Tomorrowland launches vote for the biggest track in the festival’s history

Tomorrowland launches vote for the biggest track in the festival’s history

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Tomorrowland has re-opened voting for the Tomorrowland Top 1000 poll, a fan-voted round-up of the biggest anthems in the festival’s history.

Now in its second year, Tomorrowland are asking fans to vote for their personal top three favourite tracks linked to the festival via the festival’s website or via the One World Radio app. Voting will remain open until 8th May. 

From 11th to 22nd May, Tomorrowland’s One World Radio will play 100 tracks a day from the poll, counting down until the top voted anthem is revealed.

In 2019, Swedish House Mafia’s ‘One’ staved off competition from the likes of Eric Prydz’s ‘Pjanoo’, Daft Punk’s ‘One More Time’ and Avicii’s ‘Levels’ to come out on top of the poll.

Tomorrowland’s 2020 edition was officially cancelled earlier this month due to the coronavirus pandemic. Despite that, the Belgian festival has been keeping fans entertained during lockdown with weekly live streams featuring the likes of Carl Cox. It also shared an informative digital booklet in the wake of its cancellation, featuring information surrounding the festival’s cancellation, as well as interviews with DJs, virologist Marc van Ranst and Minister-President of Flanders Jan Jambon

 

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