Among the rapid-fire slew of recent festival lineups, few have been watched as closely as Tomorrowland. The beloved Belgian music festival released its first round of artists yesterday, and today's announcement reveals additional headline talent.
Today's announcement entailed some of the biggest names in big room house: Martin Garrix, Nervo, Lost Frequencies, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and Robin Schulz. For those interested in deeper cuts, U.K. duo Camelphat and Claptone will be performing along with techno/house figureheads Solomun and Tale of Us. The rest of the announcement included Flux Pavilion, Oscar & the Wolf, Radical Redemption, Aly & Fila, Armand van Helden and Tomorrowland ambassadors Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike rounding out the lineup.
Tomorrowland consistently represents artists from all subgenres of electronic music, and the current state of their lineup speaks to that mission. Although the addition of A$AP Rocky to the lineup, revealed yesterday, seemed to throw fans for a loop, the festival doesn't seem to be straying much from their primary electronic focus.
Check out the lineup reveal below, and stay tuned for more artists to be announced tomorrow, January 30th.
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