Thousands of festivalgoers are converging in Boom, Belgium this week for the tenth anniversary of one of the most recognized EDM gatherings in the world — Tomorrowland.
Tickets for the iconic festival are notorious for selling out within seconds of going on sale to the public, even with the addition of a second weekend. This year’s festival runs July 18-20 and July 25-27, with a special “Global Gathering” pre-party the day before for those camping onsite in the “Dreamville” compound.
Like years before, Tomorrowland will again broadcast live video and audio feeds online for those who weren’t able to make the trip across the pond.
Tomorrowland TV will broadcast a video stream each day this weekend (Friday through Sunday), from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. CDT (9 p.m. to 2 a.m. in Belgium).
Tomorrowland Radio will stream audio from the sets in realtime for listeners around the world.
You can also read the daily newspaper “Tomorrowland Today” online. It’s delivered to camping residents each morning.
Tomorrowland’s counterpart in the U.S. — TomorrowWorld — returns for its second year outside Atlanta, Ga. this September 26-28. Tickets for that event are still available.