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Tomorrowland 2015 Completes Phase 1 Lineup: Avicii, Hardwell, Carl Cox Included

by Ryan Middleton   Feb 16, 2015 20:57 PM EST

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ID&T's Belgian flagship festival Tomorrowland has completed the first phase of artists who will be joining its already sold-out crowd in July. The festival has been slowly revealing an artist a day on social media over the past few days, but it finally compiled everything together into one announcement with the addition of a DJ set from The Bloody Beetroots.

The festival tried to balance the needs to the many with additions to the main stage crowd and those looking for a more underground sound. Festival mainstays like Alesso, Axwell /\ Ingrosso, Martin Garrix and Hardwell will all occupy the nighttime sets on the main stage, while Carl Cox, Dubfire and Solomun will carry the flag for house and techno.

The festival threw a curveball when it added the Belgian National Symphony to the lineup, renaming it as the Symphony Of Unity in the spirit of the festival theme — Unity. Sven Väth will also host the vinyl-only stage with his label, Cocoon.

There are still many details to yet to be announced in the coming weeks and months. Tomorrowland is known for hosting curated stages by various labels and artist collectives with notables ones like Steve Aoki's Dim Mak Records, ID&T's hardstyle brand Q-Dance, Diplo's Mad Decent and many others all hosting a stage.

See the full list of artists announced thus far and rest assured there will a lot more coming soon via YourEDM. The festival is unfortunately sold out, but head to Tomorrowland's website for more information.

Tomorrowland 2015 Lineup Phase 1:

Alesso
Armin van Buuren
Avicii
Axwell /\ Ingrosso
Carl Cox
Dave Clarke
David Guetta
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
Dubfire
Hardwell
Martin Garrix
Robin Schulz
Solomun
Sven Väth
The Bloody Beetroots (SBCR DJ Set)
The Symphony Of Unity
Tiësto

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