Exclusive: TomorrowWorld Reveals 2015 Musical Curators, New Stages
TomorrowWorld announced the slate of musical curators and three new stages for its third edition this fall on Wednesday.
Provided exclusively to Billboard, the list of announced curators include All Gone Pete Tong, Hardwell's Revealed Recordings, Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike's Smash the House, Ferry Corsten's Full On, Jamie Jones's Paradise, Q-Dance, Future Classic, Adam Beyer's Drumcode Records, Toronto's Trance Addict, Los Angeles' Huh What And Where and South London's Hospital Records.
The SFX Entertainment-owned festival also announced plans for a new ATL Stage to showcase local talent, a LIVE Stage to incorporate hybrid live-electronic acts, and a new Future House Stage to cater to the emerging genre.
"Each year, TomorrowWorld looks forward to offering a unique and unparalleled music experience to our fans," said Jamie Reilly, project director of TomorrowWorld. "We're excited to partner with the industry's top DJ collectives and labels this year to shine a bright spotlight on the rich diversity of dance music. This is just the first in a series of exciting announcements to come for this year's festival."
TomorrowWorld 2015 will be held from Sept. 25th-27th in Chattahoochee Hills, Ga. Last year's festival drew 160,000 fans from more than 75 countries.
While Tier 1 DreamVille camping tickets have sold out, Tier 2 tickets and General Admission passes can be purchased at www.tomorrowworld.com.