First look at Tomorrowland 2018 mainstage (and more) [SPOILER photos]

With Tomorrowland 2018 just around the corner, works at the most famous venue in the world are on their way and the first photos have started to appear on the web. Please, be aware that this article contains spoilers!

UPDATE 07-19-2018 Tomorrowland main stage up and ready for the madness!

Tomorrowland 2018 mainstage finished
Tomorrowland 2018 mainstage finished

UPDATE 07-18-2018 Photo from the Tomorrowland main stage almost finished

Tomorrowland 2018 mainstage work in progress

UPDATE 07-17-2018 Last photo from the Tomorrowland main stage

Tomorrowland 2018 mainstage work in progress

UPDATE 07-14-2018 New photos of the Mainstage that is taking shape.

Tomorrowland 2018 mainstage work in progress
Tomorrowland 2018 mainstage work in progress
Tomorrowland 2018 mainstage work in progress

51.091637, 4.384476 are, more or less, the coordinates of, probably, the most famous dancefloor in the world. We’re talking about Tomorrowland in Boom, Belgium, that, with exactly two weeks from the opening of the gates, has started to show its face.

We know that, since the first announcement and all the trailer, teaser, the main concept of this year will be the underwater world of Planaxis. We can expect all sort of magic underwater creatures and structures. the main stage, of course, will follow this patch and, with the latest pic appeared online it seems it will be a massive coral reef or something very similar.

Have a first look at Tomorrowland 2018 mainstage (and more)

As usual, Reddit’s users have started to make theories. There’s who hypothesizes that the DJ box will be in a submarine, who says that there will be a huge seahorse in the middle of the stage, others were talking about a giant Aquarius on the stage and so on (full discussion). We are almost sure that there will be a lot of water games going on on the stage and around the festival.

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