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Follow the magic of Tomorrowland Live via One World TV & One World Radio For 21 Days

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Only 1 more week to go before Tomorrowland makes its grand return, bringing three weekends of magic to Boom, Belgium for the first time! Pulling out all the stops to give people at home the chance to enjoy the iconic festival, One World TV & One World Radio will be streaming the magic of the 16th edition of Tomorrowland worldwide live for 21 days, from Friday July 15 till Thursday August 4, via tomorrowland.com and the Tomorrowland App.

During the festival weekends, One World TV will feature 3 different channels, broadcasting live from this year’s ‘The Reflection of Love’ Mainstage (channel 1) with artists like Alok, NERVO, Paul Kalkbrenner, Solomun, Vintage Culture and many more. Channel 2 will broadcast live from the Atmosphere stage (Chris Liebing, Joseph Capriati, Kevin De Vries) and Freedom stage (Claptone, Da Tweekaz), while channel 3 will give a look into the One World Radio studio, which is located on the festival grounds with a bunch of artists entering the studio non-stop for exclusive interviews and lots of other exciting stuff going on.

People who couldn’t make it to the festival will be able to enjoy magnificent performances from the world’s finest electronic artists.

From Monday until Thursday, between the three weekends, One World TV will feature one channel, counting down to the upcoming festival weekend and looking back at the previous one with a string of specials, artist interviews and recaps. Each day, viewers will be treated to a different stage host special, including specials about KNTXT, Afterlife, Diplo’s Higher Ground, Smash The House and more.

Save your bookmarks and mark your calendars now to start tuning in next Friday live from Belgium!

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