Belgium’s iconic festival Tomorrowland known for delivering the most breathtaking performances will be back at it again this summer as the festival just announced more artists for their colossal roster. With the madness spread over two weekends on the Tomorrowland calendar, July is set to be inundated with DJ heavyweights of the electronic dance world as thousands upon thousands of revellers all gather to share the epic experience. Having just released its third wave of artists announcements, it is easy to see why Tomorrowland tickets get snapped up so quickly.
A true legend in his own right, the grandmaster Carl Cox returns to the festival’s hallowed grounds of Boom. Though Cox played an opening set during last years festival, the British DJs status attracted huge crowds in the opening hours of the festival. No doubt Cox’s techno-prowess will again be a mega highlight this year. Sticking with techno artists, Alan Fitzpatrick joins the lineup as well as a Tomorrowland favourite in German live act Paul Kalkbrenner.
Industry heavyweights and Egyptian duo Aly & Fila will be in attendance this year along with trance legend and one of the first true superstar DJs Paul van Dyk who was the first DJ to receive a Grammy Award nomination. American duo Derek Andersen and Scott Land, better known as Slander will be on hand to provide their unique heaven trap sound while the Solardo boys will be in town following what has been an explosion on the music scene for the British duo through 2017.
Homegrown Belgium lad Lost Frequencies known mostly for his successful track ‘Are You With Me‘ will be looking to impress his home fans while across the border, French DJ Kungs is set to share his deep house vibes. And finally, no festival is complete without world number one DJ Martin Garrix. Will he play the set of the festival? All we can do is hope July hurries up because Tomorrowland is going to be better than ever. Check out the full list of announcements below.
Get ready to witness breathtaking performances by these wonderful artists. Stand by, more to follow tomorrow.
Posted by Tomorrowland on Wednesday, January 24, 2018