Tommorrowland drops a MASSIVE Lineup for 2020
Each year headliners for Tomorrowland usually come out in phases in the months leading up to the Belgium festival. For example, last year organizers started revealing artists' names in January and didn't make the final announcement till June. Well, that has not been the case for the 2020 event, which will take place July 17th-19th and July 24th-26th.
Although, you might have to pull out a magnifying glass for this insanely large lineup! In the announcement made earlier this week revealed that the mainstage will be headlined by EDM heavyweights such as Alesso, Marshmello, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. The monstercat will host a stage headlined by Krewella, Slushii and Jauz B2B NGHTMRE, with hardstyle acts like Coone, Da Tweekaz and Noisecontrollers at the Q-Dance stage.
It was also announced that Erik Prydz would be bringing his world-famous Holosphere to the festival's "Freedom" stage. This has gotten many fans excited and talking about the lineup announcement. Among its other headliners throughout both weekends are Armin Van Buren, Charolette De Witte, and Artbart.
Tomorrowland debuted its first festival in 2005, it then spread to two weekends in 2014. The festival organizers just signed a deal to extend to its contract at its current location through 2034 so it looks like Tommorrowland is going anywhere anytime soon.