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Gabriel, 11, dreams of becoming a DJ: he was able to mix on one of the legendary stages of the Tomorrowland festival

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He is 11 years old and full of dreams. Gabriel has been passionate about music since a young age and this Wednesday, he was able to show the extent of his talents on the Tomorrowland stage, during a concert given for the inhabitants of the district, in Boom. We met him, we can say that his path is all traced.

Between 2 CEB events, 11-year-old DJ Gab surprised the spectators of the Tomorrowland buurtfeest, the legendary electro music festival. After participating in the Tomorrowland Academy, a week of mixed training for budding DJs, the young artist was able to perform for a set on one of the legendary stages of the festival. “It was really amazing, the crowd was so good. I loved it. If we can do that every day, it would be a pleasure”he said.

At almost 12 years old, DJ Gab already looks like a great man. It all started a few years ago. “I wanted to start DJing from the wedding of my uncle and my aunt, where I saw mixing tables. I asked my uncle to mix, he told me and with the DJ, we mixed together. He taught me a lot of things. Then a few months later, for my birthday, they all came together to give me a mixer and that’s how far I’ve come, with this mix table”explains the 11-year-old boy.

The young DJ has only one idea in mind: to enter the history of Tomorrowland. “My next goal is that in 7 years, I will go as soon as possible to the MainStage of Tomorrowland to go and mix in front of I don’t know how many people”he is already dreaming.

With a rigor of work already present, Gabriel has great hopes for the future, but keeps the essential in mind: you have to have as much fun as possible. “My advice would be that if you have a goal, never let go of the goal. Always go forward, never stop even if there are lows, you always come back up at some point. And that’s the best thing to do.”