Tomorrowland has returned in a grand manner, following two years of hiatus because of the pandemic. The famous Belgian electronic dance music festival will now host 700 artists throughout its show and expand to three weeks at that location.
The lineup for this year’s Tomorrowland was revealed Thursday, February 10. It features the a-list in the dance world, with Alesso, Above & Beyond, Nicole Moudabe, Diplo, Amelie Lens, Marshmello, Purple Disco Machine, Martin Garrix, Vintage Culture, and many more attending the event.
Eric Prydz is coming back to Tomorrowland with a huge surprise. The DJ and producer has been absent for four years, but he’s performing two shows at Creamfields South this year before going to Belgium. Throughout the first weekend of Tomorrowland 2019, Prydz performed his enormous Holosphere show. The set was dismissed on the second weekend because of technical difficulties, though.
Tomorrowland 2022 will also see the return of DJ Diesel, the DJ project of Shaquille O’Neal. In 2019, O’Neal went viral following the filming of his moshing to bass music at Tomorrowland 2019.
The show will be held in the Belgian cities of Boom and Rumst on July 17 – July 15, July 22 – July 24, and July 29 – July 31. The event is hosted in Boom; however, the camping area is located near Rumst.
The 2021 festival ticket holders will have their passes moved over to 2022, and new tickets are currently on sale. The third weekend has been added in order to recover from losses during the pandemic.
Tomorrowland has a total of 75,000 attendees per day and is thought to be among the world’s most prominent dance music festivals.