The location of TomorrowWorld, the international spin-off of Belgium’s incredibly-popular Tomorrowland Festival in Belgium, has been announced and if you’re keen to get amongst it you better start saving for some flights to the States.
In an event posted on the Tommorrowland Facebook, the promoters ID&T have announced that the first instalment of TomorrowWorld will be held in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, U.S.A. from 27th-29th September.
Inthemix reports that the announcement was made to industry figures at the Mondrian Hotel in Miami’s South Beach overnight, smack bang in the middle of Ultra Music Festival. The festival is said to have a capacity of a whopping 150,000 people and will be limited to punters 21 years of age and over.
Chattahoochee Hills is around 40 minutes from the capital of Georgia, Atlanta, and this area has previously been the home turf for some of hip hop’s finest stars including Outkast, Ludacris and T.I.
TomorrowWorld has been created as part of promoters ID&T’s plans to expand the TomorrowLand brand, following the overwhelming reaction to TomorrowLand each year. This year’s festival, scheduled for 26th-29th July, and to be headlined by the likes of Avicii and Armin Van Buuren, sold out in an instant when tickets went on sale a few months back.
The first names for TomorrowWorld are expected to be announced at the beginning of next month, with the rest of the line-up to be continually be drip-fed on the festival’s Facebook page.