The 17th edition of Tomorrowland is just over two weeks away, and though tickets are officially sold out, fans who won’t be making the trip to Boom, Belgium for the iconic festival will still have a chance to tune into all the action.
During both festival weekends—July 21-23 and July 28-30—the festival will broadcast 10 days live via the official Tomorrowland website and the Tomorrowland app.
Streaming in 4K, One World TV—the festival’s official streaming page—will broadcast live performances from this year’s “Adscendo” mainstage and the Freedom stage, featuring sets from Afrojack, Alok, Amelie Lens, Nina Kraviz, Paul Kalkbrenner, Steve Angello, Timmy Trumpet and many more.
In between the festival weekends, One World TV will look back on weekend one and countdown to weekend two, replaying a variety of DJ sets from other stages throughout the venue including Crystal Garden, Atmosphere, CORE, and The Library.
One World Radio, Tomorrowland’s official radio station will also be broadcasting live all festival long, with hosts Adam K, Ben Malone, and Justin Wilkes treating listeners to a “unique front-row experience” from their on-site studio.
One World Radio will be live every day of the festival from 12PM-1AM local time, with 13 hours of daily live sets and renowned Tomorrowland artists stopping by the studio.
Those in attendance for Tomorrowland can drop by the One World Radio studio all weekend long, which will kick off its broadcast with “The Gathering at Dreamville”—the festival’s one and only official opening party on Thursday, July 20 and 27.
Tomorrowland is also inviting festival goers to record messages at the studio to be shared with the rest of the world.
Follow all of the excitement from Tomorrowland 2023 via One World TV and One World Radio here.
Featured image provided by Tomorrowland.