As Tomorrowland – along with those lucky enough to attend – gears up to kick off the very special 15th anniversary, the hype has never been bigger than it is right now. With an incredible lineup across multiple stages, attendees are truly spoiled for choice but the festival has just dropped their official timetable to help with the decision making. Discover what’s exclusive about Tomorrowland this year.
Although the mainstage set times were released for both weekends a while ago – with one very special name left blank for the closing spot of both weekends – all other stages were yet to follow suit, but the time has finally come for fans to plan their perfect weekend. Like with every busy festival there is bound to be a lot of clashes and this year is no different. Fans of both Above & Beyond and Tiësto may be disappointed to find that the two acts clash during Friday of weekend one, with Above & Beyond playing their self-hosted Anjunabeats stage at Youphoria from 22:00-00:00 and Tiësto playing the mainstage from 22:50-23:50. Another clash that is bound to divide music lovers during weekend two is Carl Cox and Eric Prydz, with Carl Cox playing his Space Ibiza stage at Atmosphere at 23:00-01:00 and Eric Prydz playing Holosphere at Freedom Stage from 23:00-01:00.
Clashes aside, this is a great year to see mainstage DJs away from the mainstage. For weekend one you have Martin Garrix closing his STMPD RCRDS stage, Fisher playing the Ants stage on Sunday and Nicky Romero playing Smash The House on Sunday. For weekend two you have a choice of Don Diablo at Hexagon on Friday, Axwell at Axtone and Armin Van Buuren at the A State of Trance stage, just to name a few.
The timetable is available on the Tomorrowland app or through their website.