*Boom* Good news for the die-hard fans of Tomorrowland!
After being postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic and having a false start in 2021, Tomorrowland, the biggest and craziest gathering of dance music, finally began on Friday, July 15, 2022, in Belgium.
The first of three Tomorrowland 2022 are taking place over the following weekends of July 15–17, July 22–24, and July 29–31.
This is a one-time-only expansion to three Tomorrowland’s, as the event’s producer tries to recover losses from the previous two years while also making room for all the fans of electronic music who have missed Tomorrowland like the deserts miss the rain.
16th iteration of Tomorrowland
This 16th iteration of Tomorrowland, with the theme “The Reflection of Love,” will welcome a mind-boggling 6,00,000 visitors over its three weekends, with this number representing nations from all over the world.
In a venue the size of 63 football fields, more than 800 performers will set 15 stages on fire with their banging performance.
No money, No worry!
Well, the good news for the die-hard fans is even if you can’t attend Tomorrowland 2022 party in person, you can still experience Tomorrowland 2022 through a Livestream that is just as large as the event itself.
From Thursday, July 14 to Wednesday, August 3, Tomorrowland’s One World TV will broadcast and Livestream audio and video from the festival.
Tune into Tomorrowland.com, the Tomorrowland App, and One World Radio, the festival’s official digital radio station.
The massive Belgian dance festival Tomorrowland will stretch from two to three weekends in 2022 as it tries to make up for pandemic-related losses.
The extravagant festival- Tomorrowland 2022
In an interview, Tomorrowland official Debby Wilmsen says, “The province of Antwerp has given us the green light to organize three weekends of Tomorrowland in 2022, so only in 2022.
All weekends will be in July, so we add one extra weekend before our traditional two last weekends of July.”
The new dates for Tomorrowland 2022 are July 15–17, July 22–24, and July 29–31 in Boom and Rumst, Belgium. Boom, where the event is hosted in the park De Schorre, and Rumst, the neighboring city where the festival camping area, known as DreamVille, is situated, are both under the jurisdiction of Antwerp.
Turn up your volume!
While One World Radio will broadcast live radio and artist interviews from the festival grounds, these three platforms will offer a webcast from Tomorrowland Mainstage and a mix of DJ performances from several Tomorrowland stages during the events.
Just imagine the sound from Dolby Atmos buzzing into your heads!
One of the first events to use Dolby Atmos will be Tomorrowland. Dolby Atmos is a surround-sound system that adds height channels to conventional surround-sound systems, allowing sounds to be perceived as three-dimensional objects.
What’s your plan?
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