Tomorrowland has seriously done it again. The world popular music festival has officially released its 2020 lineup and we couldn’t be any happier with it. This year’s lineup features talented artists such as Illenium, Nervo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Garrix, Infected Mushroom, Oliver Heldens, Armin Van Buuren, and many more. You can check
Tomorrowland has been making headlines over the past few weeks, and now the festival has dropped perhaps the most newsworthy information yet. The Boom, Belgium-based event has released the full 2020 lineup one day after teasing that Eric Prydz‘s HOLOSPHERE live show was set to return to this year’s iteration of the festival.
Last year, Tomorrowland celebrated its 15th anniversary, and this year’s lineup is as momentous as the last. In addition to releasing the artists who will be playing, Tomorrowland has given a detailed breakdown of which artists will be featured on which stage by event day. This can be viewed here.
Highlights of the weekend include NGHTMRE going back-to-back with Jauz, Illenium, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, Camelphat, and more. A few acts, including Armin van Buuren, will be playing multiple times throughout each weekend, just on different stages for each performance.
Unfortunately for Swedish House Mafia fans, the trio will not be there. However, Axwell will be playing a solo set.
Worldwide pre-registration for all Tomorrowland tickets and Dreamville packages is open now.
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Festival season is right around the corner and that means that Tomorrowland will soon be approaching. Today, the world popular music festival has announced that the official lineup announcement will take place tomorrow at 12 PM CET (6 AM EST/3 AM PST). This will be the full lineup, meaning that there will be no need
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Tomorrowland is steadily releasing more information about the 2020 iteration of the festival. Global Journey packages are now on sale, and stage hosts for the festival have officially been announced. Now, the event’s latest announcement reveals Eric Prydz will be bringing his boundary-pushing HOLOSPHERE to Boom, Belgium for this year’s festival.
Last year, Prydz debuted his EPIC 6.0 Show at Tomorrowland, so introducing new concepts and debuting major shows at the festival is not a new practice for the veteran producer. The weekend Prydz will be bringing HOLOSPHERE to Tomorrowland this year has yet to be announced. In addition to Tomorrowland, Prydz is set to play his only 2020 show in London at Printworks. Worldwide pre-registration for all Tomorrowland tickets and Dreamville packages is open now.
Tomorrowland has unveiled its stage host lineup for the 2020 edition. The announcement arrives shortly after Global Journey packages for the Belgium festival went on sale on January 18. Celebrating its milestone 15th anniversary in 2019, the electronic affair recently extended its contract another 15 years up through 2034.
This year’s theme, The Reflection of Love will see a diversity of trailblazers take on curation with a particular emphasis on underground tastes. Host favorites include UK party legend Carl Cox as well as techno heavyweight Adam Beyer‘s Drumcode, masked house aficionado Claptone‘s The Masquerade. The roster also features Sven Väth‘s Cocoon, Amelie Lens‘ Exhale party, Afterlife, A State of Trance, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano’s Sexy by Nature, and more. The 2020 rendition welcomes the return of Q-Dance and Glitterbox in hosting their respective sub-genres— hardstyle and disco.
Tomorrowland 2020 takes place over weekends July 17–19 and July 24–26. Worldwide pre-sale for all ticket tiers and Dreamville packages go on sale Saturday, January 25. Register here.
Tomorrowland is one of the most widely anticipated music festivals of the year, returning to Boom, Belgium for its fifteenth year this July. Now, tickets for the Global Journey package are officially on sale. The Global Journey packages include a Tomorrowland ticket, hotel and/or DreamVille accommodations, with or without transport.
The worldwide pre-sale will kick off in the coming weeks, so fans just looking for a ticket will be able to purchase starting February 1. Ticket sales come fresh off the heels of a major extension for Tomorrowland, as Boom has extended its contract with the event through 2034. Tomorrowland is set to take place over two weekends this year. The first weekend will be July 17 – 19 with the second weekend running July 24 – 26.
