Tomorrowland Shares 2024 Line-up: Miss Monique, Netsky And More

Arguably one of the biggest and most popular dance music festivals, Tomorrowland returns for its 2024 edition on July 19 with more than 800 excellent names from electronic music, including Eliza Rose, Tiësto, DJ DIESEL, Swedish House Mafia, David Guetta, and more.

Tomorrowland returns to Boom in Belgium to commemorate its 20th anniversary with dance music legends and the finest talents alike! The three-day celebration will take place across two weekends this summer from July 19 – 21 and July 26 – 28, 2024. Swedish House Mafia, Belgian DnB producer Netsky, Ukrainian DJ/producer Miss Monique, Armin van Buuren, and Brazilian DJ/producer Vintage Culture are some of the big names getting behind the deck at Tomorrowland on Day 1. Dmitri Vegas & Like Mike, Timmy Trumpet, English DJ/producer Eliza Rose, Amelie Lens, Afrojack, MATTN, ANNA, and Alesso will also be taking the Tomorrowland Mainstage during the first weekend.

Catch Hardwell, Bosnian-German DJ Solomun, Dutch electronic music duo Bassjackers, Lost Frequencies, Dimension, and more opening the second weekend of the festival, with Steve Aoki, Morten, and Tale Of Us scheduled to get on the mainstage. Indira Paganotto, Australian DJ duo NERVO, German DJ/producer Boris Brejcha, and Tiësto will head to Tomorrowland for the closing day.

Tomorrowland welcomes hundreds of thousands of dance music enthusiasts. Last year, the festival saw a whopping 400,000 revelers in attendance. Tomorrowland’s elaborate stage design, pyrotechnics, light setups, and star-studded roster make the festival a magical experience. The festival also sees more than 40 stage hosts, including the likes of Rampage, UKF, Drumcode, Afterlife, EXHALE, Teletech, Glitterbox, and more. The theme for Tomorrowland 2024 is ‘LIFE.’

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