Tomorrowland has released the full lineup for 2022, and it’s massive

The world’s leading dance music event is finally returning after two years of pandemic-related cancellations.

Tomorrowland Concert 2018

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After two years of pandemic-related cancellations, Tomorrowland 2022 is set to return with a bang. The beloved festival will feature three weekends – as opposed to two – of exciting performances as well as a massive lineup of 700 artists.

Notable names who are set to take the stage include Above & Beyond, Alan Walker, Alesso, Amelie Lens, Diplo, Lost Frequencies, Martin Garrix, Marshmello, Vintage Culture and many more.

Tomorrowland 2022 will also see the return of retired basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal, a.k.a. DJ Diesel, who went viral in 2019 after he was filmed moshing to bass music at Tomorrowland 2019.

In addition, Swedish icon Eric Prydz will be playing his highly-anticipated HOLO show after a four-year hiatus at the inaugural Creamfields South festival in June before heading to Belgium. Prydz previously played his massive Holosphere show during the first weekend of Tomorrowland 2019, though the set had to be cancelled during the second weekend due to stage damage.

The 16th edition of Tomorrowland will revolve around this year’s theme “The Reflection of Love”, and the event will take place on 15-17 July, 22-24 July and 29-31 July in its usual home in Boom, Belgium.

Check out the full lineup below or find out who is playing each day by checking out the interactive lineup. Pre-registration for passes and travel packages are available now via the Tomorrowland website. Those who already have a ticket that has been carried over from the cancellations of the last two years will not need to pre-register.


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