Tomorrowland is back! Planet Earth’s largest EDM festival has returned with over 30 different stages and way too many artists for me to even count.
While the main-stage has no shortage of superstars from KSHMR to Steve Angelo to Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Martin Garrix and more, the rest of the lineup also features an obscene amount of talent spread out across a wide variety of artist curated and label stages in addition to the regular festival curated stages.
The first day will feature 9 stages in addition to the main stage with curated ones such as Laidback Luke’s label Super You & Me, a trance stage featuring Aly & Fila and Gouryella (Ferry Corsten), Jamie Jones presents Paradise, and perhaps the most anticipated show of all: the Eric Prydz and Deadmau5 b2b on the mau5trap stage.
A quick glance over at the day 2 lineup will tell you that Tomorrowland’s upped its game to 13 stages on the day including mainstage. While Axwell Λ Ingrosso, The Chainsmokers, and the rest of their mainstage cohorts will draw most of the attention Axwell’s Axtone stage, the Lost Frequencies curated stage, hardstyle Q-Dance stage, Adam Beyer led Kozzmozz techno stage, and more should give you a wide variety of other sounds to explore.
Sunday sees another 12 unique stages bringing our total count for the three-day festival up to an amazing 33 different stages. The Barong Family stage would probably be one of my go-to stages with a huge bass lineup led by Jauz, San Holo, and even a NGHTMRE vs. Slander set. For fans of lighter house music, Bakermat has curated one of the best deep tropical house stages for Bakermat and friends including Sam Feldt, Matoma, and Michael Calfan.
The festival takes place Friday July 22nd to Sunday July 24th in Boom, Belgium, and if you haven’t yet purchased tickets I’m sorry to say that it’s completely sold out so you’ll be stuck at home with me.