Tomorrowland makes significant stage changes for 2019 edition

By now, everyone knows that Tomorrowland has well and truly mastered the art of stage design. From the staggeringly large Mainstage to the extremely small stages, no detail is left untouched and there is always much more than meets the eyes upon first glance. The stages are so amazing that there was even a petition started for one of the most beloved stages, the lake-side ‘Rose Garden’, to stay in the festival grounds. Tomorrowland frequently changes up its stages every few years to keep things fresh and the time has come for that to happen again.

This time not one, not two, but three fan favourite stages are being replaced and updated alongside the yearly Mainstage design change. First up, the iconic ‘Organ of Harmony’ will be no longer. Whilst this may come as sad news for some fans, the festival promises an even bigger and better design for this year in the shape of ‘Lotus’. If this name seems familiar to people, there’s a reason for that. ‘Lotus’ is the Mainstage that was used in Tomorrowland Winter’s first edition this year and will get an update fit for the summer edition. On this stage you can find the likes of Martin GarrixDon Diablo and Nicky Romero to name just a few.

The next stage to get a design change is the water-side ‘Arch’ stage, being replaced with another Tomorrowland Winter featured stage in the name of ‘L’Orangerie’. Another design that made its debut at the winter edition for the first time, this one is an indoor fixture and will be home to artists such as Oliver Heldens, Nina Kraviz and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano.

The third update comes in the form of a completely new design replacing the ‘Tulip’ stage. Nothing is yet known about the design of the new ‘Kara Savi’ but knowing Tomorrowland, it will be nothing short of spectacular. On this stage you’ll be able to find acts like KayzoChocolate Puma and Vini Vici.

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