TomorrowWorld returns for its second year in 2014. This is the American cousin of the legendary Tomorrowland. They share the same organisers, ID&T, so the quality is guaranteed. Some 140,000 people attended the festival of the course of 3 days, and 25,000 people camped in the Dreamville official camping area. Expect incredibly lavish stages, attention to detail and very liberal use of special effects, including pyrotechnics, lasers, animatronic elves, confetti being dropped from helicpoters, we could go on. As far as creating an incredible atmosphere through careful planning, TomorrowWorld is hard to beat. Think of it as a cross between Disneyland and a Rave.
Its remote location in the wooded Georgia hill country means that its a great place to unplug and get away, enjoy the nature and experience that special vibe of mutual love and respect. By the same token, be prepared to wear some comfortable walking shoes.
As far as music goes, expect the best of the best, those announced so far include: Avicii, Bassnectar, David Guetta, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Diplo, Kaskade, Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, Richie Hawtin, Skrillex, Steve Aoki, Tiesto, Zedd. Last year some 300 artists preformed over eight stages, and we can expect more of the same this year.