This week, Tomorrowland's One World Radio will examine the impact of Swedish electronic music greats such as Alesso and Laidback Luke.
The line promises "fashion for the next generation People of Tomorrow, carrying positivity and unity in their early life stages."
Making up for lost time, Tomorrowland wants to go bigger than ever in 2022.
Afrojack and Chico Rose are the first to release on the collaborative imprint.
Over 450 festival organizers planned a protest over the weekend to “unmute” the Dutch events sector.
“The studies and results are a painful reminder that at this point not corona, but politics is the cause of a festival-free summer and uncertain future."
Tomorrowland featured a plethora of major dance music artists such as Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Claptone, and more.
The system uses QR codes to distinguish whether event attendees have followed the testing and vaccination guidelines necessary for entry.
The move marks the first time that a music festival will be featured on a Formula One car.
Armin van Buuren, Afrojack, Charlotte de Witte, and more will perform virtual DJ sets.
The news arrives after Belgian officials forcefully rejected a permit to host Tomorrowland which annually attracts around 400,000 people to the city of Boom.
Tomorrowland 2021 is looking less likely by the day.
Organizers called the decision "a sledgehammer blow."
Though it's a relief Tomorrowland is returning to the festival landscape, questions remain as to what the festival's immediate future will hold.
According to the country's Health Minister, attendees will have to test negative for COVID-19 or be fully vaccinated in order to meet event entry requirements.
Festival favorites Alan Walker and Lost Frequencies are set to perform at Tomorrowland Around the World, among many others.
Only people from the European Union and visitors from "countries that have the coronavirus under control" will be allowed to attend music festivals, according to a health official.
The team still holds hope that the in-person live event will go on as scheduled.
A new report has revealed plans for a follow-up to the iconic Belgian festival's 2020 Tomorrowland Around The World virtual event.
The global curator caught up with EDM.com to discuss the launch of his new platform, UNreleased with Austin Kramer.
The stream remembers Avicii three years to the day after his tragic death.
Avicii's peers will share their perspectives on the late star's groundbreaking music and lasting legacy.
Fans of One World Radio will be hearing the best in upcoming dance and electronic music before it's even released.
The decision to move the shows was made after Tomorrowland rescheduled to the same August dates as Creamfields.