That’s just 24 minutes longer than it took for last year to sell out. However, last year there was only one weekend, so that means demand was higher than ever.
The lineup for Tomorrowland keeps on growing! Here are the new additions:
Phase 2: Afrojack, Andy C, Art Department, Bonzai All Stars, DJ Snake, Joris Voorn, Ken Ishii, Kollektiv Turmstrausse, Krewella, Lauren Lane, Loco Dice, Lost Frequencies, Maceo Plex, Mark Knight, Martin Garrix, Martin Solveig, Matthias Tanzmann, Nicole Moudaber, Radical Redemption, Seven Lions, Sven Väth, Technasia, The Magician, Yellow Claw and Zatox.
Phase 3: Adam Beyer, Alan Fitzpatrick, Alan Walker, Ben Klock, Charlotte De Witte, Cherry Moon Live, Coone, Da Tweekaz, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Dixon, H.O.S.H., Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Kaskade, Laidback Luke, M.I.K.E. Push, Nicky Romero, Richie Hawtin, Robin Shulz, Rodhad, Slushii, Steve Aoki, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, Tale of Us, Umek.
Phase 4: Adriatique, Alesso, Aly and Fila, AME, Andrea Olivia, Brennan Heart, David Guetta, DVSI, Excision, Kungs, Len Faki, Mano Le Tough, Markus Schulz, Maya Jane Coles, MK, Nervo, Ricardo Villalobos, Svenson & Gielen, Tchami, Tube & Berger, VAAL, W&W, wAFF, Yves V.
The lineup for Tomorrowland may seem like it takes forever to get here, but it’s actually already started to leak. The festival just launched a YouTube video revealing the first phase of artists.
Here’s who’s included:
- Alison Wonderland
- Armin van Buuren
- Axwell Ingrosso
- Chris Liebing
- Dave Clark
- Eats Everything
- Edu Imbernon
- Eric Prydz
- Flux Pavilion
- Hard Driver
- Nic Fanciulli
- Oliver Heldens
- Paul Kalkbrenner
- Paul van Dyk
- Roger Sanchez
- Sub Zero Project
Take a look at the video announcement:
So far, so good! There are bound to be more big names revealed in the next couple of weeks, but Tomorrowland is off to a good start.
Tomorrowland will be taking place in Boom, Belgium, from July 21-23 and July 28-30 of this year. The theme is “Amicorum Spectaculum,” which is Latin for “show of friends.” From their advertising so far, it seems to have a very vaudevillian, old-time feel. It’s like we’re going to open up a cabinet of curiosities, and who knows what we’ll find?