Dance music can’t be denied, especially not during festivals. The genre has birthed a series of festivals throughout the World, but has also infiltrated mainstream ones like Coachella, Lollapallooza, and Glastonbury, too. Google Play Music crunched the numbers from all the festivals in the UK this summer and discovered that dance music was responsible for seven of the top 10 most played festival acts, with #1 going to an unexpected contender. Duke Dumont bested Jack Ü, Calvin Harris, The Chemical Brothers, Rudimental, Avicii, and Major Lazer; only Hozier, Sigma, and James Bay broke up the list.

Calvin Harris’s track “Pray To God” featuring HAIM took the top spot for most played track at a festival, and Duke Dumont’s “The Giver (Reprise)” followed by The Chemical Brothers’ “Go” rounded out the top three. No word as to what the most played songs in the US are, but we have a feeling they’re pretty close to being the same. The full lists can be seen below:

Top Ten Most Played Festival Artists:

Duke Dumont
Skrillex & Diplo
Calvin Harris
The Chemical Brothers
James Bay
Major Lazer

Top Ten Most Played Festival Tracks:

Calvin Harris feat. HAIM – Pray to God
Duke Dumont – The Giver (Reprise)
The Chemical Brothers – Go
Rudimental – Never Let You Go (feat. Foy Vance)
Sigma – Higher
James Bay – Hold Back The River
Major Lazer – Lean On (feat. MØ & DJ Snake)
Skrillex & Diplo – Where Are Ü Now (with Justin Bieber)
Calvin Harris – Summer
Hozier – Take Me to Church

Source: Gigwise