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Gary Richards, a music producer under the Destructo alias, has surprisingly unveiled that there were allegedly plans for TomorrowWorld to return the US following its collapse after a disaster 2015 edition of the festival. Speaking with freelance and Billboard journalist Kat Bein, Richards revealed the information on the People of Tomorrow Facebook Group page during a live Q&A. Under questioning from fans wondering why

As the event-management company SFX undergoes its LiveStyle rebrand, it remains as prominent as ever, still dominating the U.S market, holding ownership of events such as New York's Electric Zoo festival and Texas' Sun City Music Festival. However, the return of another major festival could be on the cards. In an update posted on the company's official website, it was suggested that TomorrowWorld and Tomorrowland Brasil would

It has just been revealed that Tomorrowland Brasil has been cancelled next year following two successful editions of the festival. Due to the economic situation in Brasil, the decision has been taken to cancel the festival in 2017. However, it has been stated that the event will return in 2018 as normal. Having just announced that the original event, Tomorrowland

Earlier this month, TomorrowWorld has announced that its annual festival in Georgia will not be returning in 2016. After a disastrous weekend last September, where thousands of TomorrowWorld attendees were stranded in the rain, the festival organizer has taken a major hit in its revenue. They have issued an official statement: “Unfortunately in the current environment, it is not possible to give

It's a sad day for dance music fans as TomorrowWorld (Atlanta) has officially confirmed that the event will not take place this year. Just recently were fans and independent media speculating the return of TomorrowWorld, but after a tough year facing scrutiny and their parent company going bankrupt, the inevitable finally happened. However, Festival spokesperson Debby Wilmsen told the Atlanta Business

The tumultuous year for SFX Entertainment continued today as the company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.  The company in charge of Tomorrowland, Electric Zoo, Mysteryland, and Beatport appears to be facing an unstable future. With the bankruptcy filing, the company will see some massive changes.  The first of which will see founder Robert F.X. Sillerman replaced as CEO of the company.

Tomorrowland, a place which many consider heaven on earth and a musical sanctuary, home to different cultures and people all connected through the universal language of music, a place of unity and respect. Last year the festival located in Boom, Belgium celebrated it’s 10th edition and hosted two separate weekends of pure madness and happiness, and over 360,000 people attended the

Right when people were somewhat starting to forgive TomorrowWorld for their muddy disaster during this year’s event, the festival’s management has angered its attendees even more. After leaving thousands of people stranded under terrible conditions in Chattahoochee Hills, TomorrowWorld issued a full refund to all of the attendees. However, it is now reported that while some people might have already

  It looked like the end of one of the most successful festivals in the USA. We all remember these pictures showing muddy and struggling festival-goers, who were refused entrance to the festival grounds due to heavy rain falls at Chattahoochee hills, where TomorrowWorld was hosted for the third time. For the organization and its parent company SFX, it seemed quite hard

TomorrowWorld, which took place this past September 25-27 in a realm hidden from civilization, deep within the forests of Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, faced yet another problem during its event packed weekend. After all the hype surrounding the Sunday fiasco, we've also found out Ummet Ozcan had a little bit of a run in himself. Dutch-Turkish DJ and producer had been playing at the Smash The House stage, when an unknown

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