Organizers of the world-renowned Tomorrowland music festival confirmed its 2021 edition will be rescheduled to August 27-29 (for weekend one) and September 3-5 (for weekend two) in Boom, Belgium.

Originally slated for July 16-18 and July 23-25, the event sent out an email to festival-goers stating, 

“Tomorrowland’s regular festival weekends, at the end of July, will probably arrive too soon this year because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Tomorrowland hopes that the situation will improve by the end of the summer.

The festival organization is grateful to be working so closely and positively with the local & national governments and experts. Any decision and guidelines about outdoor events that will be taken in the upcoming months, will be followed.

Tomorrowland expects to come back with a detailed update in May. For now, it will keep working hard to realize the most beautiful & safest festival.”

On Tomorrowland’s official website, organizers expanded in writing, “We want to stay positive and hopeful towards an unforgettable end of summer of 2021, but realize that there is also a chance the 16th edition of Tomorrowland could take place in 2022.” 

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.