Tomorrowland has announced the first names for its 2022 winter edition
Returning after three years due to Covid-19 cancellation, the event will take place in the village of Alpe d'Huez, where the very first winter event happened in 2019, from 19th-26th March 2022.
Among the first names announced for the comeback event are Armin van Buuren, Paul Kalkbrenner, Wall Recordings boss Afrojack and Quintino.
Tomorrowland has launched a new record label, Tomorrowland Music, and its first release comes in the form of a collaboration between Afrojack and Chico Rose.
Tomorrowland Music has released the pair's new track, 'You Got The Love', also marking the launch of a new concept from Afrojack that he's dubbed Never Sleeps. The new concept, a press release explains, sees Afrojack aim to bring like-minded people together through throwing parties and releasing musical collaborations.
Tomorrowland has shared further details of the return of its winter festival to the French Alps next March.
The festival is coming back after a two-year break due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and will take place in the village of Alpe d'Huez, where the very first winter event happened in 2019.
Tomorrowland has unveiled an official aftermovie for its 2021 virtual festival, Around The World.
The virtual event, the second online edition after last year's debut, replaced the in-person festival which had been due to take place in Belgium, but was officially cancelled in June due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
All of the sets from Tomorrowland's latest virtual event have now been archived online.
Full sets from the likes of Armin van Buuren, Amelie Lens, Charlotte de Witte, Afrojack, Tale Of Us, Kölsch and lots more will be available to rewatch for the next two weeks, with the total archive spanning 35 hours of music and 955 different tracks.
Tomorrowland has announced the full timetable for its forthcoming digital festival.
The online offering, Tomorrowland: Around the World, will run next weekend on the 16th and 17th July, presenting more than 40 artists across six virtual stages.
Tomorrowland 2021 is officially cancelled.
A new statement from the festival’s organisers confirms that, following last week’s decision by Belgian officials to not allow the annual event to go ahead in 2021, Tomorrowland will be cancelled for the second year in a row due to COVID-19.
Update 18/06/2021: Tomorrowland have shared a statement with DJ Mag clarifying the circumstances surrounding the local government's decision to not allow the festival to go ahead this year. Read it below.
Tomorrowland 2021 has been cancelled by Belgian officials.
Tomorrowland's organisers are feeling "very positive" about the their 2021 real world events following the Belgian government's announcement that large scale, outdoor festivals can restart from 13th August, for crowds of up to 75,000.
Avicii’s ‘Levels’ has been ranked No. 1 in Tomorrowland’s Top 1000 festival tracks, for a second year running.
Decided by worldwide public vote, the results have formed daily playlists of 100 tracks each, broadcast on the Belgian event's own One World Radio. Launched in 2019, this edition of the Tomorrowland Top 1000 saw Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike and Moguai's 'Mammoth' rank at number two, for the third consecutive time.