Tomorrowland Around the World announces line up and theme for 2021

Tomorrowland Around The World announces lineup for its second chapter on July 16 & 17 on Pāpiliōnem Island.

The rumor was running through Billboard of a new Around the World for this summer and it finally came true. Regardless of the face-to-face festival, the idea of celebrate a new Around the World it was a fact. Moving their dates to the end of August and the beginning of September (despite having been canceled) left a free slot on their original dates that they somehow wanted to celebrate with their fans.

The magical and virtual island Pāpilionem will host a new event of Tomorrowland, this time, of a shorter duration than the previous edition. On Friday day 16 will start at 19 p.m. and end at 00 a.m. while on Saturday day 17 will start two hours before, ending at 2 a.m.


On the first day, you'll surround yourself with well-known artists on a Tomorrowland mainstage. Lost Frequencies, Alan Walker, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Fedde le Grand or Kölsch. Vini Vici will bring psy-trance to the main stage, plus Brazilian superstar Vintage Culture and KC Lights. Elixir will be the only secondary stage that will be available on this first day with Adam Beyer, Charlotte de Witte, HI-LO & Rebūke.

To end this edition of only two days, the mainstage will have top-level artists such as Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Claptone, Nicky Romero, Robin Schulz, Sam Feldt, Topic & Yves V. Unlike the first day, it will have 6 different stages to the mainstage. Techno will be concentrated between the stages Core and Atmosphere, this being Afterlife host. The Cave and The Wall will once again host the hard sounds, with hosts from Monstercat and Q-dance respectively. Finally, in Elixir will find more mainstream artists like Danny Avila, Mike Williams or Quintino.

Amicorum Spectaculum will be the theme chosen for the event, which was already held in 2017 in the face-to-face event. Will we be before a virtual world surrounded by acrobats and animals? So far, we only have the first photos of the main stage.

For more information and ticket sales, you can access the official website of Tomorrowland.

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