ID&T's flagship festival, Tomorrowland, will kick off its music in 12 hours and with that comes the live stream that excites fans all over the world who were unable to score tickets or don't have the funds to travel to Boom, Belgium for one of the meccas of electronic music. Tomorrowland has now given some details about how fans will be able to view the festival on its website with four separate cameras, allowing fans to control their experience and switch back and forth between stages, radio interviews and replays of moments they may have missed.
Set up by Live Media Groups's nowlive media platform, Tomorrowland Live will be broadcasted on four channels -- Main, Essence, Radio and Replay. They will be broadcasted simultaneously, allowing fans to switch back and forth between their favorite Djs like Hardwell, Avicii, Tiësto, Carl Cox or Armin van Buuren.
Complaints in the past about Tomorrowland's live stream has been that it was too jumpy and did not show enough continuous music without switching to replays or another set for a brief moment.
Tomorrowland will take place all weekend from July 24-26. The live stream will commence at 1 p.m. EST or 7 p.m. CET.
The actual schedule for the live stream will be revealed at the last minute each day, so stay locked in to the Tomorrowland Twitter feed to make sure you catch that.
Tune in to the live stream on Tomorrowland.com and check out the trailer for the stream below.