Tomorrowland 2020: line-up, how and where to watch online
All the information you need on how to experience the first digital edition of Tomorrowland this weekend, 25-26 July.
With the summer festival season halted by the coronavirus crisis, one of Europe’s most popular gatherings, Tomorrowland, is set to go digital with a spectacular event this weekend, the likes of which has never been seen before.
First held in 2005, the electronic dance music (EDM) festival is among the biggest music events in the world, which last year brought together some 400,000 dancers in the aptly named town of Boom in Belgium.
This year, like every year, Tomorrowland’s organisers had compiled a stellar line-up of the biggest names in EDM, including Armin van Burren, Carl Cox, Steve Aoki, Tiesto and David Guetta.
However, it came as no surprise when this year’s festival was cancelled on 15 April, as the coronavirus pandemic was at its peak in Europe. But all is not lost for festival goers, as the innovative organisers have launched Tomorrowland Around the World: The Digital Festival.
One more day until Tomorrowland 2020. @davidguetta is ready to bring his energy to the Mainstage of Tomorrowland Around the World. Get your ticket now at: https://t.co/56O4G2BX8r pic.twitter.com/vxE8hrrvB0— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) July 24, 2020
Live streaming has become the norm in these troubled times for artists and fans starved of live experiences. And Tomorrowland Around the World promises to be an extravaganza of EDM’s finest talents, who will beam their beats around the world to ticketholders for the digital festival, which takes place over the course of this weekend, Saturday, 25 July and Sunday, 26 July.
Tomorrowland Around the World is set to be a fully-immersive digital festival experience, with eight separate stages featuring a total of 60 artists, chat rooms, games, webinars, interactive meetings, and DJ workshops.
How to get a ticket for Tomorrowland Around the World 2020
Naturally, fans who had already bought a ticket for Tomorrowland 2020 have been granted access to the digital edition, and can enter using their Tomorrowland account by going to the event’s official website.
Those without tickets to the original event can also buy tickets to the digital edition. After clicking “Buy Tickets” upon entering the official website, fans can chose from a number of ticket options:
- Weekend Ticket (€20)
- Saturday Ticket (€12.50)
- Sunday Ticket (€12.50)
- Home Party Ticket (€50)
- Relive Ticket (€12.50)
Relive ticket holders will be able to watch all performances on demand for one week from July 27 until August 3. This ticket will be available as from Sunday, 26 July, 16:00 CEST. Weekend ticket and Home Party ticket holders will also receive free Relive tickets.
Tomorrowland Around the World 2020: Line Up
(all times are Central European Summer Time, CEST)
Saturday, 25 July highlights:
Adam Beyer (20:05 - 21:05)
Charlotte de Witte (21:05 - 22:00)
Katy Perry (21:50 - 22:05)
Stephan Bodzin (22:00 - 22:55)
Steve Aoki (22:45 - 23:25)
Armin Van Burren (23:25 - 00:15)
Sunday, 26 July highlights:
Patrice Baumel (19:00 - 20:00)
Don Diablo (20:15 - 21:00)
Timmy Trumpet (21:00 - 21:40)
Tiesto (22:20 - 23:00)
David Guetta (23:00 - 00:00)
Amelie Lens (23:00 - 00:00)
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