Tomorrowland has revealed the first batch of artists set to play its 2019 edition.
Having announced the festival’s stage hosts earlier this month, which allowed for at least some guess work as to who was playing, the massive Belgian event has now shared 15 names confirmed to play.
Adam Beyer, Helena Hauff and Charlotte de Witte are among the acts confirmed to play the festival, which takes place over two weekends in July, the first of which will run from 19th to 21st and the second from the 26th to 28th.
Also announced are Infected Mushroom, who will play a “retro live show”, A$AP Rocky, Joris Voorn, Fisher, Paul van Dyk, Armin van Buuren and more. You can see the full announcement in the video below.
Earlier this month, Tomorrowland announced the details for its Global Journeys party flights for its 2019 edition, flying off from Washington, Singapore, Hong Kong and more.
Pre-sale tickets for the festival went on sale last week.
More acts are expected to be announced this week.
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