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Since 2005, Tomorrowland has been blazing a path for electronic music fans all over the world. This past October, the iconic festival celebrated its 15th anniversary year with a special performance at ADE.
The Amsterdam event, called Our Story, featured a lineup that included Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Steve Aoki, The Bloody Beetroots, GOOSE, Netsky, and M.I.K.E. These chart-topping names were joined by members of the Metropole Orchestra, who added a whole new dimension to tracks like van Buuren’s “This Is What It Feels Like” and countless others over the course of the two-and-a-half-hour performance.
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Tomorrowland celebrates its 15th birthday in 2019, but fans can now expect 15 more as the bucket-list topping festival just extended its contract with its annual host, the town of Boom, Belgium.
The first 15 years of Tomorrowland’s story have seen the European massive literally multiply in size. In 2019, the Belgian massive brought an estimated 400,000 attendees from around the world, nearly 50 times more than the 9,000 who partied at the festival’s inaugural edition.
With Tomorrowland bringing so much global attention in addition to its renowned lineups each year, the festival was able to renegotiate aspects of its contract with the Boom government. As such, the town will lower its tax on Tomorrowland a total of 14 percent, from €3.50 per day per person to just €3. Tomorrowland has taken place at De Schorre Estate since its inception, and according to event spokesman Debby Wilmsen, “Boom and De Schorre are part of the long-term vision that we have with the festival.”
Tomorrowland 2020 is a two-weekend event, first taking place on July 17 – 19 before returning the following week, July 24 – 26. Ticket registration for 2020 is now open.
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Sure, mid-December is firmly in the thick of the holidays, but it also means that spring festival season is right around the corner. Serving that reminder this week is the announcement of Tomorrowland 2020’s upcoming ticket sales. Fans of the Belgium-based massive can start planning next year’s trip to Dreamville as the earliest phase of tickets go on sale January 18, 2020.
Sales for the global journey travel package begin on January 18, and are mostly inclusive, incorporating travel from larger cities in the region into the experience. For those just looking for a ticket to the festival, as well as a stay in Dreamville, WorldWide pre-sale begins on January 25. However, those who are interested in the early stages of ticket availability should create an account and pre-register on Tomorrowland’s website here (note: being pre-registered does not guarantee a ticket).
Additionally, Tomorrowland has two options for tickets titled First 20 and Surprise Tickets. As the name implies, the former gives the first 20 registrants from each country the option to secure four Tomorrowland tickets before the Worldwide Sale begins on the January 25. On the other hand, the Surprise Tickets will allow attendees to purchase a mystery-tiered ticket, which they won’t receive details of until days before the festival.
Tomorrowland recently announced that 2020’s theme
will be The Reflection of Love, see the teaser below.
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A maniacal mixture is brewing on the Halloween event series horizon. This year, New York’s tried-and-true event architects, DEG Presents, are partnering with DJ Mag’s champion duo, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Tomorrowland for a one-night-only three-pronged production of unearthly proportions. The duo parade into the city with their recently pocketed winning title as the world’s number one DJ’s voted by DJ Mag, swiping the reigning spot from multi-year defendant Martin Garrix at this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event.
On November 2, Tomorrowland’s Garden of Madness will make its auspicious US debut, converging with DEG’s Fearhouse event series—all under Vegas and Mike’s beguiling behalf at the New York Expo Center. It will be the solitary US showing of its kind, among the most populated and production-propelled Halloween destinations in the Big Apple.
In support of the Belgian twosome, organizers have secured Knife Party, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Gianluca Vacci, and Matt Medved, to adorn the night in ample aural unrest until the early hours of November 3.
For ticket-holders hankering for further blood coagulation come the fateful night, the event will also harbor a 10,000-square foot pop-up installment of NYC’s renowned Blood Manor. They plan to pack the sinful structure with their signature “themed rooms, corridors, and a labyrinth of passageways designed to to maximize ones fears.”
Tickets to this tantalizing terminal are sure to sell with eerie expedience. Secure them here.
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