“Tomorrowland Around the World” reveals full lineup
It was announced earlier this month that Tomorrowland will be hosting its digital music festival “Tomorrowland Around the World” next month.
The festival will be held in lieu of the annual physical edition that has to be postponed this year due to the global pandemic.
The lineup has now been revealed, featuring more than 60 of the world’s best DJs! The full line-up per stage can be found on tomorrowland.com.
Here’s the full lineup for “Tomorrowland Around the World”.
Each of the eight stages will premiere brand new music and video content from the world’s best artists.
The Mainstage, which embodies the theme of 2020 ‘The Reflection of Love – Chapter 1’, will be graced by the biggest industry heavyweights as Afrojack, Alan Walker, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Steve Aoki, and Tiësto.
The Atmosphere stage will be headlined by the likes of techno legends Amelie Lens, Dixon, Joyhauser, Reinier Zonneveld, Stephan Bodzin and Tale of Us.
Several other house & techno music tastemakers including ANNA, Adam Beyer and Patrice Baumel will deliver the most mesmerising and atmospheric sounds at the mythical Core stage – a crowd favourite and definitely one of the most unique stages at Tomorrowland.
Tomorrowland’s iconic Freedom Stage will see Claptone, Jack Back and Solardo return, with hardstyle acts like Coone, Da Tweekaz and Wildstylez on the Q-Dance stage. Some of the world’s best artists in future bass, dubstep and trap music – Carnage, Eptic, Gryffin, Netsky, NGHTMRE, San Holo and Yellow Claw – will gather at one of the brand new stages.
Armin van Buuren said in a press statement, “Tomorrowland Around the World is a great opportunity for me to connect with my fans during these lockdown times and I hope that this will help everyone to hold on for a bit longer until we can party together on actual festival grounds again! Very delighted to be part of this ground-breaking event.”
And here’s what Steve Aoki has to say: “Tomorrowland is always a special festival for me so I’m very honoured to be a part of Tomorrowland’s digital festival that will be uniting so many people from around the world in a way that hasn’t been done before. The connection between amazing music, breath-taking 3D design and the latest filming techniques from Hollywood get me extremely excited!”
If two of the world’s biggest DJs are these excited, you know Tomorrowland’s first ever digital festival is going to be worth the €12.50 (Day ticket) and €20 (weekend ticket inclusive of a week of video-on-demand content to relive the entire experience) price tags.
As mentioned, this year’s physical festival, which would’ve marked Tomorrowland’s 16th edition, has been postponed to summer 2021 (16 – 18 July & 23 – 25 July).
Taking its place this summer will of course be “Tomorrowland Around the World”, which will be available from 15h00–01h00 CEST on 25 and 26 July 2020 exclusively on tomorrowland.com. Tickets will be available on the same website from this 18 June.