Tomorrowland becomes the biggest social media music event in the world
Tomorrowland remains one of the most influential music festivals in the world, commanding an absolutely staggering audience every single year. The festival has captured the hearts of many over the years with its unique nature, inviting fans into a fairy tale world surrounded by attendees from countries all across the globe. This year the festival spanned two monumental weekends, where over 1000 artists performed across 69 stages, a true haven for any dance music fan.
But the success didn’t stop there, it has just been announced that Tomorrowland is in fact the biggest social media music event in the world, making a massive impact on the web. Over 200 million unique visitors interacted with the event online across social media channels, which only adds to the evidence that the Belgian festival is taking over the world at a breathtaking rate. With 9.5 million unique visitors watching the livestream this year, as well as 31.6 million views so far on this years Youtube sets, Tomorrowland’s impact on the world is truly awe-inspiring. No doubt the visual appeal of the festival plays a huge part, as the inspiring stage designs alongside jaw-dropping pyrotechnics provides a captivating visual.
There can be no doubt that Tomorrowland will continue to dominate the dance music festival scene for years to come, and with their 2017 aftermovie due to drop soon, their following will continue to increase ahead of their next edition in 2018. Take a look at the full breakdown of figures below or take a look at Tomorrowland’s 2016 aftermovie here.