Have you always wanted to party the weekend away at Tomorrowland but felt burdened by the costs of travel and accommodation? Looks like this year might be your chance to attend it without these hassles.
Tomorrowland is all set to go digital this year with its first ever “Tomorrowland Around the World”!
The digital music festival is described as “a spectacular entertainment experience open to people of all ages and places, unfazed by borders or boundaries”.
Details on “Tomorrowland Around the World” are as below:
Dates: 25 and 26 July 2020
Time: 15h00–01h00 CEST
The festival, which will also have a ‘time-zone-friendly’ option for visitors from Asia and North or South America, will be available exclusively on tomorrowland.com for those two days.
Tickets can be purchased through the same website and will go on sale from this 18 June.
Prices for the tickets are as follows:
1. Day ticket: €12.50
2. Weekend ticket: €20 (includes a week of video-on-demand content to relive the entire experience)
Special People of Tomorrow packages and Home Party packages will also be available.
Eight different stages in total will be featured at the digital festival, brought together using the world’s best technology in 3D design, video production, gaming and special effects.
The stages comprise Atmosphere, Core, Freedom, Stage and Elixir, plus three new stages – each showcasing music from the world’s best artists in dance and electronic music, as well as a large portion of the fireworks and laser shows characteristic of Tomorrowland.
This year’s iconic Mainstage, which embodies the theme of 2020 ‘The Reflection of Love – Chapter 1’, will also be unveiled to the world during the digital festival.
Check out the trailer for “Tomorrowland Around the World” below!
Aside from the performances, visitors can also enjoy various interactive experiences, such as inspirational webinars, games and workshops related to lifestyle, food, fashion and the Tomorrowland Foundation.
“For us it’s a bit re-inventing the festival experience, but we truly believe that we can bring the spirit of Tomorrowland and entertainment at the highest level to people and homes around the globe,” said Michiel Beers, co-founder of Tomorrowland, in a press statement.
“We hope that hundreds of thousands of people will unite in a responsible way and that small Tomorrowland gatherings at people’s homes – from Canada to Australia, from Japan to Brazil and everywhere in between – will be organised. Especially during the weekend where normally Tomorrowland Belgium would take place, we really have the power to unite the world,” he added.
Tomorrowland has been held annually in Belgium since 2005 but its 16th edition, originally scheduled for next month, had to be postponed to summer 2021 (16 – 18 July & 23 – 25 July) due to the worldwide coronavirus outbreak.