It’s still a good few months away but it looks like Tomorrowland organizers have already done a lot. Not only have they secured their venue for the next 15 years, but they’ve also announced their full 2020 lineup. And now, they’ve just revealed their various split and special stages for the upcoming edition. When it comes to stages, Tomorrowland has proven themselves to be the best among most EDM festivals. What they set up are undeniably works of art, adding a visual feast to complement the excellent musical offerings. Furthermore, the split stages have helped fans listen to EDM much more clearly. So for this year, that tradition continues. Firstly, for the main stage, it’s no surprise the edition’s biggest names will dominate for most of the festival. The likes of Carl Cox, Armin van Buuren, Don Diablo, and Tiësto will take over during the first weekend. While Adam Beyer, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and Fisher will rule the second weekend.
For attendees who want the more techno side of EDM, Tomorrowland’s Exhale stage will hit the spot. This year, techno giant Amelie Lens will host this particular stage. A prominent superstar in the game, the Belgian DJ has proven herself to be quite the artist when it comes to this sub-genre. However, she’s not going at it alone. Helena Hauff, Ben Klock, and Milo Spykers will all bring their techno know-how as well. They will join in on the fun at the Exhale stage. Additionally, Carl Cox will also bring his “Revolution” stage alongside Maceo Plex. And if that’s not enough, the latter will also present his own stage, “Ellum Audio,”. Perhaps one of the more visually arresting stages of Tomorrowland, the Rose Garden, will also return this 2020. Likely to feature its now-iconic dragon design, this special stage has become a heavy favorite among the festival’s fans. It’s the sort of fairytale-like ambiance that separates the Tomorrowland from other events of its kind. As for this stage’s headliners, Generation Smash will dominate this 2020. They will give way for the likes of Bassjackers, Rusko, DJ Ghost, and Wilkinson to play across both weekends. Apart from the main stage, attendees will likely flock here the most out of all the stand-alone special stages.
The L’Orangerie and Freedom stages will also return to spice things up in Tomorrowland 2020. The former, which just debuted at Tomorrowland Winter, has become quite the new hot spot at their main summer festival as well. This year, Monstercat, Future Sound of Egypt, and Psygathering will host this stage this July. If they prove successful, it won’t be farfetched to expect that L’Orangerie will become a new permanent stage during the main Tomorrowland festival. As for the Freedom stage, Eric Prydz plans to bring back his successful Holosphere from last year. He will share the stage alongside Charlotte de Witte, Joris Voorn, and Michael Bibi, among many others. Tomorrowland 2020 will run on two weekends this July, The first will be from July 17 to 19, 2020. while the second will run from July 24 to 27, 2020. Tickets have already gone on sale on their website since February 1, 2020. News Outlets have even reported that they may have sold out most of their tickets already.
- Tomorrowland Featured Image – TheBrusselsTimes.com
- Festival Stage at Tomorrowland – FestivalSherpa.com
- Rose Garden at Tomorrowland – FestivalSquad.com
- L’Orangerie Stage – Tomorrowland YouTube Channel