Tomorrowland Reveals Stage Hosts for 2022 Editions

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Anjunabeats, Defected, KNTXT, Q-dance, Sexy By Nature, Drumcode, and more are set to curate stages at Tomorrowland 2022.

After being relegated to live streaming and virtual experiences over the past two years, Tomorrowland is shaping up to return in a huge way this summer. Last week, they announced that the festival would be expanding to three weekends to give the People of Tomorrow even more time to dance the day and night away to some quality tunes. Now, Tomorrowland has added to the excitement with news of some beloved brands in the scene who are set to host stages and join in on the fun.

Whether you plan on attending Tomorrowland during the first weekend (July 15-17), the second weekend (July 22-24), or the third weekend (July 27-30), there are sure to be some special experiences to check out. This includes beloved brands in the scene like Q-dance, Cafeina, Footworxx, Monstercat, and Smash The House who are set to bring the heat each weekend of Tomorrowland this year.

Defected is also set to make a huge splash with their showcase during the second weekend, while Glitterbox will appear during the first and third weekends. Those attending the first or second weekend will be graced with the presence of Charlotte de Witte’s KNTXT and Adam Beyer’s Drumcode, a true delight for techno lovers at Tomorrowland, along with Netsky’s takeover and Sexy By Nature as well.

Other notable showcases include Afterlife on the first and third weekends, Tweeka Mania on the second weekend, and Future Sound Of Egypt, Anjunabeats, and DJ Tennis Curates on the third weekend. Check out the full list below or the breakdown by day for each weekend on their website.

Pre-registration for available passes and travel packages is available now. Head over to Tomorrowland’s website to register if you intend on accessing the Global Journey Travel Package sale on February 12 or the Worldwide pre-sale on February 19.

Tomorrowland 2022 – Stage Hosts:

Tomorrowland 2022 Stage Hosts

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