The largest electronic music festival in the world, Tomorrowland 2014 is finally here to take its visitors and viewers on a wild carousal of unrestrained revelry and mirth. This euphoric festival happens annually in the town of Boom, Belgium. This year, however, the organizers (ID&T) have promised to take the whole experience up a notch to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Tomorrowland. Institutionalised in 2005, Tomorrowland is not just a music festival but an embodiment of all the elements that constitute the massive cultural phenomenon that is EDM. Enchanting hundreds of millions of electronic music admirers from all over, it is usually held over the weekend. However, with the kind of lunacy and excitement ? with about 360,000 tickets sold out in an hour?s time with only a section of the line-up announced ? the concert is going to span two weekends for the first time; from 18th to 20th July and 25th to 27th July ?14, the line-up for both being more or less the same. TomorrowWorld, an American take on Tomorrowland has also gained immense prominence.
Image Credits: cdn.doandroidsdance.comWith a rich repertoire of internationally revered DJs such as Tiësto, Swedish House Mafia, Skrillex, Avicii, Armin van Buuren, David Guetta, Chuckie, Steve Aoki, Skazi, Hardwell, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Ferry Corsten, Marco Bailey, Nervo, Afrojack, Carl Cox, The Bloody Beetroots, Paul van Dyk, Fatboy Slim, Krewella, Dillon Francis, Bassnectar, and Benny Benassi, Tomorrowland finds its exclusivity. The performances take place on as many as 15 extravagant stages, and the audience are free to attend any concert they like. A dreamland of some sorts, DreamVille welcomes around 35,000 visitors of Tomorrowland. The unmistakable exuberance here is the result of high-spirited, undying enthusiasts coming from all over the world. Apart from the usual staples, they also have community centres, shops, eateries, and a warming-up party called ?The Gathering?. What more? Tomorrowland is building a legendary bridge to celebrate its 10th anniversary, which betokens its all-embracing, global culture, symbolic of this festival. Every individual can create a personalised message for the world which will be etched on the bridge and eternalised on the land of Tomorrowland. Music is truly a religion that blurs boundaries and brings people together. For those of you who cannot make it this year, you can watch the telecast of the festival online.