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Tomorrowland gears up to be the ultimate remote festival

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Tomorrowland is taking things to the next level with its remote festival this year. Since the festival won’t be proceeding in person due to the COVID 19 crisis, the festival is ready to amp it up for fans as they experience the magic live from their living rooms. The team at Tomorrowland is even trying out some new interactive specs for the remote festival.

“People will be able to use their computer, smartphone, or tablet to navigate the digital festival terrain and discover the new music of their favorite DJs”

Instead of watching the Livestream from a TV, fans will have the chance to actually navigate the different stages of the festival. It’s said that the digital festival will have eight different stages, some of which will include the iconic Tomorrowland stages in addition to brand new ones designed just for this digital festival. The stages are 3D with the actual DJs on the stream.

“Tomorrowland around the world” will be streaming on July 25th through 26th from 3:00 PM to 1:00 AM on both days. You can find more information leading up to the event here. We cannot wait to experience this once in a lifetime digital festival!

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