Tomorrowland 2018 sells out both weekends in just one hour

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Just like that, Tomorrowland sold out within an hour of tickets going on sale worldwide on Saturday, Feb. 3.

Despite the Belgian festival’s expansion last year, Tomorrowland sold out 400,000 tickets over two weekends within 64 minutes. This is not surprising given the festival’s global prominence over the years, having recently been declared the “largest, most celebrated social media music event in the world” in 2017.

Tomorrowland 2018 is shaping up to be the festival’s most jam-packed lineup yet, with recent additions Dua LipaNervoLil PumpSam Feldt Live, Rødhåd b2b ÂmeSlushii, and Steve Aoki joining an already monstrous bill. Stage hosts include Martin Garrix‘s STMPD RCRDS, Eric Prydz‘s Pryda Arena, Adam Beyer & Ida Engberg‘s Drumcode, Monstercat, and Charlotte De Witte‘s KNTXT techno concept.

The first weekend of Tomorrowland takes place July 20-22, and the second will take place the following week from July 27-29. View the full lineup by visiting Tomorrowland’s website.

Tomorrowland tickets are on sale now

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After drumming up excitement over the past few weeks with lineup announcements, general sale tickets for Tomorrowland 2018 are finally on sale.

The iconic Belgian festival added artists like Dua Lipa, Rødhåd b2b Âme, Pan-Pot just days ago, in addition to previous announcements of Alesso, Alison Wonderland, Prydz and many more.

Pre-sale tickets for the iconic Belgian festival sold out rapidly, and general admission tickets are sure to fly off the virtual shelves as well.

Tomorrowland will return to Boom, Belgium July 20–July 22 and July 27-July 29. For tickets and more information, visit the festival’s website.

Tomorrowland announces addition of Dua Lipa, Rødhåd b2b Âme, Pan-Pot, and more to lineup

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As the countdown to festival season continues, Tomorrowland has been gradually releasing the names that will grace the stages of one of the world’s most celebrated festivals. Along with the January announcements that brought on artists like Alesso, Alison Wonderland, Prydz, the Belgian festival has announced the addition of nearly 20 more artists to kick off February.

Tomorrowland 2018 lineup additions:

2ManyDJs

Armand van Helden

Bedouin

Curtis Alto

Dua Lipa

Henri PFR

Lil Pump

Nervo

Nora en Pure

Pan-Pot

Rødhåd b2b Âme

Roger Sanchez

Sam Feldt Live

Slushii

Steve Aoki

Sub Zero Project

Todd Terry

Underworld

Tomorrowland will return to Boom, Belgium July 20–July 22 and July 27-July 29. Tickets and travel packages are still available here.

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Alesso, Alison Wonderland, Prydz among artists added to Tomorrowland 2018 line-up

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Crowned recently as the world’s most celebrated social media event, Tomorrowland is ramping up for it’s 14th iteration with a bevy of announcements this month. For this year’s duly themed edition, dubbed “The Story of Planaxis,” expect to see spectacle performances from headliners Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Axwell / Ingrosso, Netsky, RL Grime, and a fresh new face in REZZ, along with specially-curated stages from Carl CoxJamie Jones, Tiësto, and Pryda.

The illustrious global gathering is known for showcasing the top talent in dance music, and 2018 is shaping up to be no different with the announcement of Alesso, Alison Wonderland, Ben Nicky, Coone, KAYZO, and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano.

Tomorrowland returns to Boom, Belgium from July 20–July 22 for its first weekend, revisiting from July 27-July 29 for its second. Tickets and travel packages are still available here.

Full the full list of Tomorrowland 2018 artist additions:

Andhim

Alesso

Alison Wonderland

Ben Nicky

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike

Recondite (live)

Mark with a K

Eric Prydz

Coone

Jamie Jones

Martin Solveig

Richie Hawtin

KAYZO

Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano

Tale Of Us

Vini Vici

French Montana

Yellow Claw

Tomorrowland announces stage hosts for 2018

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Tomorrowland’s gargantuan status as one of the globe’s most storied electronic music festivals continues to grow. The Belgian festival has officially announced its stage hosts for 2018 and the list is… extensive.

Featuring showcases like as Charlotte De Witte‘s KNTXT techno concept, Carl Cox‘s Cocoon, Damian Lazarus‘ Crosstown Rebels, Adam Beyer & Ida Engberg‘s Drumcode, Monstercat, Musical Freedom by Tiësto, Jamie Jones‘ Paradise showcase and a curated Pryda stage, the festival will play host to their most diverse range of curatorial leaders to date.

Tomorrowland continues to prove its ability to innovate through a commitment to offering up a unique programming experience and wildly expansive creative production.

