As a regular edition of the Tomorrowland music festival cannot be organized because of the coronavirus this summer, the organizers will organize a digital edition on the last weekend of July.
Initially, the festival was set to take place over the last two weekends of July, but the digital alternative, called “Tomorrowland around the world,” will only take place during the last weekend of the month, on 25 and 26 July from 3:00 PM to 1:00 AM on both days. People will be able to use their computer, smartphone or tablet to navigate the digital festival terrain, and discover the new music of their favorite DJs.
The digital version of the festival will have eight different stages, including the classics Atmosphere, Core, Freedom and Elixir, and three new stages specially designed for the digital version. The iconic main stage, that Tomorrowland is famous for, will also be present.
The names of the DJs who will perform will not be announced until 15 June.
Tickets for one day cost €12.5, and €20 for both days. If you choose a two-day ticket, you will have access to the festival environment for another week, and will be able to revisit things. Tickets will go on sale from 18 June.