After the success of its 2020 virtual event, Tomorrowland 2021 announced that it will be hosting another virtual festival this summer.
In a statement shared with Billboard, Michiel Beers, co-founder of Tomorrowland, said that the festival was “positive” about this year’s event, despite the “very complex situation,” and that plans were underway for the second installment of Tomorrowland Around The World coming this July.
After its in-person event was slated for July, organizers of the world-renowned music festival confirmed recently that its in-person 2021 edition will be rescheduled to August 27-29 (for weekend one) and September 3-5 (for weekend two) in Boom, Belgium.
Due to its cancellation last year, Tomorrowland debuted the first-ever all-virtual festival, Tomorrowland Around The World, which garnered over one million ticketed viewers. The two-day digital event featured eight stages and over 60 artists that included the likes of Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Katy Perry, Martin Garrix, Paul Kalkbrenner, Tiesto, and many more. Due to the success of the event, the festival will be returning with its virtual edition in 2021.
Hailed as “the best festival in the world,” Tomorrowland welcomes over 400,000 attendees to its festival held in Boom, Belgium every year. For additional information on Tomorrowland, please visit its official website