Tomorrowland 2019 Weekend 1 Friday - Mainstage
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The stage hosts for both weekends of Tomorrowland have been unveiled and the lineup is already shaping up to be a fantastic one. Will you be there?


After an absolutely monstrous edition to celebrate its 15th anniversary in style last year, Tomorrowland has already begun to roar into the new decade. Building off the hype of stunning performances and production elements that left their attendees stunned, they’ve now announced their theme (The Reflection Of Love) and the stage hosts who will be featured this summer over the weekends of July 17-19 and July 24-26.

Returning to Tomorrowland this summer will be some of the world’s more renowned labels and brands like A State of Trance, Future Sound of Egypt, Monstercat, Rampage, and Glitterbox. Also featured on each day Tomorrowland will be stages hosted by Radio Ultra Modern and Q-dance, who will showcase an artist during each day of the festival as well.

Related: Check out our review of Tomorrowland this past year, and if you’re thinking of making the jump to secure a spot with the Global Journey read all about that experience as well!

The announcement of stage hosts also indicates a handful of the artists who will be playing the festival this coming July. Names that stick out immediately on both weekends include Netsky, Claptone, and Nervo, and we expect Armin van Buuren and Aly & Fila to be present as well. The first weekend is also showing that they’ll be bringing artists like Axwell (via Axtone) and Adam Beyer (via Drumcode), while the second weekend adds Maceo Plex and Carl Cox to the mix.

Stay tuned for more updates on Tomorrowland as we dive deeper into the new year because the full lineup and more will be announced in the coming months!

If you’re thinking about attending Tomorrowland this year, don’t forget to register for an account over at Tomorrowland.com. Global Journey Packages are on sale now with the Worldwide pre-sale starting on January 25 and the general ticket sale beginning on February 1!

Tomorrowland 2020 – Stage Hosts:

Tomorrowland 2020 Stage Hosts


Tomorrowland 2020 Weekend 1 – Stage Hosts By Day:

Friday
  • Freedom
  • Generation Smash
  • Q-dance Invites – Tweeka Mania
  • Radio Ultra Modern
  • Contrair
  • Krankenhaus
  • Monstercat
  • Flow
  • Cafeina
  • Exhale
  • Core – Adriatique
  • Mainstage
  • Sexy By Nature
  • Nervo Nation – Rave Culture
  • Moose Bar
Saturday
  • Freedom
  • Bonzai
  • Q-dance Invites – Noisecontrollers
  • Radio Ultra Modern
  • Onraad
  • Woody Weekend
  • Gianluca Vacchi
  • Ketaloco
  • Future Sound of Egypt
  • Afterlife
  • Core
  • Mainstage
  • Netsky & Friends
  • Axtone
  • Moose Bar
Sunday
  • Freedom – A State Of Trance
  • Rampage
  • Q-dance Invites – Ran-D
  • Radio Ultra Modern
  • Footworxx
  • Winterclubbing
  • Psygathering
  • SHOMI
  • Glitterbox
  • Drumcode
  • Core – Cocoon
  • Mainstage
  • Claptone: The Masquerade
  • Smash The House
  • Moose Bar

Tomorrowland 2018 Weekend 2 – Stage Hosts

Friday
  • Freedom
  • Monstercat
  • Q-dance Invites – Pussy Lounge
  • Radio Ultra Modern
  • Shogun Audio – Star Warz
  • Crystal Events
  • Future Sound of Egypt
  • Flow
  • Cafeina
  • Exhale
  • Core – Spectrum
  • Mainstage
  • Sexy By Nature
  • Freakshow vs V-Sessions
  • Moose Bar
Saturday
  • Freedom
  • Bonzai
  • Q-dance Invites – D-Block & S-Te-Fan
  • Radio Ultra Modern
  • Glitterbox
  • Hard, Harder, Hardst
  • Gianluca Vacchi
  • Ketaloco
  • I Love The ’90s
  • Afterlife
  • Core
  • Mainstage
  • Netsky & Friends
  • Lotus
  • Moose Bar
Sunday
  • Freedom – A State Of Trance
  • Rampage
  • Q-dance Invites – Rave Into Space (Sub Zero Project)
  • Radio Ultra Modern
  • Footworxx
  • Tabulat
  • Alteza Records
  • SHOMI
  • Robin Schulz & Friends
  • Carl Cox
  • Maceo Plex
  • Mainstage
  • Claptone: The Masquerade
  • Smash The House
  • Moose Bar

Which weekend will you be attending? Share in the comments! 


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