Known as The Baron Of Techno, a moniker given to him by the late BBC Radio DJ / journalist John Peel, Dave Clarke is all set for his stage at this weekend’s Tomorrowland Festival in Belgium. Joining him on his stage on Sunday 26 July will be Chris Liebing, Green Velvet, Paul Kalkbrenber and Pierre, who will take to the decks and bring a broad range of underground dance music to the Opera Stage. Entrusted with the second largest stage for a fourth year running, Dave will share his passion for techno to a sold out crowd of music fans from 220 different countries.
Dave Clarke: “I can't wait to come back to Belgium and host a stage at the world's most successful festival.”
This year over 400 artists will once again be appearing on the various colourful stages that have been constructed in the festival park De Schorre in Boom. For three whole days, 180,000 visitors will immerse themselves in the fairytale decor, gigantic dance valley, fireworks and some of the best DJs in the world.
The festival that started in 2005 as a one-day event already had its first edition on foreign soil in 2013: TomorrowWorld in Chattahoochee Hills (Atlanta, Georgia). 140,000 visitors found their
way to the site in the United States. The originally Belgian festival will once again be living The American Dream this year when the festival is held there for the third time on the last weekend
of September 2015.
Tomorrowland 2015 takes place this weekend, from 24 – 26 July and sold out in a few hours. More info here: www.tomorrowland.com