Less Than 50 Days Out, Tomorrowland Drops 2023 Set Times & Fantastical Trailer

We are now less than 50 days until the 2023 edition of Tomorrowland and the set times and fantastical trailer just dropped to help plan your set schedule and get hyped.

This year’s 17th edition of the international mecca known as Tomorrowland is “Adscendo,” where the People of Tomorrow can witness a live tale in the history of Tomorrowland’s Great Library. The mainstage is 100% crafted from décor made by the in-house Tomorrowland Atelier.

There are 16 full stages including a completely remade Rose Garden with a female dragon coming out of the water and the new Elixir stage inspired by the 2016 festival theme “The Elixir of Life.”

And headlining the stages are over 750 of the world’s most incredible artists from all genres across the spectrum like European favorites Afrojack, Armin van Buuren, Da Tweekaz, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Quintino, Martin Garrix, and R3HAB.

The balance of female artists is also exceptional with top-billing names including techno superstar Amelie Lens, Brazilian DJ/producer ANNA, Siberian-born techno artist Anfisa Letyago, German techno star Lilly Palmer, American advocate for gender equality and female empowerment LP Giobbi, B Jones (the first Spanish artist in history to perform at the Tomorrowland Mainstage in 2022), and even American icon Paris Hilton.

Not to mention stage takeovers by Da Tweekaz’s Tweekamania, Tale Of UsAfterlife, trance/progressive staple Anjunabeats, Amelie Lens’ EXHALE, Canadian label Monstercat, and more.

Tomorrowland 2023 will take place over two weekends, July 21-23 and July 28-30, in Boom, Belgium, and is completely sold out.

Watch the Tomorrowland Belgium 2023 trailer below and check out the set times for both weekends on their website here.

All images courtesy of Tomorrowland

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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