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Tomorrowland reveals its complete lineup of EDM artists

On May 10 Tomorrowland, the world’s biggest electronic dance music festival, revealed its full lineup of artists set to grace this year’s stages for its special 10-year anniversary extravaganza. With plans for being bigger than ever before, the festival decided to double its size in capacity this year welcoming 360,000 travelers from its 180,000 occupants last year. 2014 will mark a first for the festival with its expansion of an additional weekend in July for July 18-20 and July 25-27.

Tomorrowland's stages
Tomorrowland

The full line-up encompasses a range of artists with stages hosted by notable industry names and labels including: Dim Mak, Carl Cox and friends, Doorn Records, and Smash the House. Gracing Tomorrowland’s main-stage this year will be the biggest names in the industry including (listed alphabetically): Above & Beyond, Afrojack, Alesso, Armin van Burren, Avicii, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Diplo, Eric Prydz, Kaskade, Knife Party, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Skrillex, and Tiesto among many others.

The festival will be featuring a range of notable acts each day of its event that span an eclectic range of electronic genres on all twelve of its stages including both dub-step and trance. Artists on these stages include (listed alphabetically): Benny Bennassi, Bingo Players, Carl Cox, Carnage, Chainsmokers, Don Diablo, Dirtyphonics, DVBBS, Fedde le Grand, Firebeatz, Laidback Luke, Mak-J, Max Vangeli, Nero, Nicole Moudaber, Roger Sanchez, Sander van Doorn, Sidney Samson, Steve Aoki, and Tommy Trash to name a few.

To celebrate the festival’s 10th anniversary, Tomorrowland will be building an enormous art installation to symbolize the unity that Tomorrowland continues to bring to cultures and nationalities world-wide. Tomorrowland has become the United Nations of festivals with fans brandishing flags from countries around the world. In 2013 alone a reported 92 nationalities visited the festival to support Tomorrowland’s message of unification.

Fans can become an integral part of this history by creating a message that will be engraved in the bridge to be immortalized on Tomorrowland’s festival grounds forever. Each plank will fund the Human Right Watch Organization. For more information or to create a personal message, please visit PeopleofTomorrow.com.

For more information or to check-out the complete artist lineup, please visit Tomorrowland’s main webpage (Tomorrowland.com) or click on the featured image attached. For up-to-date announcements, fans can visit the following social media websites: Twitter - @Tomorrowland or Facebook.com/Tomorrowland