Video Armin Van Buuren Cries on Stage - UNTOLD FESTIVAL

Armin Van Buuren Cries on Stage – UNTOLD FESTIVAL

Last week from 3 to 6 August took place the third edition of Untold Festival in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The line-up was huge with names like Dillon Francis, Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Afrojack, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren to name a few.

Armin van Buuren’s set was scheduled from 3:05am to 6:05am and was promised to be a spectacular show, but Armin had other plans: He remained on stage till 8:17 in the morning, the time he would take his daughter to the school when he is at home with his family.

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For an almost 6 hour set, he had the time to go back to his roots and play emotional trance tracks, including RAM – RAMsterdam [Jorn van Deynhoven Remix] which made him burst out crying together with the crowd.

In 2015, he also played over the planned hours for his set making his fans in Romania happy and nostalgic with hours of trance music only.

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