Heading into its third year, Dutch electronic music event company ID&T's biggest American festival, TomorrowWorld, has announced the first phase of artists who will be performing in 2015. The initial lineup headed to Georgia in September for the American transplant of Tomorrowland includes Tiësto, Steve Angello, Hardwell and Armin van Buuren.
TomorrowWorld has been slowly releasing names on their bill each day over the past few weeks, but today they bring it all together and add a couple more names.
There is a balance between main stage and big name underground DJs who will make their appearance at the festival. Names like Afrojack, Steve Angello, Martin Garrix, residents Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Showtek and David Guetta will man the main stage, while Excision and Flux Pavilion lead the way for those there for a heavy dose of bass. Jamie Jones, Adam Beyer, the duo of Claude VonStroke and Green Velvet as Get Real will lead the house and techno stages. A little trance will come from Paul van Dyk and Ferry Corsten, who will be hosting his on Full On stage.
TomorrowWorld has already announced the stage curators for this year, so the additions of several acts on the bill are expected. Hardwell will host a stage for his label Revealed, which will host members from his label probably like Dannic, Thomas Newson and Kill The Buzz. There will be a live stage, and the addition of Big Gigantic hints at what they plan of doing with it.
Hundreds more DJs still have to be added to the lineup, including more headliners, so stay tuned for those announcements in the coming weeks and months.
TomorrowWorld will take place from Sept 25-27 outside of Atlanta, Georgia on the grassy fields of Chattahoochee Hills. Tickets are on sale now through TomorrowWorld's website.