TomorrowWorld has announced its 2015 set times. The three-day electronic music festival will feature the likes of Steve Angello, Kaskade, Tchami, Armin van Buuren, Hardwell, Get Real, Bassnectar, Porter Robinson and plenty others on its stacked lineup. With hundreds of DJs spread out over nine stages on the vast grounds that TomorrowWorld resides, there will be some tough choices for attendees to make.
The stages are pretty well separated by genres, so fans with particular taste won't have too much trouble, though those who want to hop around between stages may have a tougher time planning their path each day. The future house, Future Classic and Thomas Jack stages will all bring great summer vibes on Sunday with a mix of Aeroplane, Sam Feldt, EDX, Felix Jaehn and more.
On Friday and Saturday, the Smash The House and Revealed stages will compete with the main stage for the bigger, more bombastic beats that will explode out of those speakers.
The move to announce set times three weeks in advance is pretty uncharacteristic of a festival, which normally wait until the week of to share that information, but it is a welcome development with so much planning to be done by attendees. Also people will be traveling from far away, so they may not have the time to plan in the 24-48 hours beforehand while aboard a bus or in airplanes with little to no service.
TomorrowWorld will kick off in less than two weeks' time on Sept. 25. It will last three days until Sept. 27. Tickets are still on sale now at TomorrowWorld's website. See the complete list of set times here and good luck planning your weekend.