The Best Dance Music Live Sets Of March 2022
The month of March has been particularly crazy on the live front with massive events such as ASOT 1000 in Poland, Tomorrowland Winter in France and Ultra Music Festival in Miami. And since we know for a fact you guys love staying up to date on your favorite acts’ sonic exploits, we figured we’d save you the time and trouble by listing some of our artists’ best live sets of the month.
Goldfish at Printworks, London, UK
GoldFish are renowned for their incredible, authentic live set-up, and for good reason. Armed with a saxophone, a double bass, and a truckload of good vibe, they rocked the crowd at Printworks London so hard they’re probably still on cloud nine.
Ruben de Ronde at ASOT 1000 Krakow, Poland #DanceForUkraine
Taking the crowd to greater heights, Ruben de Ronde delivered an astonishing live set to the crowd at ASOT 1000 in Krakow, Poland. Overflowing with incredible vocal cuts and the Dutchman’s signature progressive sound, this one-hour live set shows once more that the A State Of Trance co-host never disappoints on stage.
Ferry Corsten at ASOT 1000 Krakow, Poland #DanceForUkraine
The studio output of Dutch electronic music icon Ferry Corsten has been rather massive lately, and his huge live set at ASOT 1000 in Poland flawlessly reflects that. From the opening track, ‘Something For Your Mind’, which he made live during his Armada University masterclass, to remixes of ‘Wounded’ (his collab with Morgan Page and Cara Melín), ‘Beautiful’, ‘Carte Blanche’, and ‘Radio Crash’, and a handful of tracks from other artists that rocked just as hard, his performance in Krakow was definitely one to remember.
Armin van Buuren at Tomorrowland Winter (Main stage), Alpe D’Huez, France
Tomorrowland has always been about magic, and Armin van Buuren delivered just that from the main stage at Tomorrowland Winter. Powerful, energetic, and incredibly euphoric, this set shows exactly why Armin van Buuren has been one of the world’s premier DJs for over two decades.
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano at Tomorrowland Winter (Main stage), Alpe D’Huez, France
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano know how to put up a show. Their live set at the main stage of Tomorrowland Winter underlines the contagious nature of their trademark tribal sound and brings something unique that dance music fans can appreciate regardless of stylistic preference.
Andrew Rayel at Ultra Music Festival Miami 2022, United States
Whenever Andrew Rayel takes the stage, you know there’s something incredible about to happen. From the moment he kicked off his hour-long set with the official anthem for Find Your Harmony 300 (‘Elements Of Harmony’, the Moldovan wonderworker gave the Ultra crowd go crazy for all 60 minutes and took a bow once the hour was over.
Armin van Buuren b2b Reinier Zonneveld live at Ultra Music Festival Miami 2022, United States
The second inclusion of Armin van Buuren in this list, now with his special back-2-back set with Reinier Zonneveld at Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Inspired by their recent collab (‘We Can Dance Again’ with Roland Clark), this live set explored the realm of hard-hitting techno and hammered down relentlessly to bring fans to the brink of insanity and back again.
Armin van Buuren at Ultra Music Festival Miami 2022, United States
And then there’s Armin van Buuren’s mainstage set at Ultra Music Festival in Miami. Slowly building up the energy levels whilst also world-premiering the club version of his brand-new collab with Billen Ted and JC Stewart (‘Come Around Again’) halfway in, this particular live set equals almost 80 minutes of pure bliss for dance music fans.
Giuseppe Ottaviani at Beyond Wonderland, Southern California, United States
One word: magical. Trance fans from all over the world will agree that you just can’t go wrong with a live set from the Italian DJ and producer, and his set at the U.S. festival Beyond Wonderland proves it. Uplifting to the max!