Tomorrowland’s Digital Festival Will Take Place On Interactive Virtual Island

In light of this year’s cancellation, the organizers of Tomorrowland are throwing their own digital festival called Tomorrowland Around the World. Taking place on July 25-26, 2020, the event will be hosted on a virtual venue called Pāpiliōnem, an ancient and magical island of nature. 

Unlike the actual Tomorrowland, the virtual festival welcomes guests of all ages. But like the actual festival, there will be multiple stages–7 to be exact. And what’s so fun about this is that you will be able to explore the stages and interact with other guests online! The show will be accessible through a web browser so you can use your phone or computer. Just hop online from 16h00–01h00 CEST (or 7am-4pm PDT) to experience a digital festival like no other. 

The lineup includes a roster of big names such as Afrojack, Armin Van Buuren, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, Oliver Heldens, Steve Aoki, and David Guetta. One-day tickets will cost €12.50 ($14.07) or two-day passes will be €20.00 ($22.51). Prices include an access code to the Relive platform, where you can re-watch performances for the following week.

There are also special Home Party packages are available to share the access code with friends or a variety of People of Tomorrow Packages that includes the access code and goodies such as bracelets, event posters, an ice cube shaper,  a JBL Flip 5 speaker, Red Bull LED cups, LED foam sticks, confetti shooters, a bottle opener, a dice game, and an official flag. You can buy your pass now on Tomorrowland’s website if you don’t want FOMO!

*Featured images from Tomorrowland PR

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