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Tomorrowland’s Online Festival Will Feature a Predictably Massive Group of Artists: See the Lineup

Earlier in June, Tomorrowland announced Tomorrowland Around the World, a sprawling online festival set to happen June 25-27. (These three days would have been the second weekend of the annual Belgian mega-festival.)

Monday (June 15), the festival announced the lineup for the sprawling online event, and the group of participating artists is everything you’d expect from the world’s largest dance music festival.

The three-day livestream will feature more than 60 artists, including Amelie Lens, Armin van Buuren, Carnage, Charlotte de Witte, Dixon, Gryffin, Martin Garrix, San Holo, Tiësto, Tale of Us and many other musicians spanning techno, trance, trap, EDM, house, hardstyle and more. See the complete lineup below.

“Tomorrowland Around the World is a great opportunity for me to connect with my fans during these lockdown times,” van Buuren said in a statement, “and I hope that this will help everyone to hold on for a bit longer until we can party together on actual festival grounds again! Very delighted to be part of this ground-breaking event.”

Tomorrowland Around the World will feature eight stages and include the reveal of the 2020 mainstage, a marquee attraction of the festival. Additional activities will include games, workshops and educational talks on topics including lifestyle, food, fashion and the Tomorrowland Foundation, which focuses on charities working to help disadvantaged children. Fans can participate via a PC, laptop, smartphone or tablet, with no VR equipment necessary.

The festival is also one of the first livestreams to charge an admission price, with one-day passes going for $13 and a two-day passes costing $22. (The two-day price includes a week of video-on-demand content from the event.) Tomorrowland Around the World will broadcast from 9 a.m – 7 p.m EST, with “time-zone-friendly” options for people tuning in from North and South American and Asia.

Tomorrowland Around the World Lineup: 

Adam Beyer
Adriatique
Afrojack
Alan Walker
Amelie Lens
Andrew Rayel
ANNA
Armin van Buuren
Bassjackers
B Jones
Carnage
Cat Dealers
Cellini
Charlotte de Witte
Claptone
Coone
Da Tweekaz
David Guetta
D-Block & S-te-fan
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
Dixon
Don Diablo
EDX
Eptic
Fedde Legrand
Gryffin
Jack Back
Joris Voorn
Joyhauser
Klingande
Kölsch
Laidback Luke
DJ Licious
Lost Frequencies
Marlo
Martin Garrix
Modestep
Mr Pig
NERVO
Netsky
NGHTMRE
NWYR
Oliver Heldens
Patrice Baumel
Paul Kalkbrenner
Ran – D
Regard
Reinier Zonneveld
Robin Schulz
San Holo
Solardo
Stephan Bodzin
Steve Aoki
Sub Zero Project
Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
Tale of Us
Tiësto
Timmy Trumpet
Vini Vici
Vintage Culture
Wildstylez
Yellow Claw
Yves Deruyter
Yves V

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