Tomorrowland announces four-hour live stream, United Through Music, this week

Tomorrowland announces four-hour live stream, United Through Music, this week

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Tomorrowland will host some of the festival’s favourite acts for a special live stream tomorrow (31st).

The Belgian festival, which is due to take place in July this year, has announced a new live stream experience that will be broadcast on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Tomorrowland.com and also via the festival’s 24HR radio station, One World Radio. 

Festival favourite Afrojack is lined up for Tomorrowland Presents: United Through Music, as well as Dimitri Vegas. Lost Frequencies will also perform on the stream, alongside Brazil’s Vintage Culture. Each artist will play a uniquely curated set, while One World Radio’s host Adam K will present the show from his home studio in London and interact with the different artists and the People of Tomorrow that are watching and listening at home. 

“With the postponement of so many events and the need for social distancing, we know the People of Tomorrow are looking to connect through the power of music more than ever,” Dimitri Vegas said about the stream. “I am very happy to join Tomorrowland in order to give people across the world a magical experience at home, interacting and supporting each other as one large global community.”

Tomorrowland Presents: United Through Music will begin broadcasting tomorrow, 31st March, at 15:00 CEST. Watch or listen via Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, Tomorrowland.com and One World Radio.

Last week, Tomorrowland asked fans to share positive messages with each other as part of the daily One World Radio broadcasts.

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