Touted the best music event in the world by ravers, professionals, and award shows alike, Tomorrowland is one of the largest electronic music festivals in the world. Blooming in Belgium in 2005 as a one-day event with nearly 10,000 attendees, Tomorrowland has evolved into a multi-day, multi-weekend celebration. Since 2017, the Belgium festival has spanned two full weekends, welcoming over 400,000 attendees annually. Naturally, Tomorrowland ripened into an international affair, expanding its footprint to include TomorrowWorld in Georgia outside of Atlanta (2013-2015), Tomorrowland Winter in France, and Tomorrowland Brasil.
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The first Tomorrowland Brasil took place in the spring of 2015 in Itu, São Paulo, following an announcement on David Guetta’s livestreamed Tomorrowland set the previous year. The first edition hosted renowned names like Hardwell, Steve Aoki, Jamie Jones, Armin van Buuren, and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, enjoyed by nearly 200,000 attendees. The following year saw headliners like Alesso, Afrojack, Loco Dice, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, and David Guetta, in addition to many returning names. Unfortunately, Tomorrowland was unable to return to Brazil the following year due to the country’s economic turmoil, followed by a six-year hiatus.
In December 2022, Tomorrowland confirmed its return to Brazil in the following year. Tomorrowland Brasil makes a monumental return to São Paulo on October 12-14, 2023 at Parque Maeda. Just like every other Tomorrowland event, Tomorrowland Brasil sold out quick, in just under three hours, proving its highly-anticipated return to South America.
The entrancing three-day experience will be centered on the Reflection of Love theme, representing love and unity as music lovers from around the world come together in harmony for an unparalleled audio-visual spectacle. As a truly immersive experience, attendees have the option to camp at DreamVille from October 11-15.
Across multiple grandoise stages, Tomorrowland Brasil hosts hundreds of artists spanning the electronic spectrum, from underground visionaries and emerging powerhouses to mainstage mainstays, local legends, and genre pioneers, as well as many returning names.
Festival veterans like Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Steve Aoki, and Steve Angello will be returning, in addition to local stars like Alok and Vintage Culture. Other notable names set to perform at Tomorrowland Brasil’s grand return include Acraze, Afrojack, Don Diablo, Martin Garrix, NGHTMRE, Tiësto, Sebastian Ingrosso, and many more. Iconic Tomorrowland stages like the mystical CORE stage will make its debut in Brazil, hosting some of the most supurb names in house and techno.
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See for yourself why Tomorrowland is declared one of the biggest and best festivals in the world by so many. Tickets are sold out, but join the waitlist for a chance to attend.