Cellini, Maceo Plex, Nina Kraviz, and Vintage Culture are set to play the first edition of Tomorrowland’s CORE Tulum in January.
It’s been years since Tomorrowland last set foot in North America, but as the beloved brand rides the wave of its successful winter and summer festivals, they’ve announced a new, tantalizing offering – CORE Tulum. Nestled within the enchanting forests of Tomorrowland, the CORE stage has become one of the most desired experiences for house and techno lovers at the main festival in Boom, Belgium, since its debut in 2017.
Those who haven’t been able to experience the beautiful, temple-like stage will be able to get their next chance on Saturday, January 14, if they can make their way to the Yucatan Peninsula. There, they will find the CORE stage nestled in the lush jungle that many have come to love over the years, with a plethora of booming beats bursting from its sound system.
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Tomorrowland presents CORE Tulum acts as the closing party for Zamna Festival, which starts on New Year’s Eve and runs for two weeks with featured showcases from ARTBAT, Michael Bibi, Tale Of Us, and more. This experience has become a must-attend for those who want to start their year off right in a tropical paradise. True to form, the behemoth festival brand has curated its own lineup of standout artists for the show, with immense beats arriving from the minds of Cellini, Maceo Plex, Nina Kraviz, and Vintage Culture.
Tickets for Tomorrowland presents CORE Tulum 2023 are available now. Make sure to grab your passes soon if you plan to attend because the early bird tier has already sold out!