Wouter de Vink
By Wouter de Vink

Tomorrowland sees a wish coming true and can open the gates of the festival for no less than 3 weekends in 2022. The province of Antwerp has approved the request, which means that the Belgian festival may expand next year.

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With the expansion, Tomorrowland wants to compensate for two years without festivals. And the organization’s request has now been approved. “This is very good news,” Tomorrowland told the Belgian VRT. “We have not been able to organize Tomorrowland for two years. So we are very much looking forward to both the winter edition in France and the 3 summer weekends in Belgium.”

“The third weekend is exceptional and will therefore only be for 2022,” emphasizes Tomorrowland. In addition, some extra measures will be taken so that the neighborhood is less affected by the festival. As a result, the Dreamville campsite will close at midnight and Tomorrowland will no longer use helicopters that will fly over the site.

Tomorrowland may expand to 3 weekends: that would be 12 festival days (!) in 2022

Hardstyle has gained an increasing role at Tomorrowland in recent years. For example, Coone, Da Tweekaz and Mark With A K were the first harder styles artists to perform on the mainstage (one of the largest stages in the world) and Q-dance has its own stage every festival day. It is not yet known whether this will also be during the 3 festival weekends this summer.


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