TomorrowWorld to be accompanied by total lunar eclipse
With just a month left until TomorrowWorld in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, festival promoter ID&T is getting a free boost in production value from Mother Nature herself. On the final evening of the 3-day festival (Sunday, September 27), the fourth and last total lunar eclipse of the 2014-2015 tetrad — also known as the blood moon — will rise high above the night sky as headliners like Armin Van Buuren and Porter Robinson take the stage. TomorrowWorld’s production is already unparalleled to most other major festivals with past elements including fire-breathing fish, jumping water features and a towering mainstage whose individual parts take over two months to transport from Belgium.
Depending on your metaphysical or religious beliefs, the blood moon signifies different things to different cultures. The one in April 2014 was thought by some to be an apocalyptic blood moon signaling the end of times. The past three total eclipses took place in April 2014, October 2014 and April 2015. The next tetrad of the 21st century will occur in the 2018-2019 tetrad on January 31, 2018.
Tickets and camping packages for TomorrowWorld are still available here.