After announcing the stage hosts, Tomorrowland has revealed an absolutely massive lineup for this year’s edition.
After teasing the announcement just yesterday, Tomorrowland published their line-up on all their social media platforms and like every year, Tomorrowland has outdone itself in bringing the best of the best to the festival and its patrons.
Mainstream headliners such as Tiesto, Timmy Trumpet, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, David Guetta etc. will be coming back to perform at the 16th Edition of this stellar festival.
Mind-bending techno will be delivered to the crowd by the likes of Adam Beyer, Carl Cox, Amelie Lens, Charlotte de Witte, Enrico Sangiuliano etc.
Trance movement of Tomorrowland land will be spearheaded by the likes of Armin van Buuren, Gareth Emery, Cosmic Gate, Bryan Kearney, Giuseppe Ottaviani etc.
Eric Prydz’ Holosphere will be making its way back onto to the holy grounds once more to satisfy the audio visual cravings that many have.
Hard Dance Community will be catered by the deadliest DJs in the game. DJ the Prophet, Headhunterz, Act of Rage, Footworxx Militant Crew, Angerfist, Destructive Tendencies and Adaro are some of the Hard Dance acts that are going to unleash the Harder side of the Electronic sounds.
On top of that, Q Dance is set to celebrate “20 years of Hardstyle” on the mainstage. However, not much is mentioned as to who will be on stage. One can also expect a “Defqon 1: Power Hour” like performance.
With over 200 Artists performing over both the weekends, Tomorrowland is set to display Diversity of Music, Art and Culture.
Tomorrowland’s most devoted fans were equally excited and shocked at the arrival of the line-up as it was massive and all the billed Attractions were named on one picture making it harder to read. Here are some of the responses.
— jeff (@LoudFlavor) January 24, 2020
— KARZ 👑 (@Karzbish) January 24, 2020
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