The 20-year-old Dutch superstar hit a snag with delayed flights enroute from his residency at Ushuaiah Ibiza, and then was forced to fly to Amsterdam to take a jet and helicopter to arrive 30 minutes prior to his headlining set.
If the travel took a toll on Garrix, it didn’t show in his energetic Hot 100 Stage outing. The DJ/producer delivered a high-octane set packed with unreleased productions that kept the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater faithful on their feet while pyrotechnics flared at the stage’s front.
The show’s highlights included Garrix’s recent release with Bebe Rexha, “In the Name of Love,” which he will perform on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday (Aug. 22), as well as his Usher collaboration “Don’t Look Down.”
For more on Martin Garrix’s travel woes, collaboration with Rexha and forthcoming album, check out Billboard‘s video interview below: