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Tomorrowland announces line-up phase one for Brazil festival

The mega-festival unveils the first half of artists heading to sunny São Paulo

Tomorrowland announces line-up phase one for Brazil festival

Tomorrowland has dropped the first wave of artists set to play its 2023 Brazil festival, which will take place across three days in October.

The event marks the festival’s first event in Brazil since 2016, and will feature sets from festival regulars including Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Lost Frequencies, Paul Kalkbrenner and Nervo and many more across 14 stages. 

The lush scenery of Parque Maeda in Itu, about 90 kilometres outside of São Paulo, will also host a variety of Brazilian artists including Alok, DJ Marky, Chemical Surf, Doozie, and Malifoo. Check out the full first phase below. 

The ‘The Reflection of Love’ Mainstage will find a new home at the Brazilian site, a year after it was famously recreated by VR developer Jake Donaldson in the metaverse. The weekend will also mark the return of the crowd-favourite CORE Stage, a unique space where nature and sound come together, along with the leading acts in house and techno.

Worldwide Ticket Sales for Tomorrowland Brasil are on sale now. All ticket information can be found via Tomorrowland's website.

To get you in the mood, revisit some sets from Tomorrowland’s winter edition, which took place this month, here. The festival’s flagship Belgium edition returns this summer too, taking place across two weekends.

Tomorrowland was voted World's No. 1 Festival in the DJ Mag Top 100 Festivals poll 2022.