Tomorrowland has returned after a two year hiatus due to the Covid-19 virus and it has been a massive affair, spanning three weekends and bringing together artists and fans from around the world. While over 600,000 fans were expected to make their way to the grounds, millions more would find access to through the comprehensive live stream over the three weekends through the festivals partnership with Coca-Cola.
Now, with two weeks completed, the end of the 21 Days Live event is nearing an end but not without three more days of music from some of the worlds biggest artists. While fans have already seen amazing performances from the likes of Alesso, Marshmello, Martin Garrix and so many more, there will no doubt be a few surprises left for the final weekend of Tomorrowland 2022. Friday’s stream offers a solid variety of sounds, covering sets from the Mainstage, Atmosphere and the Library, it is the most comprehensive of the next three days. The Library will offer a variety of unique artist combinations such as Dubvision x Matisse & Sadko or Blinders x TV Noise. The Mainstage of course offers up the more mainstream music but streams from Yellow Claw and W&W should offer some heavy drops and surprises before Mainstage mainstays Tiesto and Hardwell close out the first night respectively.
Saturday and Sunday’s stream continues with just artists from the Mainstage and Atmosphere. The Atmosphere stage will offer a glimpse of underground and up and coming talent. Definitely worth putting on for fans looking to discover new talent and sounds. While over on the Mainstage, sets from Afrojack, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and Major Lazer Soundsystem are sure to be major talking points as the festival nears its end. Saturday’s stream will also feature a historical moment as Charlotte de Witte will become the first female to close out Tomorrowland’s Mainstage. It’s a moment too long in the making but well deserved to see the honor go to Charlotte de Witte. To enjoy all of the sights and sounds from Belgium, tune into the stream here.