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Tomorrowland 2012 Line-up – Drip Feed Begins

Written by Alex Langlands on January 16, 2012

Tomorrowland 2012 organisers have started to drip feed this year’s line-up. With last year’s event consisting of Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, David Guetta and Faithless, you get the general sense that this year is going to be a massive festival.

Tomorrowland 2012 Livestream Times Here

Update: Worldwide ticket information here

The festival that every electro-fan dreams of attending, Tomorrowland is the Glastonbury of the house world; the Coachella of the trance nation; and it’s the Hajj for all of those who worship the church of noise. You thought Ultra 2012 was good?

Consisting always of an immensely diverse stage set up, including dancers, a smiling sun with a function open/close mouth and enough fireworks to put Guy Fawkes to shame, this is something you don’t want to miss.

However, as good as the festival line-up is, it is painful to read, firstly because only a select few will attend, and secondly because this year the intelligence agency behind Tomorrowland have decided to once again drip feed us the line-up. So far the following have been released:

Tomorrowland 2012 Line-up (Updates)

David Guetta
Fatboy Slim
Jamie Jones
John Digweed
Rebecca & Fiona
Carl Cox
John Digweed
Terence Fixmer
Calvin Harris
Michael Calfan
Dave Clarke
Cari Lekebusch
Mat Zo
Super8 & Tab
Norin & rad
Boom Jinx
Nitrous Oxide
Nicky Romero
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike
Chris Liebing!
Green Velvet
Bingo Players
DJ Rush
Jeff Mills
The Advent (Live)
Luke Slater presents Planetary Assault Systems (live)
Martin Solvieg
Porter Robinson
Ben Klock
Laidback Luke
Icicle b2b Rockwell
The Prototypes
Alix Perez b2b Spectrasoul
One87 & Hookerz ft. MC Mush
Foxy Lady & MC Elvee
Etnik & Fuzz
Wontime b2B D Convict
Athys & Duster
Speedwagon & Stykz
Cedex & Higher Underground
MC Mantmast
The Jelly Bellies
Gregor Tresher
don Santos
Dj T
David August
Don Cabron
Dave Seaman
Rodriguez Jr.
Olivier Schories
Boss Axis
Takt Tick
Hauk n Baum
John O’Callaghan vs. Orjan Nilsen
The Mighty Above & beyond
Bloody Beetroots
Sven Väth and the Cocoon family
Maceo Plex
Gareth Emery
Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano
Roger Sanchez!
Gabriel & Dresden
Ferry Corsten
Dirty South

And that’s just them warming up; there will be 400 DJ’s on this year’s line-up. Yes. 400. Puts AJ Maddah’s 90 band act to shame doesn’t it. If you have a spare 15 minutes, check out their video below, which may cause tears to flow out of pain for not attending. Please Note: the above image does not do the crowd size justice. For a good idea of what the festival is like, watch the video below, or the 30 minute 2010 after-movie available here

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