ID&T's largest American export, TomorrowWorld, has announced the festival curators who will help choose the artists who will be on the 2015 lineup. Some of the big-name stage curators include Hardwell's Revealed Recordings, Ferry Corsten's Full OnPete Tong's All Gone Pete Tong, Future Classic and Adam Beyer's Drumcode.

In total, 15 stage hosts have been announced, with more to come with three days of programming to put together. Each of the hosts will fill a need for the festival. All Gone Pete Tong will provide a well-curated group of artists that Pete Tong, one of the most well-respected radio presenters in the world, chooses. More genre specific stages come from the It's a Trap!, ID&T's own Q-Dance brand, Trance Addict, All Your Bass Belongs to Us, and the new stage Future House, which will all host trap, hardstyle, trance, dubstep and future house artists.

There will be the inclusion of a new Live stage, while also seeing labels like Hospital Records and festival residents Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike's Smash the House imprint get its own stage.

Belgium will be well-represented at the festival with its own stage, while Atlanta locals will also have a stage dedicated to them as well.

Jamie Reilly, TomorrowWorld's project director, commented, via Dancing Astronaut, that "Each year, TomorrowWorld looks forward to offering a unique and unparalleled music experience to our fans. We're excited to partner with the industry's top DJ collectives and labels this year to shine a bright spotlight on the rich diversity of dance music. This is just the first in a series of exciting announcements to come for this year's festival."

In addition to the stage curators, TomorrowWorld has announced a new program it is rolling out in 2015 called "Breakfast Beats." Included in the camping ground, it eases the transition from nighttime to the potential rough next day with live DJs, drinks and food. The music could be potentially problematic if you wanted to catch some shuteye, but did you actually expect to sleep at a festival?

TomorrowWorld will take place from Sept. 25 to 27 in the rolling grassy countryside of Chatahoochee Hills, Georgia.

Tier 1 tickets are sold out, but Tier 2 and general admission are on sale now. Head to TomorrowWorld's website for more details and tickets.