Tomorrowland has shared all the sets from its recent New Year’s Eve festival online.
The event, which took place on the 31st December, was spread across four stages adapted to all 27 time zones in the world. It was the latest virtual push from the festival, who also took their flagship festival digital last year.
With 65,000 virtual flags from 193 different countries, 1,200 virtual fireworks, 2,750 virtual lights and 152 virtual cameras to recreate the spectacle of the real life event, fans are now being given the opportunity to relive the experience for one week.
For a €12,50 on-demand pass, the people of Tomorrowland can catch up on exclusive performances from the likes of Armin van Buuren, Charlotte de Witte, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Diplo, Kölsch b2b Joris Voorn, Lost Frequencies and Major Lazer, with the sets available until the 14th January.
You can find out more information about the archived sets and on-demand passes here.
Massive energy with @CharlottedWitte at Tomorrowland 31.12.2020. Watch all sets from Tomorrowland 31.12.2020 on demand until January 14h. Go to https://t.co/e4RHR1Sxus for all info. pic.twitter.com/aWnFCmGN1Y
— Tomorrowland (@tomorrowland) January 7, 2021
DJ Mag’s Declan McGlynn wrote about how Tomorrowland’s 2020 virtual festival set a new standard for digital events during the Covid-19 lockdown: read the feature here.
Never Stop The Music – The Creation of Tomorrowland Around The World is a documentary about the festival available on YouTube, giving an in-depth look into the technological feat that was its gamechanging event.