On June 15, Tomorrowland 2020 announced “Around the World,” a special interactive and virtual event, which is scheduled to be held over two days on July 25 and 26 between 16h00–01h00 CEST (10 am EST – 7 pm EST).

Boasting a massive lineup of sixty electronic dance music acts, “Around the World” will be hosting a plethora of artists across its eight stages. Each stage will premiere brand new music and video content from the world’s best artists and a large portion of fireworks and laser shows characteristic of Tomorrowland. Tickets to experience this event will be released for sale on June 18.  Weekend Tickets, Day Tickets, and Home Party Tickets will be available to the public.

Tomorrowland Around the World – Our new home

Included in the lineup announcement will be performances by (listed alphabetically): Adam Beyer, Adriatique, Afrojack, Alan Walker, Amelie Lens, Andrew Rayel, Anna, Armin van Buuren, B Jones, Bassjackers, Carnage, Cat Dealers, Cellini, Charlotte De Witte, Claptone, Coone, D-Block and S-TE-FAN, Da Tweekaz, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Dixon, DJ Licous, Don Diablo, EDX, Eptic, Fedde Le Grand, Gryffin, Jack Back, Joris Voorn, Joyhauser, Klingande, Kolsch, Laidback Luke, Lost Frequences, Marlo, Martin Garrix, Modestep, Mr. Pig, NERVO, Netsky, NIGHTMRE, NWYR, Oliver Heldens, Patrice Baumel, Paul Kalkbrenner, Ran-D, Regard, Reinier Zonneveld, Robin Schulz, San Holo, Solardo, Staphan Bodzin, Steve Aoki, Sub Zero Project, Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, Tale of Us, Tiesto, Timmy Trumpet, Vini Vici, Vintage Culture, Wildstylez, Yellow Claw, Yves Deruyer, and Yves V.

Tomorrowland 2020 full lineup

In a statement regarding “Around The World” Dimitri Vegas (from the renowned duo Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike) said, 

“We’ve deliberately been holding out on doing livestreams as we wanted this to be really special. We had the opportunity to see the stage designs of the digital festival and it will be nothing like the world has ever seen. It’s truly an immersive and unique experience and surpasses any expectations someone can have when they hear the term ‘virtual festival’. People are just not ready for what they are about to see. We can’t wait!”

Dimitri Vegas

Tomorrowland regrettably announced in a statement back in April that it would not be holding its world renowned festval due to the worldwide Coronavirus outbreak. However, instead, this virtual live stream will be considered its fifteenth edition of the event.

For next year’s sixteenth installent, Tomorrowland 2021 is set to be held over two weekends on July 16-18 and on July 23-25.  Tomorrowland is regarded as one of the most desirable festivals in the world.  Hailing with massive lineups of the most sought after electronic dance music artists, the festival also has a massive following of attendees from around the world that provide the festival with an eclectic and an undeniably unified experience.

For more more information about the event including the full lineup per stage, please visit the festival’s official webpage at the following link: Tomorrowland.com.  For further announcements and updates, fans can follow the festival on its social media accounts.