HELLO AND WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL PCB FEED ABOUT ALL THINGS TOMORROWLAND/ TOMORROWWORLD/ TOMORROWLAND BRAZIL.
[size=14pt]Tomorrowland is the largest annual electronic music festival held in the world, taking place in Belgium. It used to be organized as a joint venture by the original founders together with ID&T. The festival takes place in the town of Boom, 16 kilometres south of Antwerp, 32 kilometres north of Brussels, and has been organized since 2005. Tomorrowland has since become one of the most notable global music festivals. In March 20, 2013, ID&T Belgium and SFX Entertainment announced that it would begin organizing an American spin-off of Tomorrowland, known as TomorrowWorld. The festival is held at the Bouckaert Farm in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, located 48 kilometres (30 miles) south west of Atlanta.The site was specifically chosen due to its resemblance to the Boom location in which Tomorrowland is traditionally held.As announced on July 20, 2014, by David Guetta’s streamed Tommorrowland set to Brazil, and on the Tommorrowland website, the next edition to Tommorrowland will be held on May 1-3 2015 in Itu, Sao Paul. Various DJ’s preformed such as W&W, Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Showtek, Steve Aoki, and many more main stage performers. Some of the stage hosts were Revealed Recordings, Dim Mak, Smash The House, Q-Dance, Super You & Me and many more. The mainstage recycled once again the “Book of Wisdom” theme. All 180,000 tickets sold out one day after being announced.
Year Result Awards Category
2012 Won International Dance Best Music Event Tomorrowland - Boom, Belgium
2013 Won Music Awards
Year Result Awards Category
2011 Won Red Bull Best Festival Tomorrowland - Boom, Belgium
2012 Won Elektropedia Awards
ECONOMIC IMPACT STUDY FOR THE 2013 EDITION OF TomorrowWorld:
120,000 people attended over three days (Kent acknowledges this fell a little short of projections of 50,000 per day, or 150,000 for the event). An additional 20,000 fans who arrived the Thursday before the official Friday kickoff to get situated on the DreamVille camp site were also tallied.
TomorrowWorld employed the equivalent of 749 annual full time jobs.
An estimated $4.3 million in tax revenues went to the state and local governments as a result of event-related spending.
About 22.5 percent of TomorrowWorld attendees spent several additional days in the Atlanta area. Visiting attendees’ direct expenditures added $28.7 million into the local economy across areas such as lodging, restaurants, sightseeing, etc.
TomorrowWorld surveyed 1,829 attendees two weeks after the festival and received a score of 9.2 out of 10 for overall enjoyment of the festival
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