On 25 (Saturday) and 26 (Sunday) July, Tomorrowland is organising Tomorrowland Around the World, a digital festival.

Tomorrowland cannot take place in 2020 due to the worldwide coronavirus outbreak and the governmental order that has been issued in that regard.

Instead, the virtual entertainment experience is open to people of all ages and places across the globe. Bringing together more than 60 of the world’s most prominent artists in dance music with special effects and 3D-technology, Tomorrowland has announced its stellar line-up for the two-day festival weekend. 

Among the performers are Adam Beyer, Amelie Lens, Armin van Buuren, Charlotte de Witte, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Kölsch, Lost Frequencies, Martin Garrix, Paul Kalkbrenner, Steve Aoki, Tale of Us, Tiësto, and Timmy Trumpet. The full line-up can be found here.

On top of releasing its full line-up, Tomorrowland is giving a sneak preview into the dazzling new Tomorrowland location it has been crafting over the past few months. More special guests and friends of Tomorrowland will be announced later; ticket sales start on Thursday 18 June here.

Tomorrowland Around the World will offer a packed schedule and is using the cutting-edge technology in 3D design, video production, gaming and special effects to bring together 8 different stages, including the iconic Mainstage that gives a first introduction into the magical world of ‘The Reflection of Love – Chapter 1’, plenty of signature Tomorrowland stages such as Atmosphere, Core and Freedom Stage, joined by 3 new stages, which have been specially created and designed by the creative team and 3D artists behind Tomorrowland. 

Festival visitors will be able to navigate easily through a magical and newly created Tomorrowland location with a PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet – you don’t need special VR goggles – and explore the entire festival site in an interactive way together with friends. Besides the performances there will be all kinds of interactive experiences to choose from, including inspirational webinars, games and workshops related to lifestyle, food, fashion and the Tomorrowland Foundation.

Essential information:

  •         Saturday 25 July and Sunday 26 July, 2020.
  •         Between 16h00–01h00 CEST (4:30 hours behind Yangon).
  •         ‘Time-zone-friendly’ for visitors from Asia and North and South America.
  •         Open for people of all ages and places.
  •         Accessible exclusively on tomorrowland.com.
  •         Ticket sales start on Thursday 18 June via tomorrowland.com.
  •         Day ticket costs €12.50.
  •         Weekend ticket costs €20.00 and includes a week of video-on-demand content to relive the entire experience.
  •         Special People of Tomorrow packages and Home Party packages will be available.

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