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A complete guide to Tomorrowland Around the World, the digital festival

Tickets, access, lineup, stages, timetable, how to access, how to watch and even more information is featured in our guide

Only some weeks ago the legendary Belgian festival, Tomorrowland, has announced a brand new experience called Tomorrowland Around the World, the digital festival, a virtual festival in the response to the reschedule of the main festival because of the pandemic.

But, let’s start from the beginning: how we got to the point that Tomorrowland has been forced to plan a virtual festival? With the announcement of a global pandemic of COVID-19 (SARS-CoV-2) by the WHO in the early March, most of the biggest music festivals and events around the world have started to reschedule or postpone. First, it has been the turn of Ultra Miami, forced to move its come back to Bayfront Park to the next year and, after that, like a domino every music festival and events have followed. Tomorrowland’s main event in Belgium has been one of that, forced to postpone the 2020 edition next year but, despite letting fans with nothing, Tomorrowland will deliver what is planned to be the biggest and greatest electronic music virtual event of all time.

What’s Tomorrowland Around the World, the digital festival?

It is a unique online pay-per-view experience; running for 9 hours per day with a focus on music and entertainment, visitors will discover the brand-new theme “The Reflection of Loveand the new festival location. Featuring a magical 3D map, you can discover unseen stages and an endless list of surprises from the commodity of your home.

The festival won’t offer only stunning performances from the biggest artists; there will be a wide offer of activities, webinars, workshops, games, and other interactive entertainment.  Tomorrowland Around the World will include state-of-the-art video and entertainment technologies combined into one dazzling spectacle.

When and where the festival will take place?

Tomorrowland Around The World takes place on Saturday, July 25th, and Sunday, July 26th, 2020. The event starts at 16:00 and ends at 01:00 CEST. Because it’s a virtual festival, the event is online, and to access you need to have your ticket bought on your Tomorrowland account.

As the festival is a worldwide event, extra ‘timezone-friendly’ viewing options available. This means that you won’t need to wake up in the middle of the night to join it as there will be a ‘time-zone-friendly’ view option for visitors from Asia and North- and South America. The event is global and it means there are no country limitations. More info about the timezone here.

Do I need a VR headset or some fancy hardware to join the festival?

No! Besides a Tomorrowland account and the ticket, you just need a device like a laptop, computer, smartphone, smart tv or tablet, and a stable internet connection. We suggest using a big screen device such as a PC/laptop connected to a TV with a sound amplifier or a great sound system to enjoy the festival at its best.

How many stages are there at Tomorrowland Around the World?

The festival will feature a total of 8 stages that include: the Mainstage, Atmosphere, CORE, the Cave, the Moose Bar, The Wall, Elixir, and Freedom. Below you can find a photo of the mainstage. The Atmosphere stage will be taken over by Tale of UsAfterlife on Friday featuring Dixon and Stephan Boldzin as well.

What’s the lineup and the timetable?

Expect to be able to see and hear the most in-demand electronic artist around the world; the full lineup includes Adam Beyer, Adriatique, Afrojack, Alan Walker, Amelie Lens, Andrew Rayel, ANNA, Armin van Buuren, B Jones, Bassjackers, Carnage, Cat Dealers, Cellini, Charlotte de Witte, Claptone, Coone, D-Block & S-te-Fan, Da Tweekaz, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Dixon, DJ Licious, Don Diablo, EDX, Eptic, Fedde Le Grand, Frank Mellemans, Gryffin, Jack Back, Joris Voorn, Joyhauser, Kölsch, Klingande, Laidback Luke, Lost Frequencies, MaRLo, Martin Garrix, Modestep, Mr E, Mr Pig, Nervo, Netsky, NGHTMRE, NWYR, Oliver Heldens, Patrice Bäumel, Paul Kalkbrenner, Ran-D, Regard, Reinier Zonneveld, Robin Schulz, San Holo, Solardo, Stephan Bodzin, Steve Aoki, Sub Zero Project, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tale Of Us, Tiësto, Timmy Trumpet, Vini Vici, Vintage Culture, Wildstylez, Yellow Claw, Yves Deruyter, Yves V.

Tomorrowland Around the World, the digital festival lineup
Tomorrowland Around the World, the digital festival lineup

The timetable hasn’t been announced yet.

Can I access all the stages and activities?

Yes, there are no limitations on which stage or activity you’re going to join. Keep in mind that some stages and activities can only allow a limited capacity of visitors.

Can I leave the festival and then re-enter?

Yes; if for any reason you wish to leave the event, you can log out and enter the festival again via your Tomorrowland Account at any moment.

How much and how to buy tickets?

Every Tomorrowland account can buy 1 ticket only. There are 6 types of tickets available:

  • Weekend Ticket: € 20. Access on Saturday, July 25, 2020, and Sunday, July 26, 2020, + 1 access code to the Relive platform from July 27 until August 2
  • Day Ticket: € 12.50. Access on Saturday, July 25, 2020, or Sunday, July 26, 2020. Access to the Relive platform is not included
  • Home Party Ticket: € 50. Access on Saturday, July 25, 2020, and Sunday, July 26, 2020, + 5 access codes to the Relive platform from July 27 until August 2
  • Home Party Ticket – L: € 100. Access on Saturday, July 25, 2020, and Sunday, July 26, 2020, + 10 access codes to the Relive platform from July 27 until August 2
  • Home Party Ticket – XL: € 200. Access on Saturday, July 25, 2020, and Sunday, July 26, 2020, + 20 access codes to the Relive platform from July 27 until August 2
  • Relive Ticket: € 10. Relive all performances for one week, available from July 27 until August 2

Tickets can be found via the Tomorrowland account here.

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