TomorrowLand 2013 Announces Line-Up Round 1

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The legendary electronic festival taking place in Belgium over the weekend of July 26th – 28th,  TomorowLand has announced the first phase of it’s line-up. There are only 7 acts announced so far, but with the festival’s history this is only a sampling of a massive lineup. And this hasn’t stopped tens of thousands from already planning their international trips.

Steve Aoki, Axwell, Alesso, Arty, Marco Carola, Dave Clarke & Dixon are apart of the first phase. What are your thoughts?

UPDATE: New artists will be added everyday. We will be updating this post every day with the new artists.

Steve Aoki
Axwell
Alesso
Arty
Marco Carola
Dave Clarke
Dixon

Armin Van Buuren
Wildstylez

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4 Comments to “TomorrowLand 2013 Announces Line-Up Round 1”

  • it sucks

  • Steve Aoki two nights?? No Thanks.

  • are you guys fucking sick in the head? ITS TOMORROWLAND! idgaf if my grandmother was djing. and lemme tell you, she’s not very good at beat matching.

  • [...] Since TomorrowLand announced it’s expansion to the US with TomorrowWorld and most have you have been focused on that, or bummed you missed out on getting tickets on time. Well we now get the full lineup including stage lineups for the prestious original festival. It featues an astounding 8 stages including Main Stage, Carl Cox & Friends, Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak, Markus Schulz Arena, Paradise, We Play House Recordings, B2B, and Q-Dance. There are collectively well over 100 of the top Dj’s from all over the world. Thoughts on the final lineup? [...]

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