The final edition of United Through Music will feature exclusive performances by Claptone, Oliver Heldens as HI-LO, Fedde Le Grand and Henri PFR

The final edition of United Through Music will feature exclusive performances by Claptone, Oliver Heldens as HI-LO, Fedde Le Grand and Henri PFR

One last magical live show after reaching more than 90 million people from 156 different countries over the past seven weeks

Sunday, 24 May 2020 - After seven successful weeks of connecting the People of Tomorrow around the world and bringing unique live shows to millions of living rooms across the globe, Tomorrowland now announces the eighth and final edition of its popular livestream event ‘Tomorrowland Presents: United Through Music’. Broadcasting live for the last time on Tuesday May 26 from 15:00 CEST across FacebookYouTubeTwitchVK, One World Radio and (via video conferencing), four hours filled with magical sounds, brand-new mixes and exclusive live performances will be brought by four top-notch artists from their own homes: enigmatic and mythical German DJ & producer Claptone (live from Essen, Germany), young Dutch star Oliver Heldens who will be playing an exclusive set under his darker moniker and musical alias HI-LO (live from Rotterdam, Netherlands), Dutch powerhouse and one of the most defining figures in the fast-evolving genre of house music Fedde Le Grand (live from Breda, Netherlands) and one of the hottest Belgian artists of the moment Henri PFR (live from Brussels, Belgium) – hosted by One World Radio’s presenter Adam K (live from London).

With the unique live shows of United Through Music, Tomorrowland succeeded in uniting the People of Tomorrow across the globe through the power of music and brought a magical experience into millions of living rooms all over the planet by inviting four world class artists each week to spread good vibes and play exclusive live sets, each broadcasting live straight from their own homes. The worldwide success of Tomorrowland’s weekly United Through Music streams has reached more than 90 million viewers and listeners from 156 different countries throughout the past seven weeks, allowing the People of Tomorrow to interact and unite as one from the comfort of their own homes. 

Top 10 of countries with the most viewers
1. India
​2. Mexico
​3. Brazil
​4. Colombia
​5. France
​6. United States
​7. Spain
​8. Germany
​9. Belgium
​10. Peru

Catering to all genres each week, the festival always presented a daring and diverse lineup, gathering different musical styles and taking people on a four-hour musical journey – exactly what people around the world needed to get through these challenging times. The live broadcast brought the magic and unity of Tomorrowland into everyone’s living rooms, making it a truly magical experience with people of all ages and places uniting, connecting and spreading love through the power of music.

32 world class artists joined United Through Music

  • Adam Beyer & Ida Engberg: live from Ibiza, Spain
  • Afrojack: live from Dubai, UAE
  • Alesso: live from Los Angeles, USA
  • Anfisa Letyago: live from Naples, Italy
  • Bob Sinclar: live from Paris, France
  • Carl Cox: live from Melbourne, Australia
  • Claptone: live from Essen, Germany
  • Dimitri Vegas: live from Antwerp, Belgium
  • Dom Dolla: live from Melbourne, Australia
  • Don Diablo: live from Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Fedde Le Grand: live from Breda, Netherlands
  • Henri PFR: live from Brussels, Belgium
  • Kungs: live from Paris, France
  • Laidback Luke: live from New York, USA
  • Lost Frequencies: live from Brussels, Belgium
  • Martin Solveig: live from Paris, France
  • Michael Calfan: live from Paris, France
  • Mike Williams: live from Hilversum, Netherlands
  • MORTEN: live from Los Angeles, USA
  • Netsky: live from Antwerp, Belgium
  • Nora En Pure: live from Zurich, Switzerland
  • Nicky Romero: live from Veenendaal, Netherlands
  • Oliver Heldens as HI-LO: live from Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Paul van Dyk: live from Berlin, Germany
  • Ryan Marciano: live from Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Sam Feldt: live from Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Solardo: live from Manchester, UK
  • Steve Aoki: live from Las Vegas, USA
  • Sunnery James: live from Friesland, Netherlands
  • Vini Vici: live from Afula, Israel
  • Vintage Culture: live from Sao Paolo, Brazil
  • Yves V: live from Antwerp, Belgium

Having become a weekly highlight, Tomorrowland brought the party indoors again, connecting millions of people week after week through their unconditional love for music, even when not united physically. The magical live show gave viewers and listeners a glimpse into the lives of others from all corners of the world and each edition featured fans of all ages from around the globe on the livestream who logged in to join the broadcast via video conferencing, showing how connected and united as one large global community we truly are. As a worldwide community, Tomorrowland will continue to connect people by giving hope and looking forward to a bright future. Relive some of the previous United Through Music editions right here.

Tune in to the eighth and final edition of ‘Tomorrowland Presents: United Through Music’ and be part of the show on May 26 from 15:00 CEST on (via video conferencing) and One World Radio.

About Tomorrowland Belgium

Celebrating 20 years of Tomorrowland, Tomorrowland Belgium 2024 will take place across two weekends from July 19-21 and July 26-28. Set to open up a new world in the beautiful scenery of De Schorre in Boom in the summer of 2024, the festival’s new theme ‘LIFE’ is the prequel of the 2016 ‘Elixir of Life’ theme.

Tomorrowland is one of the largest and most iconic music festivals in the world held in recreation area De Schorre in Boom, Belgium, organized and owned by the original founders, the brothers Beers. Tomorrowland was first held in 2005 and has since become one of the world’s most notable global music festivals, where music and magic converge to create an unparalleled experience. It takes place every year in summer and stretches over 2 weekends, welcoming 400,000 People of Tomorrow from over 200 countries, and selling out in minutes year after year. Offering a unique camping experience with a wide range of accommodations, DreamVille is Tomorrowland’s official camping site located right next to the festival grounds, while people from every corner of the world can travel to Tomorrowland thanks to Global Journey, Tomorrowland's official travel program. Tomorrowland is located in a beautiful natural place: recreation area De Schorre in the town of Boom in Belgium. It is a true fairy tale world situated in beautiful natural surroundings with a strong eye for detail such as enchanting décor, magical stages, fascinating acts and peripheral animations, tasty and healthy food & drinks from around the world and spectacular fireworks – an unforgettable and incomparable show. Every year, the festival features a special theme that inspires the famed Mainstage design and stage production.

Tomorrowland caters to all genres in electronic dance music with hundreds of renowned artists performing across more than 16 different stages. More than a festival, Tomorrowland is a celebration of diversity and unity. Being a home to hundreds of thousands of people from all walks of life, one of the most unique things about Tomorrowland remains the whole world coming together in one magical place with everyone being equal and uniting as one – symbolizing the values of freedom, respect, diversity, and solidarity. 

Tomorrowland Belgium 2024
Weekend 1: Friday July 19 – Sunday July 21
Weekend 2: Friday July 26 – Sunday July 28
Boom, Belgium

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