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Tomorrowland announces permanent status of One World Radio

 The digital station will continue broadcasting live, 24/7 in the mix

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As part of its 15th anniversary celebrations, Tomorrowland launched One World Radio earlier this year, its very own digital radio platform.

In its first eight months of broadcasting, the station attracted an impressive 12.3 million listeners. While it was initially intended as a temporary, one-off project, the success of the platform has meant that the festival has decided to keep it broadcasting live 24/7.

Featuring exclusive tracks and mixes from across the megafestival's 15 year history, it locked NERVO as its first weekly hosts, and the Australian DJ duo will continue to present their coveted Tomorrowland Top 30 show.

Tomorrowland's own MC Stretch is set to present his 'Relive the Madness' show, handpicking his favourite live moments from the festival's history, while the Tomorrowland Friendship Mix will see one world-class DJ contributing a guest mix every Thursday evening.

Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, DJ Mag’s current cover stars, commented: “One World Radio is an incredibly important and refreshing project. We are very happy that Tomorrowland is continuing with its own radio and content platform, because it allows fans around the world to connect with Tomorrowland on a daily basis.”

You can tune in to One World Radio via its brand new app (download on Google Play or the App Store), online, on YouTube or on TuneIn.

Tomorrowland recently announced a ‘15 Years of Iconic Anthems' boxset, looking back over at some of the biggest tracks from the festival's history.

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