Live Today, Love Tomorrow, Unite Forever.
It’s already been 15 spectacular years since Tomorrowland began in Belgium with this very motto behind it all. While it’s close to impossible to encapsulate the magic of a festival the magnitude of Tomorrowland on reel compared to real life, they just released a 23-minute official aftermovie capturing the best moments from both weekends.
The video is a pure 23-minutes of what festival goals look like set to a whopping 23-tracks as the musical soundscape for the video. With tracks by Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta, Lost Frequencies and a bunch more, the tribute to the many amazing years and the celebration of their 15th Birthday is displayed in style.
Known for its theatrical ways, the aftermovie starts off with the powerful speech by Martin Luther King, plays out to some mind-blowing shots of Dreamville as well as the festival and ends on a goosebump-inducing thank you note to the fans, staff, and artists. Known to draw crowds from far and wide, this years edition saw 400,000 people from over 200 different countries descend on the Belgian town of Boom, home to undoubtedly one of the biggest electronic music festivals in the world.
While the soundtrack on the aftermovie is as diverse as the multi-genre offerings of the festival itself, we also hear some unreleased music credited to Martin Garrix and Lost Frequencies which is thrown into the mix.
While Tomorrowland had its shares of ups and downs with the collapsing of the Freedom stage leading to the cancellation of Eric Prydz’s Holosphere for weekend 2, and other minor issues, an undoubted fact remains, Tomorrowland have proved themselves as the undisputed leaders when it comes to EDM festivals and with each passing year, they’re only cementing their place at the top spot stronger.
Check out some of the best sets from Tomorrowland 2019 here.
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