Tomorrowland’s ‘Around the World’ digital music festival comes to life July 25th & 26th 2020. As live streams have become the norm for ravers, the debate on whether to charge for the viewing of this content was ethical, or would it be successful? Live streams started as a way for artists to connect with their fans and with Insomniac being the leader in setting the standard for streams and keeping theirs free. But some have asked who would be the first to charge for an online music festival experience? Tomorrowland steps up to the ranks with this one.
The festival will feature 8 stages for fans to listen to their favorite artists. 5 of those stages being those part of the original layout and 3 designed by the Tomorrowland creative team and their 3D artists to bring an interactive 3D music experience to fans attending. What that looks like we still don’t know but already excited to find out!
Tomorrowland: Around The World live stream will feature some of the globe’s biggest artists. you can expect to hear Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Claptone, Tiësto, David Guetta, Afrojack, Vini Vici, Steve Aoki, Yellow Claw, Charlotte de Witte, NGHTMRE, Oliver Heldens, Wildstylez, Nervo, San Holo, Eptic and many more.
Fans can purchase tickets on June 18th as of now. Ticket sales are split between one and two-day tickets. One day being €12.50 & two-day tickets for €20.00. Two-day ticket perk besides getting to enjoy the fun festival activities is that you’ll be able to relive the weekend for a whole week.
Although we are excited to see this project launch and be successful, we do want to remind fans that 2020 Tomorrowland ticket holders have yet to be offered a refund and where the revenue from the festival will go towards is still unknown.