Countdown 2016
Photo Credit: The Holy Mountain for Insomniac

Countdown 2016 is in the books, and artists played their hearts out to bring us into 2017!


Insomniac Events brought some serious house and bass music as the soundtrack for Countdown this year. Ravers came from far and wide to enjoy sets from notable acts like NGHTMRE and Deorro, while newcomers like Bonnie X Clyde received some love as well. Sure, it was a bit rainy and definitely cold, but the music didn’t stop and kept people dancing far into the night. Whether you decided to spend your weekend getting down to some filthy bass or epic house beats, we hope that you had an amazing time at Countdown this year! Luckily, you’ll be able to check out some sets you may have missed this weekend below.

Stay tuned for our full review of the weekend!

What was your experience like at Countdown this year? Let us know in the comments or our Facebook Group!

IF SETS ARE TAKEN DOWN, PLEASE HANG TIGHT AS WE UPDATE WITH NEW LINKS!

Countdown 2016 Livesets Playlist:


Countdown 2016 Livesets:

4B

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

A-Trak

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

Alesso

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

Bonnie X Clyde

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

CID

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

Deorro

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

Diplo

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube | YouTube #2

Dr. Fresch

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

Dzeko & Torres

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

Grandtheft

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | Mixcloud #2 | YouTube

MAKJ

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | Mixcloud #2 | YouTube

Morgan Page

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

NGHTMRE

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

Seven Lions

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

Showtek

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

Steve Aoki

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube

The Chainsmokers

SoundCloud | Mixcloud | YouTube


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Featured Photo Credit: The Holy Mountain for Insomniac



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