Lost Frequencies — Live from the rooftop of the Royal Palace in Brussels

The king of Belgium invited Lost Frequencies to play an exclusive set on the rooftop of the Royal Palace in Brussels along with the Royal Symphonic Band of the Belgian Guides, and he got to personally meet the king himself on the day of the big event too.

The livestream started off with a special performance by the Royal Symphonic band (with their interpretation of the Brabançonne), before he went up to the rooftop. Surrounded by beautiful 360-degree views of Brussels, it’s unarguably one of the most impressive views out of any lockdown sets we’ve seen so far over the past few months, and it truly shows his power as a producer.

Not only were the views amazing, but the carefully crafted setlist gave us classic Lost Frequencies vibes with a few surprises to keep everyone more than interested throughout the entire one hour duration. With a few of his own IDs sprinkled into the set, it kept us on our toes and also featured a live vocal performance from Kye Sones to perform ‘Electrified’. All in all, this was a mindblowing set, and you can relive it all below on Lost Frequencies’ YouTube channel.

Traditionally, the Royal Palace opens its doors to the public every year. This year, however, everything has to happen virtually because of the coronavirus measures. On the evening before Belgium’s National Holiday, the virtual tour was launched with a live stream of a DJ set of Lost Frequencies, on the roof of the palace. The Royal Music Chapel of the Guides took part in the performance as well.

In 2015, De Laet already worked together with the Royal Palace, when he performed during the award ceremony of the Belgodyssee competition for journalism students.