Tomorrowland reveals musically diverse mainstage line-up for its 2018 edition
The Belgian super-festival and fan-favorite Tomorrowland has unleashed the full mainstage line up for their 2018 edition. The festival will once again take place on two consecutive weekends in the small city of Boom in Belgium. Over the last couple of days, Tomorrowland has started to fill their 16+ stages with massive names and newcomers alike. The renowned stage hosts for the ‘Story Of Planaxis’ include Axtone, A State Of Trance and Barong Family. The most iconic and eye-catching sight has always been the mainstage and this years edition won’t be an exception. After a long wait we now finally know all the names that will conquer Tomorrowland’s biggest stage this July.
First things first: After fans were speculating about a possible appearance of Swedish House Mafia at Tomorrowland, unfortunately, there won’t be such thing. The fact that one mainstage spot on the 28th of July remained empty for a long time led fans to the speculation that the three Swedes might show up. This empty spot was filled by Angemi, member of Smash The House and a good friend of Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, who will also play at the mainstage on both Saturdays. For Tomorrowland’s iconic three Hour Daybreak Session we can expect something special – two legends of the scene will take over Fridays from noon to 3 PM. On Weekend 1 it is going to be Techno icon Carl Cox and Weekend 2 will be treated with the unique sound of the German Paul Kalkbrenner. More commercial yet stunning names of the mainstage line-up are Alesso, Steve Aoki, and Hardwell, who will make his Tomorrowland comeback on both Fridays.
Tomorrowland is never shy of putting some new names on the big stage. This year, deep-house legend Kölsch, ASOT shooting stars Vini Vici and Alison Wonderland, who just released her album, will play on the mainstage for the first time. Another first timer and definitely a big surprise is Belgian Hardstyle superstar Coone, who will represent the harder styles on the 22nd of July.
The line-up of Tomorrowland is too massive to be put into one single article. To get an overview of all names announced yet, check out the festival’s website! Representing all styles of dance music this July in Belgium, Tomorrowland is set to show the world once again why it is one of the best festivals on this planet!