's Go' (from his upcoming album), a collaboration with MOTi, some updates on Tiësto classics like 'Escape Me' and 'Feel It In My Bones' and the new fan favourite, 'Footprints.'
Watch Zedd's Ultra Music Festival set below:
'Clarity' DJ Zedd has shared a 21-minute snippet of his impressive set at Ultra in Miami. Highlights include hearing his Miriam Bryant vocal-assisted track 'Find You' and generally seeing the crowds electric atmosphere. Take a look above.
Watch Hardwell's Ultra Music Festival Set Below:
The world's number one DJ Hardwell thanks fans for "one of the biggest moments of his life" when he shared his one hour headline set from Ultra with fans.
Watch Afrojack's Ultra Music Festival Set Below:
Capital XTRA DJ Afrojack not only made a surprise appearance to perform with his fellow Dutch DJ Martin Garrix but brought collaborator Matthew Koma on stage Sunday evening to sing their song 'Illuminate.'