Electronic music festival, Tomorrowland, has released the aftermovie for its inaugural edition in Brazil. The 11-minute clip shows what Tomorrowland does best -- big crowds, big DJs and big production. The short film primarily is focused on the main stage where you have the biggest production and the most well-known names, but also shows some overhead shots of the camp grounds and a few other stages on the lush grounds of Itu just outside of Sao Paolo. ID&T, the company who produced Tomorrowland, also has a teasing announcements for Mexico and India.
The three-day event has paved the way for big, and at times, overly lengthy videos covering the events over the span of the festival. Now it is customary for the other EDM festivals to have very long after-movies to try and spur ticket sales for the following year.
The end of the video announces dates for the 2016 edition of the three-day event. It will occur in the same place from April 21-23. The visuals are soundtracked by festival residents Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, who unveil their collaboration with Ne-Yo titled "Higher Place" and the Bassjackers remix.
In addition to the aftermovie, Tomorrowland cleared up rumors about a possible expansion to Mexico and India yesterday with a video announcing live simulcast parties in both countries on July 25, during the main Belgium edition. This has quelled most rumors of a move to those two countries, but a parallel between the announcement in Brazil and these two simulcast parties is very interesting. In 2014, David Guetta announced the Brazilian edition live from the main stage in Belgium to fans watching on YouTube, notably at a party in Brazil. A similar announcement could be made by one of the three artists being simulcast, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike.
It also begs the question of why people would need a simulcast party that you pay for if the event is streamed live online for free? Get more information on Tomorrowland's website.