Tomorrowland is the kind of EDM festival that still manages to trump most of the dance festivities around the world, with its sheer scope alone — bringing the best of the genre to one beautifully designed stage for a weekend of revelry in Belgium.
This year, it's being held in the recreational domain of De Schorre in Boom, Belgium. The world naturally doesn’t want to lose out on the opportunity to party with the EDM heavies spinning at this ambitious festival.
Tomorrowland Belgium has organized UNITE with Tomorrowland (UwT), in what is deemed as a "mirror festival", to bring the Belgian festival’s festivities to Asian shores. The first Asian instalments of UwT will be held in Kaohsiung’s E-DA World Theme Park in Taiwan and Incheon’s Munhak Stadium in South Korea on July 29th, from dusk till dawn.
UwT already takes place in Malta, Spain, Germany, Lebanon, United Arab Emirates, and Israel.
The festival itself will host a live stream of headlining acts from Tomorrowland Belgium. The day will also feature local, regional, and international greats unique to each city to warm up the crowd with live sets before they tune into the main show. Fireworks are a given.
Tickets in Taiwan go at TWD1,300 (S$60) for students, TWD1,800 (S$82) for General Admission and TWD4,200 (S$192) for VIPs.
But, would you pay this much for a live stream event? Let us know in the comments section below.
Watch the trailer for UNITE with Tomorrowland below: