Armin van Buuren Plays Game of Thrones Theme Music at Tomorrowland 2017

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Tomorrowland 2017 happened in Belgium in July end with a crowd of over 400,000 EDM fanatics. The two-weekend music festival saw performances from some of the top DJs in the world such as Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Alan Walker, Alesso, David Guetta, Tiesto, Steve Aoki and the list goes on. Among these DJs, Armin van Buuren and David Guetta were the only two producers at the first ever Tomorrowland in 2005.

Game of Thrones is one of the biggest TV show from viewership, ratings and production cost right now. It has a massive fan base and that extends to the EDM community as well. Knowing this, Armin van Buuren attempted something unique. He fused the Game of Thrones title theme song with some electronic music and the result is quite outstanding.

Game of Thrones’ main title credits music is done by Ramin Djawadi and he says Cello was chosen as the main instrument to produce a “darker sound” to suite the series. The intro song is 1 minute 50 seconds long and one of the few intro musics that aren’t skipped by the fans.

Watch Armin van Buuren Play Game of Thrones Title Score at Tomorrowland 2017

Before playing the track Buuren calls out the crowd. “So, who’s a fan of The Game Of Thrones?” and the crowd goes wild. At the beginning of the track, although it sounded more like the original theme song, towards the end, the track turned more electronic than Cello.

Throughout the entire composure, the set had a more reddish color tone which reminds us of all the blood flaws in Game of Thrones.

Listen to Game of Thrones Original Title Sound Track by Ramin Djawadi

You can download the original title track on iTunes or Amazon for your collectiom.

If you are a fan of Game of Thrones music do let us know what you think about the EDM fusion by Armin van Buuren. We believe he did a decent job with an impossible task. If you have friends who love Game of Thrones and EDM, make sure to share this article with them.