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Olivia Stock
7 May 2024, 14:16

Tomorrowland 2024 full line-up announced

New additions to the 20th anniversary bill include Gryffin, horsegiirL, DJ Diesel and more

Photo of the colourful mainstage at Tomorrowland 2023

Tomorrowland has completed the line-up for its 20th anniversary edition.

Returning to the Belgian city of Boom across the weekends of 19th-21st and 26th-28th July, the upcoming edition will see more than 800 artists performing across 16 stages. New additions to the line-up include Afshin Momadi, Shaquille O’Neal as DJ DieselGryffinhorsegiirL, Odymel, PARISI (live), Sasson b2b Rivo and SONA.

They join previously announced artists including Armin van BuurenAmelie LensBonobo B2B Dixon, ACRAZEDavid Guetta, ANNA, Vintage Culture, Tale Of Us, Amber Broos, ANYMA, Keinemusik, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Solomun B2B Four Tet, Swedish House Mafia, and many, many more.

The 2024 festival will centre around this year’s theme of ‘LIFE’, which has been billed as the prequel to the 2016 ‘Elixir Of Life’ theme. The ‘LIFE’ concept will take attendees, “back to a vibrant era in Silvyra, a world of lush nature, when the conjunction of the two moons is about to happen”, organisers have said.

The festival has also announced several green initiatives for its 2024 edition, including an overnight European sleeper train — renamed the ‘Train of Amicorum’ — that will bring festival-goers from Prague and Berlin to Belgium.

Tickets to Tomorrowland 2024 sold out within one day in February, with the 200,000 pre-sale tickets being snapped up within 27 minutes.

Check out the full line-up and weekend splits for Tomorrowland 2024 below.

DJ Mag readers voted Tomorrowland the World’s No. 1 Festival in 2023’s annual poll.

Last week, Tomorrowland announced the dates for its 2025 winter edition, which will run from 15th-22nd March in the French Alps. More details are due to be announced over the coming months.

Tomorrowland also recently confirmed the line-up for its third edition in Brazil this October. They’ll host a mix of regulars and Brazilian talent, including Charlotte de Witte, Bonobo, BADSISTA and Vintage Culture, among others.