For most, we’re back on the grind. School, work, year-long vacation, whatever your life entails. The past few months have been teeming with festivals left and right. Some weekends having festival conflicts that almost made us shed a tear. Per usual though, events like EDC Las Vegas, Electric Forest, Tomorrowland, HARD Summer, and more blew all expectations out of the water and locked in yet another year of fantastic music, times, and friends.
Although these momentous events have seen their 2015 editions close, a few highly-anticipated festivals are still gearing up for their annual installments, and TomorrowWorld is undeniably on the top of our list. With two years down and heading into their third, TomorrowWorld has been pulling out all the stops this year to ensure that it is even better than the past two. Nevertheless, the astonishing fact about TomorrowWorld is that many veteran attendees are actually headed back for their second if not third time, including us. Many newbies will ask, “why would you go back to the same festival for three years in row?” We’re here to answer this question.
TomorrowWorld isn’t just a festival, it isn’t just three days in the Chattahoochee Hills of Georgia, and it isn’t just for dance music fans. It’s much more. For one, the music each year is absolutely insane. Not only does TomorrowWorld bring the biggest and best talent to their festival, but they are very selective in their choices of which artists to book because they are trying to create an experience for everybody. Let’s take this year for example.
The headliners go across the dance spectrum. From big room juggernauts like Hardwell and Kaskade to bass dignitaries like Borgore and Bassnectar to underground kings like Jamie Jones and Pete Tong to tropical house pioneer Thomas Jack, the headliners alone bring a plethora of options. Outside of these big names, there are stages for hardstyle fans like the Q-Dance stage, It’s A Trap! stage for those in love of their 808s, Full On! with Ferry Corsten for the trance family, and more. But this isn’t the first year TomorrowWorld has curated a stellar lineup. Previous year’s have seen various stages invade Georgia like Skrillex’s OWSLA Stage, Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Stage, Bakermat’s Blue Flame stage, and too many more.
Outside of the A-list talent, the People of Tomorrow hold a special place in our hearts. TomorrowWorld fosters community. From the sea of blue tents in DreamVille to the DreamVille activities to the hundreds of feet of green grass for you to meander from stage to stage, TomorrowWorld is all about people discovering new friendships and forming life-long bonds in nature and with music.
This connection is also brought on by the fantastical atmosphere and decor. Regardless if you believe me or not, the colorful, mystical scenery does create an environment where people are the most open and only those that have attended TomorrowWorld or Tomorrowland can understand. Even if you don’t like magic-themed environments, the shear feeling of the Chattahoochee Hills and the decor play off each other to make you feel like you are entirely removed from the world. I know it sounds cheesy, but once you head to TomorrowWorld, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.
Finally, we’re headed back to TomorrowWorld for the overall experience. The ID&T festival puts all of their effort into making every single aspect of the three-day event as perfect as possible, whether its your tent in DreamVille to the stage design of the Main Stage to the people they hire to welcome you into the festival. Although the VIP section is glamorous and you will be treated like royalty, General Admission will have you feeling some way unlike every before and we guarantee that.
We could go on and on about more reasons why we’re going back to TomorrowWorld, but all you need to know is that we are. Don’t wait any longer as TomorrowWorld is well under two weeks away. The last tickets still remain here.