Tomorrowland just announced the last of the remaining artists in phase 2 of its lineup reveal, adding even more big names to an already stacked roster. Previously announced acts include well-known DJ’s such as Above & Beyond, Armin van Buuren, Eric Prydz, and The Chainsmokers.
As the biggest electronic music festival in the world, over 400,000 people over two weekends are expected to attend this year’s 15th-anniversary edition of Tomorrowland, held in Boom, Belgium.
2019’s lineup is probably one of the most diverse the festival has ever had, sporting names like reggaeton artist J Balvin, bands Die Antwoord and Modestep, popstar Bebe Rexha, or hip hop artists ASAP Rocky and Young Thug.
Check out the full list of artists added to the lineup over the past week:
Andhim / Bassjackers / Charly Lownoise & Mental Theo / Dave Clarke / Die Antwoord / Dynoro / La Fleur / Laidback Luke / Marlo / Quintino / Rødhåd / Roni Size / Seven Lions / Tiësto / Virgil Abloh / Yellow Claw / Âme / Andrew Rayel / Bob Sinclar / Brennan Heart / Fedde Le Grand / Ida Engberg / Jauz / Kölsch / Kungs / Markus Schulz / Modestep / Nora En Pure / NWYR / Ofenbach / Sofi Tukker / Tiga / Agoria / Alok / Disciples / Dom Dolla / KiNK / Klingande / Kollektiv Turmstrasse / Lucas & Steve / Martin Solveig & Jax Jones / Nicky Romero / Nico Morano / Peggy Gou / Ruben De Ronde b2b Estiva / Sam Feldt LIVE / Slushii / Tommy Four Seven / Axwell / Barely Alive b2b Phaseone b2b Virtual Riot / Bebe Rexha / Cellini / Chris Lake / Chris Liebling / Cirez D / D-Block & S-Te-Fan / DJ Licious / Holy Goof / Jamie Jones / Jan Blomqvist / Konstantin Sibold / MK / Patrice Bäumel / Sam Paganini / Sub Zero Project
Tomorrowland 2019 is completely sold out, but you can watch the last year’s aftermovie below and keep up with this year’s festival here.
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