The full Tomorrowland line up has been announced

Tomorrowland’s Amicorum Spectaculum will bring together over 1000 artists from all genres, styles and substyles of electronic music for 6 days, offering a total of nearly 104,000 minutes of grooves and the ultimate musical experience. The complete musical programme has now been announced, and all the names are listed per stage and per day on The timetable will be available starting in June via the Tomorrowland app and on the website.

A mix of young talent and established names from Belgium and abroad will provide musical diversity and dazzle. The programme has been built up around a number of hosts, each one of whom is a global trendsetter in his or her genre. Spread over 17 magical stages, for two whole weekends, a total of 360,000 festival guests will be treated to a fabulous show.

The spectacular Mainstage is slated to welcome global superstars such as Tiësto, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Martin Garrix, Axwell ^ Ingrosso, David Guetta, Paul Kalkbrenner, DJ Snake, etc. And each day, the Tomorrowland mainstage will be opened with the original Daybreak Sessions. Carl Cox kicks things off with a 3-hour DJ set on Friday 21 July.

Although Tomorrowland is the world’s most international event, Belgian artists and concepts will be well represented. Netsky and Lost Frequencies will not only have a spot on the mainstage but they will also host stages of their own at Amicorum Spectaculum. Tomorrowland would be unthinkable without the Belgian label Bonzai, that will also celebrate its 25th birthday in 2017. The Liege-based Forma.T will invite the French label Hungry Music as guests and on Dave Clarke’s stage you can spot the Flemish DJ Charlotte de Witte. The Magician will also get his own stage: Potion, but he’ll also appear on Martin Solveig’s “My House” stage on Friday 21 July. Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike will bring some upcoming talent to their “Generation Smash” stage. The young upstart from Brussels, Henri PFR, will also be taking his first spin on the Mainstage. The Belgian band Stavroz will play a DJ set at Tomorrowland. On Radio Modern, the band Cookies & Cream will be joined by the Retronettes for sensational a live disco show.



Some musical trivia:

• Carl Cox celebrated his 50th birthday at Tomorrowland in 2012. This year, the legendary Carl Cox will be 55 on 29 July.

• On 28 July 2013, Armin van Buuren began his set on the Tomorrowland stage just after having become the father to a son. Exactly four years later, Armin will appear on A State of Trance. Armin has even more in store for Tomorrowland’s Amicorum Spectaculum. Not a new baby this time, but a unique collaboration that he will be announcing soon.



• Netsky will be appearing for the third time at Tomorrowland. On 24 July 2010, together with Murdock feat. Quest One MC, he laid down a blazing set at De Schorre. In 2014, he did it again, and this year, he’ll have his own stage and of course, there’s a spot reserved for Murdock on the NETSKY & Friends stage.

• Craig David presents TS5, Felix Jaehn (known for his remix of ‘Cheerleader’) and Oscar & The Wolf are utterly original and will underscore the diversity of the Tomorrowland programme.

• Fatboy Slim, Tiësto, Markus Schulz are once again bound for De Schorre. Last year, Deadmau5 was joined by Eric Prydz onstage, who will certainly make the last festival day memorable this time around as well. On 30 July, you’ll find this influential producer at PRYDA. Tiësto has just released a new track called “BOOM” which, according to his management, is a reference to the town of Boom.

• Since Dave Clarke first set foot on the hallowed ground of Boom in 2015, he’s never missed an edition of Tomorrowland and this year, again, he’ll host his own stage.

• David Guetta, Martin Solveig, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Yves V, Yves Deruyter have also managed not to skip a single Tomorrowland. David Guetta got his start in the Versuz tent and for a few years now, he’s been a favourite of the festival crowd on the Mainstage.

• It’s no secret that artists like to experiment at Tomorrowland. There’s room for B2B-sets, for launching new collabs or DJs stepping out of their comfort zone and trying out an alter ego. For example, Afrojack played the Tomorrowland Breakday Sessions under his own name, “Nick van de Wal”. This year, the artists Cirez D, Mescal Kid, NWYR, Gouryella, Dakota are on the programme. Each one is an alias for a well-known DJ who wants to try making a different sound from what the audience has come to expect.

• Various DJ couples will be joining forces behind the decks. Last year, Adam Beyer played B2B with his wife Ida Engberg. This year, Niels Feijen will be playing side by side with LYA, and VISION MACHINE with his zin NATASJA. The Dutch DJ Unders will be accompanied by his partner Britta from Berlin.

• Unique in the history of Tomorrowland is that a father, Delafino, together with his very own daughter Luna Fino, will be sharing the musical passion and love for house with the audience. They will be passing the torch at a very special location, the LEAF stage that is also the most sustainable stage at the festival.

• Nick Bril not only makes the magic happen in the kitchen of The Jane, but he’ll also show up for two DJ sessions at Tomorrowland. You’ll find him at both the Ants stage on the stage of Diynamic. Plus, he’s also the ambassador for Tomorrowland Tastes of the World restaurant.

• It’s a woman’s world at Tomorrowland with the likes of Daoud (Charlotte De Cock), Vaal – that’s right, the daughter of Sting-, Charlotte de Witte, Nina Kraviz, Amare, Krewella, MTTN, Alison Wonderland, Rebekah, Lady S, Francesca Lombardo, Sandrien, Nadine Adjani, Trixy, Annie Hall, Trinity, Lena, Q-LaLane, Maya Jane Coles…

• I LOVE TECHNO: the legendary concept returns to Belgium, with loads of bigtime names such as The Belleville Three, the pioneers of Detroit techno.

• Tastes of the World will bring together all the flavours of the world at Tomorrowland. Not only do the festival guests and the food selection at Tomorrowland promise a lively, international mix, but onstage as well you’ll find artists from all over the world, such as Blade & Beard who left Iran to follow their passion: music, and Krewella, two sisters with Pakistani roots.

Tomorrowland 2017, Boom – Belgium: 21-22-23 & 28-29-30 July 2017

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