After a challenging hiatus, Tomorrowland has rekindled its love affair with Brazil, and the result was nothing short of spectacular.
The festival, known for its epic music and vibrant community, left its mark once again on the Brazilian landscape. While the crystal’s pulse slowly fades, it’s time to conceal it from the world’s eyes, but not before relishing in the memories of Tomorrowland Brasil 2023.
The festival, themed ‘The Reflection of Love,’ attracted music enthusiasts from over 80 different countries. With six dynamic stages, it marked its third edition with impressive logistics. Over 120 twelve-meter containers transported the Mainstage and other structures from Belgium to Brazil, accompanied by over 300 structure tents. The build-up phase spanned 40 days and engaged a workforce of 7,000 professionals, while an impressive 630 meters of bars quenched the thirst of partygoers.
Still resonating from the weekend’s revelry, Tomorrowland Brasil 2023 boasted several standout moments:
The festival’s Mainstage went out with a bang, with Brazilian sensation Alok delivering a captivating set in his homeland. Joining him on the Mainstage were renowned artists like Afrojack, Aline Rocha, Ashibah, Bhaskar, Cat Dealers, Deorro, Dimitri Vegas, Henri PFR, John Newman, Kölsch, Lost Frequencies, Martin Garrix, Malifoo, MATTN, Netsky, Öwnboss, Paul Kalkbrenner, Steve Angello, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tiësto, Victor Lou, and Yves V.
Vintage Culture b2b ANNA at CORE:
One of Tomorrowland’s most unique stages, where music and nature seamlessly blend, made its Brazilian debut. The awe-inspiring CORE stage was graced by a special b2b set by Brazilian legends Vintage Culture and ANNA on the final day. The stage also witnessed electrifying performances by Nina Kraviz, TSHA, DJ BORING, BADSISTA, Brina Knauss, Sofia Kourtesis, Antdot b2b Maz, CESRV, RHR, Dana Montana, Trajano, Davis, and Jackson. The stage itself, featuring a figure with a serene, upward gaze, stands as a true artistic masterpiece and a temple of human expression.
As Tomorrowland bids farewell to Brazil for now, it leaves behind a trail of memories and a promise to unite once more from October 11-13, 2024, in the enchanting festival grounds of Parque Maeda in Itu, São Paulo. The Reflection of Love will continue to shine brightly in the hearts of all those who were part of this remarkable journey.