Tomorrowland Belgium to broadcast to seven countries
If you’re bummed about missing out on Tomorrowland happening in Belgium, July 22 to July 24, don’t you fear. You’ll be able to tune in live on Saturday, July 23 only and see the magic of Tomorrowland. Mark your calendars.
Folks sitting at home will be able to #UNITE, with the people of Tomorrowland. It will broadcast to Mexico, India, Japan, Colombia, Germany, South Africa and Israel. #UNITE will be known as the mirror to Tomorrowland. The live broadcast will feature live music from DJ’s on the mainstage, as well as connect with DJ’s on the #UNITE stage. Most importantly, you’ll connect with thousands of other festival attendees and experience what they’ll be experiencing.
Although, it’s not the same as actually being there, a live broadcast is the next best thing. Let’s hope that if this live broadcast goes swimmingly, then it can expand to a live broadcast of all three days so those far away won’t have to worry about missing their favorite DJ. One step at a time. There’s nothing quite like the atmosphere at a big music festival, and the fear of missing out is present and felt by thousands if they’re unable to attend, but with the popularity of live broadcasts starting, FOMO will somewhat be satisfied.
Unfortunately tickets to Tomorrowland are all sold-out so be sure not to miss this first ever live broadcast if you live in one of the seven aforementioned countries.
You may view the preview the video below. Don’t be afraid to look in the mirror and #UNITE with the people of tomorrow July 23.