This year’s TomorrowWorld theme “The Arising of Life” will be complemented by a massive pyrotechnic main stage also known as the “Volcano Stage”. The festival hits the Chattahoochee Hills in Georgia this September for a second time after massing over 120,000 attendees from 75 different countries last year.
The “Volcano Stage” is over 400 feet wide and 100 feet tall with multiple waterfalls and a massive volcano that will be erupting over the three-day event. The immense set-up, along with additional treats associated with “The Arising of Life”, trekked a 6,000 mile journey from Belgium across the Atlantic to the 8,000 acre playground that is Chattahoochee Hills. We can expect the grounds to be transformed into the dream-esque atmosphere that Tomorrowland has epitomized each year.
With ever-growing hype for dance music in the U.S. TomorrowWorld is on track to match the energy seen each year in Belgium. The theme for this year was born at Tomorrowland 2013 which saw over 180,000 attendees and 16 million viewers worldwide. The 21+ event is the largest of its kind in the States and proves a more mature (drinking-aged) extravaganza while the young guns catch the live stream from home.
Some of this year’s headliners include Richie Hawtin, Kaskade and Diplo alongside other numerous big name acts. Check the full lineup here.