EDM wunderkind Martin Garrix took to twitter yesterday evening to announce that his entire live set from Sziget Festival on August 16 in Budapest, Hungary is now available for fans to watch in crystal clear HD online. But what Garrix didn't disclose was that fans were in store for a massive surprise about 20 minutes into the set.

The live set runs just under an hour and a half and sees Garrix dropping many of his most well known tracks, including his collaboration with Matisse & Sadko on "Dragon," his Afrojack collab "Turn Up The Speakers" and "Don't Look Down" featuring Usher. Garrix also works in Avicii's "Waiting For Love" (which he co-produced) as well as tracks like Jauz's "Feel the Volume" and Steve Aoki's remix of Kid Cudi's "Pursuit of Happiness."

Right around the 20-minute mark, Garrix asks the crowd if they are ready for all new unreleased music before unleashing a huge new tune that sees the producer tapping into his roots of more progressive house.

This crowd got the royal Garrix treatment at Sziget Festival, which set an attendance record of 441,000 people from 95 different countries over the course of the week-long event.

Check out the full live set below and skip ahead to the 20-minute mark to hear the new unreleased music!

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