Tomorrowland Announces 2017 Stage Hosts: STMPD, Axtone, Pryda, Elrow, Monstercat Included
Tomorrowland has announced its 2017 stage hosts and boy are there a lot of them. Among some of the highlights for the massive two-weekend, European EDM festival include Martin Garrix's STMPD, Axwell's Axtone, Canadian record label Monstercat, Elrow, Eric Prydz's Pryda and many more.
The festival comes with 40 stage hosts over each weekend and they are all different. There are a few overlapping names, but close to 65 collectives, labels, artists and genre leaders will host a day at one of the many stages at Tomorrowland in 2017.
The festival begins on Friday, July 21 and some of the hosts that day include Elrow, Monstercat, Mark Knight's Toolroom and Adam Beyer's Drumcode. Saturday will feature STMPD, Sebastian Ingrosso's Refune, hardstyle brand Q-Dance, I Love Techno, Afrojack's Jacked and more. The weekend will close out with stages by Ants, Masquerade by Claptone, Smash The House and stages curated by Dave Clarke and Robin Schulz.
The second weekend starts off with a bang on Friday as Steve Aoki's Dim Mak, Elrow again, Netsky & Friends, Armin van Buuren's A State of Trance, Spinnin' Sessions and Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano's Sexy By Nature will all host stages. Saturday keeps up the momentum with Axtone, Q-Dance once more and Lost Frequencies with own stage all on deck. Sunday closes out with a bang as Pryda, The Magician's Potion, Ants and Oliver Heldens' Heldeep are among those who will host stages.
Tomorrowland will take place from Friday, July 21-Sunday, July 23 and July 28-30 in Boom, Belgium. The first batch of artists will be announced this upcoming Monday, Jan. 23. Tickets are starting to roll out in waves over the next few weeks, so head to Tomorrowland's website to register for them and find out when you can buy them.
Discover the 2017 stage hosts. Prepare for a wonderful new tale and musical adventure. First artists announcement: Monday, January 23rd. pic.twitter.com/95Jug66YTG
— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) January 19, 2017