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It might not bring the same emotions or the same experience, but this year’s Tomorrowland is trying to bring an exhilarating adventure right to your home devices.
To be showcased online on July 25 and 26, this year it will consist of eight virtual stages, including Atmosphere, Core, Freedom Stage, and Elixir. There are more than 100 digital creators who have worked on this project to bring real-life experience to your screens, complete with laser shows and virtual stages.
"We hope that hundreds of thousands of people will unite in a responsible way and that small Tomorrowland gatherings at people's homes - from Canada to Australia, from Japan to Brazil and everywhere in between – will be organised," says Tomorrowland co-founder Michiel Beers.
The line-up is always exciting and showcases the best of EDM, and this year the best of the best will join again, including the likes of Alan Walker, Afrojack, and Steve Akoi.
Tomorrowland will go live from 7:30 pm to 4:30 AM IST. But those who aren’t able to find time on the given day can watch it later as the event is time-zone friendly. The prices are very reasonable with the day passes and weekend passes costing around € 1,060 and €1696 respectively.
So go ahead, party at home responsibly and stay safe.
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