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How To Watch Tomorrowland’s Around The World Digital Festival

Tomorrowland’s flagship Belgium event will unfortunately not take place this year due to obvious reasons but Tomorrowland have opted for an online Around The World livestream as a replacement. With some of the largest dance music acts (+ Katy Perry) and an out of this world online environment – Tomorrowland have still gone all out. The two day online festival is sure to be unrivaled. You can catch the festival through Tomorrowland’s website, taking place over the course of this weekend, Saturday, 25 July and Sunday, 26 July.

Tomorrowland Around the World is set to be a fully-immersive digital festival experience, with eight separate stages featuring a total of 60 artists, chat rooms, games, webinars, interactive meetings and DJ workshops. 

Tomorrowland’s Around The World livestream event is not free. There are various different last minute tickets available. Fans who purchased a ticket before the cancellation of the actual 2020 event will have free access to the online alternative.


– Weekend Ticket (€20)
– Saturday Ticket (€12.50)
– Sunday Ticket (€12.50)
– Home Party Ticket (€50)
– Relive Ticket (€12.50)

You can see more info and purchase a ticket here.

When it comes to optimizing your experience, following the video below will ensure you experience the two days worth of music and activities the best possible way.


The event will officially kick off with Oliver Heldens and more when the countdown below finishes. For more information on set times, see here.

There will be two re-runs taking place for the Americas and the Asia Pacific. Customers in these regions will have the ability to experience the festival in a time more suited to their location. The schedule for these two re-runs is viewable here.

Tomorrowland’s online festival Around The World is now live, visit the Tomorrowland website to experience.
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