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Tomorrowland reveals its 15th Anniversary techno friendly hosts

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In 2019, Tomorrowland is celebrating 15 years and the festival has begun to tease its massive 2019 lineup as tickets sale gets closer.

The major announcements feature Eric Prydz who will bring the next chapter of his celebrated Epic show production to life. It’s called Holosphere, and it summarizes two years of hard work with state-of-the-art, 360-degree 3D hologram technology. The performance at Tomorrowland will be the productions world premiere.

Tomorrowland will go big on techno this year, with the return of Adam Beyer‘s Drumcode Stage, Jamie Jones‘s Paradise Stage, and Sven Väth’s Cocoon Stage. Nina Kraviz will also head her very own Tomorrowland stage, to further solidify Tomorrowland 2019 as a veritable techno harbor. Tomorrowland will also cater to house heads, namely through a Dirtybird stage and the reprise of Claptone‘s traveling party series, The Masquerade. In that mood, Barong Family, Robin Schulz & Friends and Anjunabeats accounts for just a fraction of the additional stage hosts scheduled to grace Tomorrowland’s 15th edition.

Tomorrowland 2019 line-up

 

The techno-friendly roster sees a number of industrial visionaries assume curative stage responsibilities. Charlotte de Witte, for one, will resume her KNTXT tour at Tomorrowland 2019. De Witte originally debuted her KNTXT showcase back in 2015 at Belgian nightclub, Fuse, and later revived KNTXT for some select shows in the spring of 2018.

As in the festival’s previous years of production, Tomorrowland will span two consecutive weekends in July. Tomorrowland’s opening weekend will run from July 19-21. The second and final weekend of the electronic affair will span from July 26-28.

 

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