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We break down the Tomorrowland 2020 lineup so you don’t have to

Tomorrowland has just revealed its’ massive 2020- a lineup so big, you have to have either really good eyes, or a magnifying glass, to make it out. It is a literal wall of text. To make your life easier, let us help break it down for you!

With over 200 artists spread across more than 50 stages, Tomorrowland has a little something for everyone! For all you railbreakers out there, Excision, SVDDEN Death, Herobust, Spag Heddy, and Illenium are all making their Tomorrowland debuts as dubstep/bass music continues its rise in popularity across the pond.

British Columbia’s own Ekali and Whipped Cream bring some Pacific Northwest flavor to the Belgium-based festival. Frequent PNW visitors Dillion Francis, REZZ, Pegboard Nerds, Jauz, NGHTMRE, and Tchami will feature as well.

Can you say “Despacito”? A special Good Times Ahead (GTA) Latin set, and performances from Latin superstars Nicky Jam, Luis Fonsi, and Becky G will surely have you busting out the tequila, and shaking those hips!

Speaking of celebrity performances, Paris Hilton makes her Tomorrowland return- whether you like it, or not.

Bringing the EDM superstar power, however, are Alesso, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, Marshmello, Carl Cox, David Guetta, and Tiesto (to name a few).

Notably absent this year is Salvatore Ganacci, who’s over-the-top Tomorrowland mainstage antics will surely be missed. Swedish House Mafia fans will be disappointed as the legendary trio will not be making its anticipated Tomorrowland return. Hardwell fans will also have to keep waiting as he continues his hiatus from live performances.

Check out the full lineup below:

 

Tomorrowland returns to the tiny town of Boom, Belgium for two weekends: July 17-19 and July 24-26. Tickets usually sell out in a blink of an eye. For details, click here.

What do you think about the Tomorrowland 2020 lineup? Let us know in our comments section on Facebook, and Twitter!

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  1. Elena

    January 16, 2021 at 7:15 am

    2020 has ruined all small big happiness. I wanted to attend the music festival but this pandemic has spoiled my plan. I hope in 2021 it happens. Cant wait.

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