JUNE 17, 2014
ATLANTA, GA – TomorrowWorld is pleased to announce the full artist lineup for the second edition of the jaw-dropping music festival taking place September 26, 27 and 28, 2014. The annual 3-day event (and 5-day camping experience) is America’s largest 21-plus electronic music festival, held on 8,000 acres of lush forest in Chattahoochee Hills near Atlanta, Georgia. Known for mind-blowing decor, cutting-edge stage production, a diverse selection of gourmet food and luxury camping, TomorrowWorld provides an unparalleled experience featuring some of the biggest electronic acts in the world.
The musical landscape of genres, up-and-coming artists, and hand-picked industry greats will draw fans from across the world to Atlanta. Joining the ranks of heavy-hitters Avicii, Bassnectar, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Diplo, Kaskade, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Tiësto and Zedd are a surplus of additional headliners and artists who will span a dynamic range of styles on several stages. New headline acts announced last week include A-trak, Borgore, Carnage, Detsik, Dillon Francis, Ferry Corsten, Jamie Jones, Laidback Luke, Maceo Plex, Nervo, Paco Osuna, Showtek, Sub Focus, Tommy Trash, W&W and Zeds Dead. Some artists will play longer sets this year giving them more space to paint a deeper musical experience for festivalgoers.
TomorrowWorld’s 2014 full artist lineup will take audiences on a journey with the impressions of each stage telling a story similar to the evolution of a movie, with a cohesive beginning, middle and end. The flow of each day will be orchestrated by host partner powerhouses, including “All Gone Pete Tong,” “Dim Mak” from Steve Aoki, “MINUS” from Richie Hawtin, “OWSLA” from Skrillex and many more. Host partners are labels, brands and “artist collectives” who represent different styles, thereby creating the opportunity to discover up-and-coming talent as curated by the world’s most esteemed DJs.
Originating from the world-renowned Tomorrowland that celebrates its 10th anniversary this July, TomorrowWorld set a new bar for festivals in its first year in the US by welcoming over 120,000 visitors from 75 different countries in 2013. In 2014, TomorrowWorld will reveal new stages, high-end DreamVille packages designed for groups (appropriately titled Manors), Dream Lodges and secret experiences that only visitors will get the chance to enjoy.
Those attending the festival may choose from a variety of passes including single day, weekend or 5-day DreamVille passes. Global Journey provides convenient transportation and accommodation packages while Comfort (VIP) includes premium amenities and elevated views of the Main Stage. DreamVille is an expansive village hosting over 25,000 people with a marketplace, bakery, warm showers, daily newspapers and access to The Gathering, a welcome party held on Thursday, September 25th.
For more information and tickets, please visit www.tomorrowworld.com.