One World Radio Is Celebrating 1000 Days On Air With 1000 Drops

One World Radio, the 24-hour radio station from Tomorrowland, is on the brink of a milestone. This Saturday, November 13, the station will hit 1000 days of nonstop broadcasting.

To celebrate this four-figure occasion, the radio station will bring 1000 consecutive drops to the airwaves. Curators from the station have compiled the most played songs into one 16-hour long mix. Tune in starting at 8:00AM CET this Saturday and stick around all the way until midnight.

Since its launch, One World Radio has broadcast in over 130 countries and reached millions of listeners. The station is completely free and cycles between every genre of electronic music, just like the lineup of Tomorrowland the festival.

What drops do you think made the top 1000? Tune in to find out.

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