TomorrowWorld Approved to Stay in Georgia Until 2025
It's official. TomorrowWorld has been approved to stay in Georgia until 2025. The festival, which is still in its juvenescence, is considered by many as one of North America’s premier electronic dance music events. Coming into its third year, the festival has made a name for itself with its amazing lineups on top of the fantastic environment and beautiful stages that it provides year in and year out. Nestled in the hills of Georgia, a land permit for TomorrowWorld was unanimously approved by Chattahoochee Hills City Council members which will allow the festival to stay at its home until 2025. Like Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas, TomorrowWorld has had a massively positive economic impact on Atlanta, bringing in over $70 million over the course of the festival.
One reason why TomorrowWorld is so successful is their loyalty to their fans. As a primarily camping festival, DreamVille, the campgrounds adjacent to the festival grounds, plays a big role in the success of the festival. Year after year, TomorrowWorld organizers are improving the site and this year they announced the addition of Breakfast Beats, a brand new event held on the campgrounds every morning. In the wee hours of the day, campers can grab classic breakfast fare, listen to music provided by live DJs, and get a start to the day with some breakfast cocktails like Bloody Marys or mimosas. TomorrowWorld has also announced their list of 2015 stage curators, featuring the likes of Ibiza legend Jamie Jones, the reigning world’s #1 DJ, Hardwell, and techno legend, Adam Beyer.
Tier 2 tickets to DreamVille and GA tickets to TomorrowWorld are on sale now, so make sure to grab yours and don’t miss out on this amazing festival! Until then, check out the amazing aftermovie from Tomorrowworld last year below!