Tomorrowland Unite comes to Hyderabad

If you check any raver’s festival bucket list you’re most likely to find Tomorrowland mentioned in almost all of them. Every year over a million people register to get their hands on tickets to what is one of the biggest dance music festivals on earth with people from more nationalities participating than the Olympics itself but out of a million that register only a mere 180,000 are able to get their hands on the keys to this magical place. It’s not just tough to get your hands on tickets but making a trip to the holy grail of Dance music all the way to Boom in Belgium isn’t light on your wallet either and can set you back quite a lot.


Even though the festival sets up a live video stream on their website and radio besides the other 15 FM radio stations from all round the world, the makers of Tomorrowland wanted to take the livestream game one step further and came up with a brand new concept ‘Unite – The mirror to Tomorrowland’ last year that reshaped the whole festival experience. They achieved this by setting up a livestream from the Tomorrowland mainstage to Mexico city and Mumbai and back which turned out to be a huge success. So this year the makers of Tomorrowland have decided to take Unite to not just Mexico and India but also to Columbia, Germany, Israel, Japan and South Africa giving thousands more fans to experience Tomorrowland right from their own cities.

Ferriswheel Entertainment and Voila Events who have previously treated Hyderabad with Sensation earlier this year will now be treating the city of pearls to Tomorrowland’s Unite which will take place on the 23rd of July at Hyderabad’s very own Gachibowli Stadium giving fans in India to experience Unite once more on a much bigger scale. At the stroke of Midnight a live satellite link will be set up from Boom giving the people of Tomorrow in India a chance to experience the festival from over 10,000 km’s away which is Tomorrowland’s way of making the world a little bit smaller, so that people can come together for one memorable musical weekend.

Unite will kick off in Hyderabad with live sets by Lost Stories, Anish Sood, Kerani B2B Joshi and Candice Redding building up the atmosphere before full sets by Nicky Romero, Afrojack and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike are live streamed straight from the Tomorrowland mainstage.

Ferriswheel and Voila plan to bring the Tomorrowland experience to India not just by transforming Gachibowli Stadium with Tomorrowland decorations but will also feature a massive Tomorrowland themed stage complete with all the special effects and CO2 machines that will be synced with the Tomorrowland manstage all to give us an experience that will make us feel like we’re in the heart of the Tommorowland dancefloor.


The party kicks off at 8PM so be sure that you are there on time to catch our homegrown artists live onstage before all the madness live from the Tomorrowland mainstage itself. You can get your tickets and more info on the event HERE.


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