Full List of Tomorrowland 2018 stage hosts:

Abracadabra

All Day I Dream

Age of Love

Anjunabeats

Anjunadeep

Ants

A State of Trance

Axtone

Barong Family

Bonzai

Cafeïna

Cocoon

Coincidence

Coone & The Gang

Crosstown Rebels presents Get Lost

Crystal Events

Dave Clarke & Fuse present

Diynamic

Drumcode

Floorfiller

Footworxx

Forma.T

Future Sound of Egypt

HELDEEP

High On House

HushHush

I Love The 90’s

Jacked

Ketaloco

Kozzmozz

KNTXT

Krankenhaus

Live Stage

Lost Frequencies & Friends

Loudness

Monstercat

Mosaic

Musical Freedom by Tiësto

My House

Nervo Nation

Nico Morano & Friends

Paradise

Potion

Pussy Lounge

Pryda

Psygathering

Q-dance

Radio Ultra Modern

Rampage

Robin Schulz & Friends

VII (Seven)

Smash the House

Sirkus

Sexy By Nature

Spectrum

Spinnin’

Star Warz

STMPD RCRDS

Trance Classics

Trance Energy

Trybe

The Masquerade by Claptone

Thunderdome

V Sessions

We Play House

Winterclubbing

Woody Weekend

 

Jauz – Feel the Volume (Ben Nicky Remix)

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“Feel The Volume” is undoubtedly one of the tracks that propelled Jauz into the forefront of the bass community. Despite being released in 2014, the track remains a favorite of remixers.

Ben Nicky has just released his take on “Feel the Volume,” and has completely transformed the drop and added psy elements to it. Ben Nicky commented on the remix.

“I was always a massive fan of the original and it was great fun putting a mad hard twist on this anthem. It’s also become one of my biggest tracks in my sets across the globe this year.”

Jauz has shown his support for the remix, and he even played it during his 2017 Tomorrowland set.

 

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Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike to reunite with Hardwell & Afrojack in surprise live show December 23, stream live

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It’s no secret that Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are keen on surprises. In the past, the two have welcomed Lost Frequencies, Steve Angelo, Armin Van Buuren, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, and more, in surprise stage appearances. Now, the duo has two surprises up their sleeves which will surely come as a shock to longtime fans: Hardwell will reportedly be joining DM&LM on stage December 23 at their Antwerp, Belgium show, with Afrojack joining the duo the night before.

Hardwell’s reunion with the duo marks an official burial of the parties’ longtime feud. The feud dates back to 2015 when DM&LM dethroned Hardwell in DJ Mag’s Top 100 DJ poll with the use of questionable methods. The two were said to have hired workers to wander festival grounds with iPads, asking attendees for their help in attaining the top spot in the poll.

Considering DM&LM’s relationship with Tomorrowland, the parties’ hatchet burial may also signify that Hardwell will see an inclusion in the upcoming line-up. Nonetheless, it’s an exciting development and display of integrity from two of electronic dance music’s hardest working purveyors.

It’s also been reported that Hardwell and the duo will debut a new track in during the show, and while its official release timeline has yet to have been confirmed outside of the show, if the live reunion hadn’t already signified, the new track surely points to a mended relationship between all parties.

DM&LM’s show with Hardwell on December 23 will live stream via the DV&LM YouTube and Facebook channels or here.

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Martin Garrix & David Guetta’s ‘So Far Away’ will no longer feature the vocals of Ellie Goulding

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When Martin Garrix premiered his unreleased track, “So Far Away,” with David Guetta, at Tomorrowland 2017, it became the most-talked-about event of the festival. However, the event apparently did not sit well with Ellie Goulding‘s management.

The track, featuring dual vocals of Goulding and Conor Maynard, was an instant main stage hit, with fans clamoring for an official release. Yet, rumors began circulating that Goulding would no longer be the vocalist on the track for reasons unclear. The reason has recently been uncovered via Garrix and Goulding’s Twitter exchanges. Due to Garrix’s premature and seemingly innocent on-stage premier, Goulding’s record label made the executive move to pull her vocals from the track — despite Goulding’s insistence that she was enamored with the track herself.

Garrix has since confirmed that the track will be coming out this Friday, December 1, regardless featuring vocals from Romy & Jamie Scott.

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Tomorrowland announces 2018 theme, dates

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On July 20-22 and 27-29, Tomorrowland 2018 will return to Belgium under the theme of “The Story of Planaxis.” While the meaning behind the theme is unknown for the time being, details are sure to emerge as registration dates approach.

Pre-registration begins Jan. 9, 2018. Global Journey sale begins Jan. 20. Worldwide pre-sale begins Jan. 27, with worldwide tickets on sale Feb. 3.

The 2017 event generated 77 million views on Snapchat, amassed 355 million minutes in YouTube views, and effectively reached 184 million people on Facebook. Tomorrowland’s reach as a major event, both physically and across social media, grows 2.4 times larger each year.

 

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Qulinez (feat. Kyle Reynolds) – Moving Pieces

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Qulinez is a Swedish electronic duo composed of Alexander Lager and Johannes Gustafsson who began their reign back in 2012 with their iconic song “Troll,” a club anthem to say the least. They have continued to completely revitalize the world of dance music with songs like “Hookah” and “Rising Like The Sun.” They’ve even signed to Steve Angello‘s Size Records and landed career-changing spots at world-renowned festivals, including Ministry of Sound, Marquee New York, Creamfields, and Tomorrowland.

Qulinez’s music has consistently been placed in some of the industry’s best and most respected DJ sets, including Calvin Harris, Dash Berlin, Paul van Dyk, and Don Diablo. As of 2016, Qulinez has inked an exclusive deal with the Amsterdam-based record company, Armada Music.

“Moving Pieces” is a standout in sonic nostalgic for the summer of 2017. Its beauty begins with Kyle Reynolds‘ stunning and welcoming vocals with cunning guitar licks. The drop introduces a deep bass that sits nicely alongside the percussion. The silky synth pads enhance a warm, rosy nostalgia throughout. 

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