With less than 100 days left to go before Tomorrowland’s first weekend kicks off, the festival has shared the individual stage splits so that we can start trying to plan our way around the enormous line-up.
There’s a whole lot to digest and a lot of stages to wrap your head around. On the mainstage of weekend one, for example, you’ve got the likes of Axwell /\ ingrosso, Charlotte de Witte Carl Cox, Armin van Buuren, Alison Wonderland, Alan Walker Fedde Le Grand and Martin Garrix among many others.
The Drumcode stage on Friday of weekend one (20th to Sunday 22nd July) looks pretty stacked with headliner Adam Beyer being joined by Ben Klock, Ida Engberg, Richie Hawtin and Sam Paganini.
Eric Prydz’s Pryda Arena on the Friday of weekend two is looking epic too, with the man himself being joined by Adam Beyer, Sasha, Cristoph and more. As we mentioned a few weeks ago, Dave Clarke and Fuse’s stage looks great too with Clarke being joined by Len Faki, Marcel Dettmann, Pan-Pot and more.
Charlotte de Witte’s KNTXT stage on Saturday of weekend two is a minimal affair, with the mighty Belgian selector being joined by the fierce DVS1.
All of that barely scratches the surface of what will be one of the biggest festivals of the year so you'll really have to take a look at the stage breakdowns yourself to start making a plan of who you're going to see.
Last week it was announced that Tomorrowland and Lost Frequencies had teamed up to open a school in the village of Sekha, in the Himalayas with the purpose of providing education to over 300 children in the area.
To mark the 100 day countdown to the festival, Tomorrowland streamed a live set from the mighty Paul Kalkbrenner from the site of the festival. He'll be playing on the mainstage on Friday of weekend one and Sunday of weekend two.