Tomorrowland 2023 is going bigger and better than ever before with the announcement of this year’s lineup. Tomorrowland ‘Adscendo’ will include over 600 acts, performing over the course of two back-to-back weekends, July 21-23, 2023, and July 28-30, 2023.
There are slated to be over 30 stage hosts as Tomorrowland 2023 returns to its home in Boom, Belgium. The full lineup for this year’s event reads like a book – and a who’s who of electronic music. Taking place across 14 mesmerizing and over-the-top stages, the experience of Tomorrowland is larger-than-life.
This year, Tomorrowland will deliver performances from Afrojack, Alesso, Alok, Armin van Buuren, Black Coffee, The Chainsmokers, Claptone, Da Tweekaz, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Dom Dolla, Don Diablo, Eric Prydz, Hardwell, Henri PFR, James Hype, Kungs, Lost Frequencies, Lucas & Steve, Martin Garrix, Meduza, Netsky, Nicky Romero, Ofenbach, Oliver Heldens, Otto Knows, Paul Kalkbrenner, Purple Disco Machine, Quintino, R3HAB, Robin Schulz, Sebastian Ingrosso, Steve Angello, Steve Aoki, Sub Zero Project, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Tiësto, Timmy Trumpet, Topic, Vini Vici, W&W, and Yves V, among hundreds of other artists.
If deeper, melodic house, techno, live techno acts are more within your wheelhouse, prepare to be serenated by the likes of Adam Beyer, Adriatique, Agents Of Time, Âme, Anyma, Bedouin, Boris Brejcha, Cellini, Dino Lenny, Dixon, DJ Tennis, Joris Voorn, Joseph Capriati, Kevin De Vries, Kölsch, Maceo Plex, Mathame, Mind Against, Reinier Zonneveld, and Stephan Bo, among others.
A huge range of female artists will be jumping behind the decks this summer: 20-year-old One World Radio resident Amber Broos, techno superstar Amelie Lens, Brazilian DJ & producer ANNA, Siberian born techno artist Anfisa Letyago, B Jones (the first Spanish artist in history to perform at the Tomorrowland Mainstage in 2022), Slovenian selector Brina Knauss, Turkish classical musician & multi-instrumentalist Carlita, Irish-born artistic soul CiCi, artistic pioneer & queer icon Honey Dijon, Spanish psy-techno producer Indira Paganotto, Ukrainian talent Korolova, American advocate for gender equality and female empowerment LP Giobbi, Belgian hardstyle powerhouse Mandy, Belgian dance sensation MATTN, Australian twin sisters NERVO, DJ Nina Kraviz, South African-Swiss deep house producer Nora En Pure, fast-rising UK talent Tita Lau, and many more.
What started as a music festival has transformed into a cultural phenomenon – and Tomorrowland 2023 is certain to keep that tradition alive. Voted the world’s number one music festival, this year marks the 17th anniversary of the colossal event. More than 400,000 attendees are expected to attend across both weekends, however, if you’re unable to experience Tomorrowland in person, organizers will once again deliver a two-weekend live stream with multiple channels.
For the full lineup, tickets, and more information, visit tomorrowland.com.
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