Martin Garrix returns to stage with first two concerts since the epidemic

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Martin Garrix made his long-awaited return to the stage this weekend, performing at Austria’s ‘Electric Love and the UK’s ‘Creamfields’ for the first time since the epidemic hit last year.

Garrix closed off Electric Love’s second festival day on Friday, as well as the STMPD RCRDS stage at Creamfields on Sunday, as a last-minute surprise addition to the lineup. After mentioning that he was delaying the release of some of his hallmark festival songs due to the pandemic, he put that to rest by launching five brand-new IDs over the weekend, featuring Julian Jordan, John Martin, and Michel Zitron. Garrix also got to play AREA21’s brand new track ‘Lovin’ Every Minute’, as well as his rework of the successful UEFA EURO 2020 song ‘We Are The People’ with U2’s Bono and The Edge, for the very first time.

He has kept fans globally delighted for the past 1,5 years with a number of live streams, taking them with him on Dutch Waters and to the rooftop of his Amsterdam house. Next to that, he kept the new tracks coming with releases such as ‘Pressure’ With Tove Lo, ‘We Are The People’ with Bono and The Edge and his latest release ‘Love Runs Out ‘ with G-Eazy and Sasha Alex Sloan.

Now that he’s warmed up, Garrix will be going to Las Vegas to play his OMNIA and Wet Republic residencies, as well as UNTOLD in the next month.