Great news if you don’t have a ticket (or a flight)…
Tomorrowland has announced its 2018 live streams, offering those without a ticket the opportunity to catch 200 artists across four channels over the two weekends.
The online broadcasts have been fixtures at the festival for several years, and as such it’s unsurprising organisers have now confirmed the same for 2018’s instalments.
At the time of writing there are no details as to which sets will be included, but all streams will be available to watch via the official website on each day of the festival. Meanwhile, the UNITE project will also be back, meaning people can come together to see performances from Armin van Buuren, Afrojack and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike at sites in seven different countries across the globe, complete with incredible sound and lighting.
Taking place in the appropriately-named Belgian city of Boom, the dates for this year’s Tomorrowland are Friday 20th to Sunday 22nd July, and Friday 27th to Sunday 29th July. The full programme and running times were revealed at the beginning of this month, shortly before word hit that a planned 48-hour strike by Ryanair staff could impact on ticket holders hoping to attend the second weekend.