Tomorrowland presents the live schedule for 2023
The highly anticipated Tomorrowland presents the live timetable for the first weekend.
The highly anticipated electronic music festival, Tomorrowland presents the live-streaming schedule for its first weekend line-up on its social media. As usual, the festival experience will be available from anywhere in the world via One World TV and One World Radio.
The massive festival has just released the full streaming schedule for its 2023 Belgium line-up, with the first announced showcase from 21 July to 23 July. According to the Instagram post, the live broadcasts will be available on Tomorrowland’s official website and app (available for both iOS and Android), which according to the information currently released will broadcast the Mainstage and Freedom, but as previously announced, Crystal Garden, Atmosphere, CORE, and The Library will also be available to follow over the 10-day series of events.
The first weekend will feature a number of popular acts on the Mainstage, for example on the first day, including Vini Vici, DJ Tiësto, and The Chainsmokers, while the second day will feature Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, James Hype, Alok, and the third day will see Vintage Culture, Martin Garrix, Timmy Trumpet, and many more will entertain the festival goers over the three days. Freedom features the names of some of the most famous artists in the world such as MEDUZA, Kölsch, Anyma, Camelphat, Rebelion & Vertile, and many more.
Several performers commented on the Instagram post, a few of them below:
“see you saturday!! 🙌🙌🙌”, wrote Afrojack.
“Cant’t wait to see all the flags on the Mainstage again! 🔥🚀“, commented Alok.
“👾🔥“, added MEDUZA.
According to the website’s timeline, the countdown to the live broadcast will start at 16:00 on Friday and the first performer will be Henri PFR, Belgian DJ and composer. After that, it will be possible to follow almost every hour throughout the weekend via multiple channels, either watching or listening.
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