Tomorrowland is now considered one of the worlds most iconic festivals with this years tickets selling out in record time. Its believed approx. 200,000 people will be venturing to Europe stretching from Friday 26 to Sunday 28 July and Youtube will be streaming all the action live.
The three day festival will include some of the biggest names in the music industry such as Tiesto, Hardwell, Avicii, Arman Van Buuren, David Guetta, Afrojack and Nicky Romero.
Tomorroland will be streamed from 9PM to 2AM CEST each day of the festival
While the Splendour festival is getting all the festies excited down under, Tomorrowland is getting the festies excited up north, after announcing it’s theme earlier this week called “The Arising of Life”.
Now don’t fret, the theme isn’t as philosophical as you think…well maybe a tad, think of it more as a subjective theme. Anyway, as seen in the picture above, the festival has gone for a more fantasy-based theme with the deep yet popular proverb tagline: “Yesterday is History. Today is a Gift. Tomorrow is a Mystery.” If the theme set will be similar to that of last year’s gig, this one will be even more epic along with the headliners including Avicii, Armin van Buuren and David Guetta! Consider yourselves lucky ticketholders!
The festival has also promoted the theme through a tv commercial which you can view here.
So whether you’re swaying away at Splendour or moshing it up at Tomorrowland, one thing is certain. The world will be one big festival party in the last week of July! Bring. It. On.
There is nothing better than going to a festival that presents a line up of great standout performers. We as Australians love all types of music, in saying that, we produce festivals that will cater to all types of music such as the Big Day Out, Splendour in the Grass and the Future Music Festival. There are so many festivals around the world, we as Australians are not aware off. Here are the 15 epic festival locations you need to plan your next holiday around.
15. Echo Festival, Croatia
14. Golden Plains Festival, Australia
13. Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide Festival, France
12. Meadows In The Mountains Festival, Bulgaria
11. Rhythm and Vines, New Zealand
10. Mysteryland, Chile
9. Taico Club, Japan
8. Ultra Music Festival, Croatia
7. Coachella, USA
6. Fuji Rock Festival, Japan
5. Tomorrowland, Belgium
4. Exit Festival, Serbia
3. Hideout festival, Croatia
2. Sasquatch! Festival, USA
1. Burning Man, USA
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The Facebook page for Tomorrowland Australia 2014 has attracted over 45 000 fans and brought hope to the southern hemisphere fans of EDM.
However, if the opportunity to meet & greet with Daft Punk isn’t enough to believe its fake, it has been confirmed that Tomorrowland has no plans to come down under.
Full story here @ inthemix.com.au.
The younger brother of the infamous ‘Tomorrowland’ has released its first lineup. Tomorrowworld has jumped pond to debut in America, and has collected a fine first release to do so. With the likes of Axwell, Savoy & Nit Grit headline the first release, it is shaping up as one festival that’s going on everyone’s ‘DONT MISS’ list.