Tomorrowland 2021 is considering postponing its event to August as the event nears closer to its scheduled dates on July 16-18 and July 23-25.

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike Live At Tomorrowland 2019

According to the Belgian outlet Gazet Van Antwerpen, Tomorrowland 2021 is reportedly looking at various alternatives should the event not be able to continue as programmed due to COVID-19.  This includes potentially postponing the back-to-back July weekends to the end of August and the beginning of September.

“A shift of the date is possible, a different interpretation of the festival is also possible, with more or fewer stages or acts.”

Debby Wilmsen, Tomorrowland spokesperson.

This announcement comes after Tomorrowland canceled its event in 2020 and held virtual substitutes, Tomorrowland Around The World in July and Tomorrowland New Year’s Eve on December 31. Both events were hailed by fans and featured a massive range of music acts that included  Armin van Buuren, Charlotte de Witte, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DiploFedde Le Grand, Katy Perry, Lost Frequencies, Major Lazer, Martin Garrix, DJ Snoopadelic,  Steve Aoki, Tiësto, Timmy Trumpet and more.

Hailed as “the best festival in the world” Tomorrowland welcomes over 400,000 attendees to its festival held in Boom, Belgium every year.  The desirable music event sells out within minutes as thousands of people from different countries travel to the event to see some of the biggest electronic music acts in the world.  For additional information on Tomorrowland, please visit its official website.