After Prydz and Tomorrowland in conjunction teased the return of the Holosphere to Tomorrowland 2020, the anticipation has been building and the need for details rising.
While Prydz took to social media to say Holosphere was back with “limited shows” for 2020, Tomorrowland posted “Looking forward to Tomorrowland 2020” with a similar teaser video leaving no doubts that the Holosphere will be making an appearance at this year’s festival on both weekends, July 17 and 24th.
After the issues with the ceiling of the Freedom stage collapsing last year, the holosphere only made it to weekend 1 and then had to be canceled over the second weekend since they had to transform it to an open-air stage. But this year, Prydz and Tomorrowland are bringing it back with a vengeance.
Looking forward to Tomorrowland 2020.
— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) January 22, 2020
Tomorrowland also made its earliest ever announcement of the full line up over the last week. This and other factors as usual lead to the Worldwide Presale selling out in a mere 15 minutes. The remaining tickets will be available during the Worldwide Sale next weekend on February 1.
As Prydz hasn’t been clear where else he will be taking the mammoth Holosphere production in 2020, Creamfields has definitely hinted at a possible appearance. They retweeted Prydz’s announcement and almost gave it away.
— Creamfields (@Creamfields) January 22, 2020
Creamfields 2020 already has a stacked lineup with the likes of Calvin Harris, Armin van Buuren, The Chainsmokers and more onboard, so the addition of Prydz with the Holosphere would be the real icing on top.
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