SACHI have made Aotearoa's stamp on Tomorrowland even bigger after their electric performance at the Belgian festival.
The pop-electronic duo comprised of Nick Chrisp and Will Thomas took to the Netsky & Friends stage ahead of fellow Kiwi Montell2099 and international favourites like LUUDE, Kanine, Dimension and Netsky himself - making their mark in front of a massive crowd.
When Tomorrowland returned after a two-year COVID hiatus, the pair got their chance on stage - a stage they adorned with a New Zealand flag.
The duo shared a few incredible highlights to Instagram following the performance - including an emotional Will tearing up as original track 'Sparking My Fire' can be heard in the background.
Check it out below. So proud of these boys!
“It was an amazing moment to be able to represent New Zealand on such a prestigious stage at a world renowned festival like Tomorrowland," SACHI said. "A huge milestone for us and something we had been dreaming about for years."
They also created special moments for other Kiwi artists - including one close to home for us, playing out a track from Orange Roughy aka Cam Bav - one half of BAVHU, who you can find every Sunday on The Brightside from 12-2pm on George FM.
The duo played his bootleg of Groove Armada's Superstylin and it absolutely went off - you can check out a video of that below and grab the track as a free download here. It f**kin rips.