Martin Garrix is planning on saving 2020 at the eleventh hour.
As his fans anticipate his momentous performance at Tomorrowland's first-ever New Year's Eve festival, Garrix has given them even more to be excited about. In a press release issued by Tomorrowland today, the brand shared a quote by the dance music superstar wherein he reveals his plans to premiere a slew of new unreleased tracks, which he hopes will "take people on a journey."
"I’m very happy that I’m part of Tomorrowland’s New Year’s Eve line-up," Garrix said. "The way Tomorrowland set up the summer edition of Tomorrowland Around the World, the way all the visuals looked – even though there weren’t real people, looking back at it, it felt like I was at a real festival, so I’m very excited to be on stage for the New Year’s Eve party. I’m going to play so much unreleased music and I really want to take people on a journey, playing some different sounding stuff and new things – I want it to be more of an experience."
Garrix will be performing at the Melodia stage, a callback to Tomorrowland's 2015 theme, which told the story of a secret kingdom. Armin van Buuren, Charlotte de Witte, David Guetta, Lost Frequencies, Major Lazer, Jack Back, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike will be joining him.
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Tickets to Tomorrowland's New Years Eve virtual festival are on sale now. For a preview of the event's stunning digital stages and the artists scheduled to perform on each one, click here. You can check out the event's timetable below.