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Nicky Romero delivered the most dynamic set of UNTOLD Festival

From big room house to progressive, house and groove, Protocol Boss delivered nothing but incredible vibes on the mainstage of the Romanian festival

Nicky Romero UNTOLD Festival

Nicky Romero conquered UNTOLD Festival mainstage with an impressive music selection.

Four days of madness; UNTOLD Festival 2019 has proven once again his leadership on trowing a top-class music festival. With one of the various lineup, you’ll find in a unique event, attendees could choose between house music, hard techno, and even pop music.

Talking about music variety and dynamic acts, we must mention the incredible one hour and a half set of Nicky Romero. The Protocol Boss has delivered a selection of well-known hits and brand new music, spacing from progressive house to big room and pure house music.

Kicking off with his collaboration together with Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Nicky Romero has continued with a massive dose of mashups; you’ll find exclusive materials as Howl At The Moon vs. Piece Of Your Heart or Ring The Alarm vs. Loco Contigo.

At around the 12th minutes, he played the first unreleased tune, marked as ID ID. The same track has been premiered at Ultra Croatia and played at Tomorrowland as well as in Japan. Rolling funky vibes with a catchy top melody it has all the rights to be an upcoming Protocol’s tune.

Nicky Romero and the series of stunning IDs at UNTOLD

He has played tribute to Avicii, playing a touching mashup between Avicii SOS and Tiesto Party Time. Fast-forwarding on the first half an hour, Nicky played what it seems a collaboration with Corey James (rumors, not official). An electrified synth with energetic beats has made the crowd go crazy. This ID is going around since Nicky Romero’s performance at Ultra Miami.

Eight minutes later Nicky played what is supposed to be a Deniz Koyu & Magnificence ID. Premiered by Magnificence at Tomorrowland as well as on the mainstage of ElectroBeach Festival, Nicky played the tune at Tomorrowland as well.

Starting from the minute 47th, you’ll find a series of IDs as Nicky Romero x Mike Williams, SWACQ, and a new not identified collaboration. He also played a supposed Dannic & Teamworx collaboration; dropped by Dannic himself at Galaxy stage, Fedde Le Grand premiered it at Tomorrowland.

Last but not least, Nicky Romero closed his set with a Denix Koyu collaboration.

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