With clubs and festivals closed amid the pandemic, DJs have had to get creative about where they're playing music, with many artists transforming their houses into ad-hoc venues.

Not content to just livestream from his living room, Martin Garrix took things to the next level, literally, by playing a show from the roof of the 22-story A'Dam tower in Amsterdam.

Played in celebration of The Netherlands' King's Day holiday, happening Monday (April 27) and honoring the birthday of Dutch king Willem-Alexander, the 20-minute set primarily features Garrix's own productions -- including "Ocean," "High on Life," "In the Name of Love" and his era-defining breakout smash "Animals." The music and stunning sunset vistas are all captured with impressive drone footage.

Garrix also announced that a longer version of the set will be released online in the near future. Watch Garrix's King's Day set below.