Reflecting on Tomorrowland’s return to South America for the first time since 2016, a statement from festival organizers reads:
“Dear People of Tomorrow, your light shined bright. Together, we have encountered challenging times, and we are still heartbroken that we couldn’t welcome all of you. ‘The Reflection of Love’ is now traveling through space and time. As the pulse of the crystal is slowly fading, it is time to hide it from the eyes of the world, and shut down until it is time to reveal it once more.”
The statement goes on to confirm that the official dates for next year’s Tomorrowland Brazil will be October 11-13, 2024.
Though torrential rain and intense mud overwhelmed Tomorrowland’s festival site on Thursday—leading to the cancelation of day two—there was still plenty to celebrate at the iconic festival’s third Brazilian edition.
In addition to powerhouse performers like Afrojack, Martin Garrix, Tiësto, Steve Angello and more, Tomorrowland Brazil 2023 welcomed “People of Tomorrow” from over 80 different nationalities, who descended upon a festival site that took 40 days to construct, with six different stages and over 300 temporary structures.
In a moment of true “mainstage magic,” star Brazilian producer Alok played a very special closing set in his home country, while fellow Brazilian legends Vintage Culture and ANNA shut down the festival’s famous CORE stage with an exciting back-to-back performance.
Featured image from Tomorrowland.
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