Tomorrowland 2021: Tomorrowland is a Belgian electronic dance music festival. The first edition of this festival was organized on 15 August 2005. It was organized by Manu Beers, Michiel Beers, and ID&T.
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The performers that performed at this festival were – Push (M.I.K.E), Erwin Tang Yew Hon, Armin Van Buuren, Cor Fijneman, Yves Deruyter, Technoboy, Yoji Biomehanika, and Coone.
Journey of Tomorrowland (Festival)
- 2006 – The second festival was held on 30 July 2006. It was hosted by Marco Bailey, Fred Baker, Armin Van Buuren, Axwell, David Guetta, Ruthless, and DJ Zany. Emjay, the ‘Stimulate,’ the anthem of 2006, performed on the main stage with The Atari Babies.
- 2007 – The third-year festival lasted for two days on 28 and 29 July 2007, and it was the first two-day festival in its history.
- 2008 – The fourth year festival held on 26 and 27 July. More than 100 DJs participated in it, and the number of visitors exceeded 50,000. Both things happened for the first time in Festival’s journey.
- 2009 – In the fifth festival, musicians such as – Push, Natural Born Deejays, and SASH from the dance scene were present. In addition, La Rocca performed live at the event for the first time. This year’s festival was held on 25 and 26 July and attracted 90,000 people.
- 2010 – Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and Tara McDonald wrote the official anthem ‘Tomorrow Give Into The Night,’ performing the song twice on the main stage. The song reached number 5 in the Belgian commercial charts and is the biggest selling anthem for Tomorrowland.
- 2011 – The festival was held for three days – 22, 23, and 24 July. This event has had the theme ‘The Tree of Life’ and the anthem ‘The Way We See The World’ by Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike,
- 2012 – This festival was held on 27, 28, 29 July 2012. This festival consisted of 400 DJs, such as Armin van Buuren, Ferry Corsten, Skrillex, Avicii, Marco Bailey, Skazi, David Guetta, Nervo, Hardwell, Swedish House Mafia, Afrojack, Steve Aoki, Juanma Tudon, Carl Cox, The Bloody Beetroots, Paul van Dyk, Martin Solveig, Chuckie, Fatboy Slim, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and Pendulum, and more.
- 2013 – This year, the festival was held on 26, 27, and 28 July and reached 180,000 attendees at De Schorre in Boom, Belgium. The anthem for Tomorrowland 2013 was ‘Chattahoochee’ by Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.
- 2014 – This year, the the10th anniversary of the festival was celebrated. This festival was held over two weekends- 18–20 July and 25–27 July.
- 2015 – This year, the festival was organized on 24, 25, and 26 July 2015. The theme for this year was ‘The Secret Kingdom of Melodia.’ Avicii, Hardwell, David Guetta, Tiesto, Armin van Burren, and Carl Cox performed.
- 2016 – This year’s event was organized on 22, 23, and 24 July. The theme for this year was ‘The Elixir of Life. Performers like – Tiesto, Axwell Ingrosso, Martin Garrix, The Chainsmokers, and many more performed at this festival.
- 2017 – This weekend was organized for two weekends, 21-23 and 28-30 July. The theme was the festival this year was ‘Amicorum Spectaculum.’ This year, a record number of tickets was sold – 400,000.
- 2018 – The festival took place on Friday 20 to Sunday 22 July and Friday 27 to Sunday 29 July. The theme of this year’s festival was The Story of Planaxis.
- 2019 – This year, the festival was organized from 19 to 21 and 26 to 28 July. This year, the mainstage design featured a tribute to the late DJ Acivii.
- 2020 – On 15 April, Tomorrowland announced the festival would not occur due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. After that, on 4 June, it announced a virtual festival would be organized for this year. At last, the event took place on July 25 and July 26, using Unreal Engine 4 for the virtual festival.
- 2021 – On 17 March 2021, Tomorrowland announced that the festival would be held until the final weekend of August and the first weekend of September.
Stages of Tomorrowland (Tomorrowland 2021)
Tomorrowland consists of many different stages. Here is the list of all the stages at Tomorrowland.
- Main Stage – The main stage is the festival’s centerpiece and has grown and evolved from its debut with the festival itself in 2005. It is considered the largest and most elaborate stage of a festival across the globe. The mainstage features all the headline artists to tend to be more mainstream. The mainstage design changes each year, but from 2009, it has been designed based on the festival theme for the year.
- Atmosphere – Atmosphere was introduced to Tomorrowland in 2018 and is located inside a circus top tent. The stage is 32 meters tall and 20 meters wide. It consists of LED lights and laser displays, and they are produced from 18 arrays of 4 Kara, each making up a 270° screen.
- Cage – Cage is located behind Rave Cave and is home to harder styles of electronic dance music. This stage has darker lighting than the other indoor stages.
- Casa Corona – Casa Corona was introduced in 2019 in place of the House of Masks. It is a small stage that functions as a bar than a stage despite the music being played.
- Freedom – Freedom is more likely described as Tomorrowland’s second stage. This stage is a two-floor open warehouse.
- Garden of Madness – Garden of Madness is basically presented by Dimitri Vega & Like Mike. This stage is built over the water and is a circular shape. And It is located in the center of the circle. It features hanging plants growing from the ceiling and water fountains.
- Harbour House – Harbour House is a small stage located above the water between Q-Dance and Casa Corona. The stage is house-shaped and makes use of bubble and smoke machines.
- Kara Savi – Kara Savi was introduced in 2019 and replaced The Tulip. The stage is a medium-sized stage with a seashell-shaped design.
- Leaf – Leaf is a fairly small house music stage. This stage is located on the walkway across the lake that divides the Tomorrowland site.
- Lotus – Lotus is a grass amphitheater with a concrete dancefloor and grass terraces.
- L’Orangerie – L’Orangerie is another stage built over water, and it is designed in a semi-circular shape. The stage has a metal dance floor.
- Q-Dance – Q-Dance was established as its own stage in 2019, replacing Theatre Formidable. The stage design features a giant sword piercing the earth.
- Rave Cave – Rave Cave is the smallest Tomorrowland stage. It is converted from a tunnel under a bridge, and it has one entrance blocked off.
- Rose Garden – Rose Garden is one of the oldest stages of Tomorrowland. The stage is semi-circular in shape and had a lattice framing.
- Youphoria – Youphoria is a large stage that is half covered at the rear of the dancefloor.
Arrangement of Food and Housing In Tomorrowland (Tomorrowland 2021)
Tomorrowland’s Dreamvill currently consists of seven camping areas. It offers mansion packages for guests to stay in a privately rented mansion in the local countryside. In addition, it provides hotel packages for guests to stay in a variety of Brussels hotels. The camping options extend from the Magnificent Greens Area, which houses basic campers, to the Terra Soils Area.
The arrangement of food, the Tomorrowland has several food outlets across the site serving various street foods from across the globe. In addition, it also offers Belgian specialties.
Tomorrowland Flag (Tomorrowland 2021)
The festival’s flag features the Tomorrowland logo on the background. It is divided into four quadrants diagonally, separated by a white diagonal stripe and bordered by a black diagonal stripe on each side. The festival logo attributes a crown, an eye, and a butterfly. The butterfly symbolizes freedom, the beauty of nature, and the purity of the human soul. The crown symbolizes equality and stewardship. The eye symbolizes looking out for each other and appreciates nature’s beauty. The four background colors of the flag represent nature’s four elements – water, earth, fire, and water.