1. Tomorrowland 2018

    Tomorrowland takes on a whole new theme this year, with the circus themed celebration last year this year’s aquatic theme seems like another world away but as always it’s sure to be a memorable event. Running across two weekends from the 20th to the 22nd and the 27th to the 29th of July in Boom, Belgium. The festival has released many details about the concept which includes a video.

    The story of Planaxis is based around the conservation of our oceans and the creators mentioned that the festival is an immersive experience where the audience can discover how beautiful our oceans are. The creators also announced the stage splits for 2018, with such a big festival it can be hard to get your head around it so its worth checking out the stage breakdown but to just mention a few, the mainstage will host acts such as Carl Cox, Alison Wonderland, Alan Walker and many others.

    The Paradise stage features acts such as Detlef, Jamie Jo

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  2. Tomorrowland Festival Launches Golden Ticket Competition

    The Popular EDM festival Tomorrowland has launched a competition to win a Golden Ticket package to the festival, which is set to run on two consecutive weekends from 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th July in the city of Boom in Belgium.

    The Golden Ticket package includes Comfort Passes for both weekends for the winner and three friends, as well as 10 nights in the Tomorrowland Theme Hotel, a “magical” week between both weekends – including a detox day, a “Belgian Journey” and activities in Antwerp and Bruges – food in the Tomorrowland restaurants, TML By Tomorrowland fashion items and free drinks.

    This year's theme is a quirky circus theme and the festival will have mystical dancers and Tarot readers, hot air balloons, aerial ballerinas, jesters, cabaret performers, and performances from Armin Van Buuren, Eric Prydz, Paul Van Dyk and more.

    To enter, all you have to do is post a

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  3. Tomorrowland Festival 2016

    Tomorrowland festival kicked off on Friday,  finally revealing to everyone the design of this year’s main stage. Known as one of the biggest electronic music festivals on the planet its unique stage set-ups attract 120,000 visitors each year from all over the world. 

    Since launching in 2005 in the town of Boom, Belgium’s Tomorrowland has been renowned for its incredible production and innovative weird and wacky stage designs.

    Each year Tomorrowland has a chosen theme with this year’s theme being “The Elixir Of Life”. Exhibiting large trees, lush greenery and fantasy style stages with dragons models, this year’s theme is a true fairytale and Tomorrowlands production hasn’t disappointed. This year’s main stage featured a giant tree including different platforms and levels for artists. Similar to previous years the main stage shows included fireworks and smoke amongst other pyrotechnics which proved to us that To

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  4. Beatport. Tomorrowland. Electric Zoo. All Bankrupt?

    The owner of Beatport, SFX Entertainment has officially filed for bankruptcy today. The same company is also behind many of our biggest festivals, such as Tomorrowland and Electric Zoo.

    Beatport was purchased just two years ago by SFX Entertainment. All that we can assume from this latest piece of information is this could be the last of SFX CEO Robert Sillerman's involvement with Beatport regarding it's sudden downfall.

    We don't doubt this is the end for Beatport. In fact, it could turn out to be good news, enabling them to become private and to alleviate them from their debt accrued by their parent company. Who will be in line to buy this bankrupt brand?

    However, the truth of the matter is: Beatport is bust.

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