Mere days before Tomorrowland makes its return after a two-year break, the festival unveiled plans to conduct 21-day streaming of Tomorrowland worldwide. One World TV and One World Radio will stream live sets, interviews, and recaps from July 15 until August 4 via tomorrowland.com and the Tomorrowland app.
The 16th edition of Tomorrowland will be available to view on three channels. Channel 1 will broadcast ‘The Reflection of Love’ Mainstage with artists like Alok, NERVO, Paul Kalkbrenner, Solomun, Vintage Culture, and more via One World TV. The Atmosphere stage with Chris Liebing, Joseph Capriati, Kevin De Vries, and the Freedom stage with Claptone, and Da Tweekaz, will go live from channel 2. Meanwhile, viewers can watch exclusive interviews and other exciting interactions at the One World Radio studio on channel 3.
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In anticipation of the festival, One World TV will stream specials, artist interviews, and recaps from previous editions on channel 1 from July 11 to 14. “Each day, viewers will be treated to a different stage host special, including specials about KNTXT, Afterlife, Diplo’s Higher Ground, Smash The House and more,” read their statement on Tomorrowland.com.
To elevate the overall streaming experience for viewers, Tomorrowland will utilize Dolby Atmos – making it to be one of the first events to broadcast and provide a spatial sound experience. As per their press statement, Dolby Atmos is “a surround sound technology that expands on existing surround sound systems by adding height channels, allowing sounds to be interpreted as three-dimensional objects. It goes beyond ordinary listening by transporting people with the breakthrough spatial sound experience, creating a more immersive audio experience with more depth, clarity and details than ever before.”
Held last in 2019, the 16th edition of Tomorrowland will be one for the books! The festival announced its massive lineup of over 700 artists earlier this year. Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Lost Frequencies, and Paul Kalkbrenner are expected to return to the stage along with hundreds of other artists. Check out the entire lineup HERE