JUNE 20, 2013 NYC
Having begun teasing elements of the line-up almost two months ago, ID&T has today unveiled its line-up for TomorrowWorld, set to take place on September 27-29th 2013 in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia. Featuring over 300 names from all corners of the electronic music landscape, the line-up is diverse, taking in house, trance, techno, trap, bass, disco and almost everything in between.
From superstar luminaries such as Tiësto, Armin Van Buuren, Afrojack, David Guetta, Calvin Harris and Sebastian Ingrosso, through to up-and-coming stars like Art Department, RL Grime and AraabMuzik; each and every one of the festivals seven stages will play host to a distinct range of acts – hosted by a range of world-renowned brands.
From A-Trak’s Fools Gold, to Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak and of course the centerpiece Main Stage and brand new Bass Arena – the festival offers something for everyone, all taking place in the most unique live event environment known on the planet. Other highlight appearances come in the form of the Afroki, a new collaboration from Afrojack and Steve Aoki, as well as Jacques Lu Cont, Late Night Alumni, Carnage and Fake Blood.
Built upon the reputation of the internationally revered Tomorrowland, ID&T will be bringing its full production might across the Atlantic to America. Known around the world for jaw-dropping spectacles, from the largest stages through to the most intricate of details, not to mention the Michelin star chefs, bakeries and breweries that accompany it. The full theme for TomorrowWorld as well 15+ more acts will be revealed in the coming weeks.
DreamVille, TomorrowWorld’s very own campsite is unlike anything the United States has ever seen, hosting over 30,000 campers in a uniquely designed environment, including food courts, shopping centers, 24 hour bakery, launderette, daily TomorrowWorld Newspaper, and an exclusive pre-party, The Gathering, the night before the festival.
Weekend and day tickets for the festival are still available, including hotel packages as well as ID&T’s very own Global Journey flight packages, now only available from five cities within the US due to overwhelming international demand.