Tomorrowland releases set times and new stages for 2019 edition
Tomorrowland will celebrate its 15th anniversary in just a week and has revealed its set times for both weekends. Taking place in Boom, Belgium over the weekends of July 19-21 and July 26-28, the festival will host the likes of Armin van Buuren, Adam Beyer, Alison Wonderland, David Guetta, Charlotte de Witte, and many more.
Although Tomorrowland has grown to be the biggest dance music festival in the world—attracting attendees internationally—it has plans to make its 2019 iteration even more special. The festival will open with the “Symphony of Unity,” a one-hour 60-piece orchestral performance of Tomorrowland anthems, and will unveil changes to its myriad of stages.
Some notable changes include reconfiguration to the Freedom stage, which will host Eric Prydz‘s HOLOSPHERE structure, the addition of a hardstyle-dedicated stage dubbed the Q-Dance stage, the introduction of Tomorrowland Winter stage L’Orangerie, and a brand new main stage reinterpreting Tomorrowland’s iconic 2012 “Book of Wisdom” theme. The main stage has been in construction since September 2018 and will be 26 meters tall and 132 meters wide, the same dimensions as the Planaxis stage.
Tomorrowland set times for both weekends can be found here.