Tomorrowland releases set times ahead of virtual New Year’s Eve event
After unveiling a star power-laden lineup for its 2020 New Year’s Eve affair and presenting a preview of the four stages across which the digital event will unfold, Tomorrowland now lifts the curtain on the livestream’s schedule.
The virtual celebration’s timetable sees CamelPhat, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Diplo, and Brennan Heart lay claim to the midnight slots at the Atmosphere, Melodia, Planaxis, and Pulse stages, respectively. Notably, the festival will open with Lost Frequencies and close with an “afterparty” set from David Guetta‘s Jack Back alias.
Set times for Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Boys Noize, Charlotte de Witte, Kölsch back-to-back with Joris Voorn, Maceo Plex, and all others who received the Tomorrowland tap can be viewed below. The digital event is set to kick off at 8:00 p.m. local time in all time zones around the world and conclude at 3:00 a.m.
In addition to a gleaming fireworks display that will formally usher in the new year at midnight, viewers can expect a wealth of new music. “I’m going to play so much unreleased music and I really want to take people on a journey, playing some different sounding stuff and new things–I want it to be more of an experience,” Garrix stated in a press release.
Charlotte de Witte added,
“I’m playing some exclusive tracks and unreleased stuff–techno music with some trance influences.”
Ticket options are broken down into three tiers, each priced at $24 (€20), $30 (€25), and $59 (€50). The first tier includes access to all four stages, while a NYE Pass + on-demand pass allows viewers to relive all the performances on-demand from January 1–14. The top-tier Home Celebration Pass includes four on-demand passes. Learn more about tier pricing and packages here, and see the stage breakdowns here.
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