News Martin Garrix closed the Winter Olympic Games 2018 in PyeongChang

Martin Garrix closed the Winter Olympic Games 2018 in PyeongChang

One more dream come true for Martin Garrix if you don’t know one of the motivations for Martin Garrix to make music started back in 2004 once he saw Tiesto’s closing ceremony at the Olympic Games in Greece. And after 12 years Martin’s dream come true because he was the one who closed the Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang with a superb set that contained most of his hits.

The show was awesome, there were a lot of fireworks which lighten up the entire sky above the arena, also on the ice ground arene where a lot of people with let lights which made the atmosphere unforgettable for the ones who participated at the ceremony or even for the people who saw the show at the TV.

Right before his set, Tiesto called him on face-time

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