Tomorrowland Announces First Wave of Artists

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Tomorrowland Announces First Wave of Artists

is notorious for its excessively large lineups. Last week Tomorrowland announced the stage hosts for its 2017 edition to be held at Boom, Belgium. The list of stage hosts is spectacular with Steve Aoki’s , Armin van Buuren’s A State of Trance, STMPD Records Stage, Robin Schulz & Friends, Toolroom Live, Trance Energy, Elrow. Now Tomorrowland have announced the first round of who will be performing at the 2017 edition, and the list is EPIC !!

Tomorrowland announced the first artist for their Daybreak Sessions, generally sets that begin at noon and last approximately three hours. These slots usually go to more well-established acts, giving them an interesting opportunity to show off their flexibility and perhaps show the crowd a different side to their music.This year’s first artist at Tomorrowland is . Tomorrowland has revealed that Carl Cox will play a 3-hour set on the first day of the .

In alphabetical order, the first wave of artists announced are , Alok, Armin van Buuren, Axwell Ingrosso, Chris Liebing, , , Eats Everything, Edu Imbernon, Eric Prydz, Flux Pavilion, Frequencerz, Hard Driver, Jauz, Kölsch, Netsky, Nic Fanciulli, , Pan-Pot, Paul Kalkbrenner, Paul van Dyk, Roger Sanchez, Solomun, and Sub Zero Project.

You can see the teaser tweet that revealed the news below.

If the stage hosts and the first line of artists are anything to go by, there is going to be A LOT of amazing music this year over the two weekends of Tomorrowland.

The tickets go on sale to the public on February 4, but if you pre-register here (https://register.tomorrowland.com/) you can try to buy tickets this Saturday (January 28). The weekend tickets cost €225.

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